navigaya

Navigaya

Navigaya is interesting to say the least. It appears to be a browser (inside your browser!) based in Flash. You can view their selected news items or search multiple search engines, all the while with a music video playing in the background. Websites actually open within the application which is really well put together. I’m not sure how useful it is but it sure is pretty.

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daytum

Daytum

Ever wanted to track some data from your everyday life? Perhaps, perhaps not, but if you do then Daytum is the app to help you do it. Via it’s beautiful layout you can track and graph progress in your daily life in a variety of ways. (via It’s Nice That)

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0100101110101101

0100101110101101.org

0100101110101101.org is the home of digital rebels Eva and Franco Mattes. Creating compelling digital and physical art since 1998 these two seek to obtain ‘the largest visibility with minimal effort’. Their projects include internet collages, fake artists and a computer virus to name a few. I really enjoy their shock tactics and also the convergence / blurred reality between online and physical life.

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taiwa-hensokuki

Taiwa-Hensokuki

Taiwa-Hensokuki is an installation by Yuko Mohri, where two IBM notebooks ‘converse’ with each other with speech synthesis and speech recognition software. As they continue in this process the original message becomes transformed and distorted (perhaps in the same way as in a game of Chinese whispers).

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pimp-my-logo

Pimp My Logo

Pimp My Logo is an awesome motion graphics initiative by Tom Hemeryk. You send in your logo in vector format and Tom will pimp it into a 2 or 3 second motion ident. Some of these idents are absolutely amazing and wouldn’t look out of place on bradcast television.

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1kilo

1kilo

This installation by German design firm 1kilo definitely looks interesting. I couldn’t find a complete description of what it’s purpose is, but you can find a translated version of the page here.

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minimaform

Minimaforms

Minimaforms are and architecture and design form who build experimental and ephemeral structures designed to engage and experiment. Shown above is a still from their ‘smoke signals’ installation which explores the dynamics of smoke and light integrated with todays SMS technology.

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collabfinder

Collabfinder

Here’s an idea that’s long overdue. Collabfinder is a website that helps you easily find other like minded people to collaborate on that idea/project you’ve had on the backburner for so long.

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humus

Humus

Humus is a long standing e-zine showcasing some great work in the fields of art, design, motion, illustration, literature, photography and more. Currently at issue 12 it’s definitely worth checking out for a rather interesting diversion.

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art-from-code

Art From Code

In a similar vein to Subblue, Art From Code has some wonderful examples of the beauty of generative art.

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