27.11.14 by Jeff

Momentum: Interactive Tool Generates Sound and Visuals Based on Body Movements

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Designers Schnellebuntebilder and Kling Klang Klong used a Microsoft Kinect 2 camera to create a tool that generates interesting sounds and visuals based on body movements. Found via our November Submissions. Watch the video below.

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09.01.14 by Jeff

Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared: 2

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The sequel we never knew we wanted. This short by Becky Sloan and Joseph Pelling is fantastic. The writing, the animations, the sets, everything, just brilliant. Ahhhh, I have to watch it again. It has the same vibes as the creepiest video on Youtube (cocka-doodly-doodly-doo).

If you watched the first episode “Don’t Hug Me I’m Scared” you know this is gonna get a little dark. Watch it below!

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12.10.09 by Jeff

It’s Nice That / Issue #2

For some time now, I’ve wanted to put out a print version of Booooooom. That dream officially died last week when It’s Nice That Issue #2 appeared at my door. This book is as good as it gets! Grab it while you can, cuz the last one sold out pretty quick. Peek inside, you’ll see why.

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01.06.09 by Jeff

Fly little kite fly!

My friend Shinead didn’t believe my $2 kite (from the greatest store EVER a.k.a. Daiso) would fly so we took it to Kitsilano to test it. I brought my little Golden Half camera to document the triumph/failure. As you can see, it flew magnificently a.k.a. Shinead is an idiot.

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11.07.08 by Jeff

Project #2 – Instructions!

Here we go again! Booooooom! Project #2! Draw with Light! There is a submission form at the end of this post. I will gather up submissions and create a gallery of your submitted work. Be sure to include your name, email, and website so other visitors can see who made what!

For this project you’ll need a flashlight or some other portable light source (cellphones work!) and a camera that has a manual shutter (the shutter needs to be able to open for at least a few seconds). Any SLR would be perfect and many point-&-shoot cameras have this ability. Read More