Design by Estudio Guto these new headquarters are the new Brazil office space of D3. D3 is a digital production company that helps publicity agencies created interactive experiences. The office is located in São Paulo, and it was important for the company, who is clearly in the creative industries, to have an office space which not only reflected their creativity but also nourished it.
“The rustic treatment of the basic structure is partially covered by the woodworks, carefully designed in order to create different visual effects …every corner of the space instigates the visitors’ eyes to different angles, textures, colors and lighting patterns. Three kinds of wood and different shades of blues, greens and purples were used for the chromatic identity of the space.”
[via OfficeSnapshots/ Photos by Fran Parente]
ART+COM is a group of designers that specialise in creating spaces that integrate new media. They have taken what are usually abstract concepts, and brought them into reality at the digital media exhibition located in Volkswagen’s communications platform in Denmark. The pictures are from the area “Level Green: The Concept of Sustainability”, where visitors can learn about climate change and the various consequences it may have. J. Mayer H. designed the centre, his aim being to allow visitors to engage actively in gaining information not only about the concept, but also about how they can put such notions into play within their own day-to-day lives. Perhaps the most impressive features of this centre are the interactive media walls which encourage user interaction by giving access to data via playful touching.
More projector madness, this time a wall display created for the office of Büro Hirzberger using vvvv, a real time video toolkit and a digital projector to create a full motion digital wallpaper that’s pretty darn mesmerizing (video below). How we’d love something like this going up our ho-hum stairway wall…
The Moleskine remains one of the most revered brands and products for the simple fact that the little bound drawing pads are infinitely helpful in a wide variety of situations. And they don’t require a 3G network nor battery supply, input is proven to be perfect (well, near perfect, depending upon your penmanship) and easy to customize, and accessing pages via its GUI trumps any gesture based system. But how to get your information from your computer, cell or webpage over into your old school information Moleskine unit?
Moleskine is now offering a free option to print images, text and contacts using their MSK Wizard and Contacts services. Title your page, upload any images, choose an alignment and the style of Moleskine the pages will be added to and then print out at home. Or transfer all your contacts from Outook, Plaxo or your phone and print them out in your Moleskine using a similar Contacts option.
These elegant portable drives are simple to use, light and easy to carry, and require no power adapter — they are powered directly through the USB cable. Works with Windows® and Mac®. Synchronize files between home and office and encrypt everything on the drive for added security.
- Sleek and colorful – This beautiful portable drive, available in eleven eye-catching colors, is light and easy to carry and fits smoothly in your hand or pocket.
- USB powered – Powered directly from the USB port on your PC. No separate power supply is needed.
- Synchronized and secure – Plug My Passport into any PC, edit files, read e-mail, and view photos. Then sync all of your changes back to your home or office computer. Your data is protected with 128-bit encryption.
Revolutionising digital input, the Emotiv wireless headset detects brain waves to enable true mind-control for intuitive and expressive software and gaming use. The potential is staggering. Prototypes allow facial expressions, body language, and movement to have direct control over computer functions and processes.