Posts tagged ‘technology’

Best Work of 2012 Goes To…drum roll please…wait for it

After careful review and consideration, pouring over hours of portfolio items from 2012, we have come to a consensus (in a landslide) that the Florida’s Space Coast:  America’s High Tech Titan brochure is the best of the year.  This work,… Continue reading…

This Exquisite Forest

This Exquisite Forest is an web-based collaborative art project that lets users create short animations that build off one another by following a few minimal guidelines. The result is a collection of branching narratives resembling trees. Visitors can not only watch the animations, but also contribute to the project, which will eventually be installed… Continue reading…

USC School of Cinematic Arts and brandt ronat Captures Moving Images Using Same Gear

brandt ronat + company is proud of the quality work that we create for our clients, and since purchasing the Sony EX-1 video camera we have been able to capture and produce video at a very high level. To give you an independent look at the work this camera can do, we wanted to share… Continue reading…

Get that unpublished book out of the drawer

HERE’S A WEBSITE THAT IS ATTEMPTING TO HOOK UP READERS WITH WRITERS. It’s called SCRIBd.com and if you want to see how your writing is received by potential readers, here’s your chance. Here’s the significance (IMHO): —Trying to do for text what YouTube did for video. —Another example of how the distribution of information is… Continue reading…

This company wants to change the way you look at cars.

I READ ABOUT THIS COMPANY IN WIRED MAGAZINE. HOW ARE THEY DIFFERENT? THEY DON’T WANT TO SELL YOU AN ELECTRIC CAR. THEY WANT TO SELL YOU MILES. The company is called Better Place and their plan is to put in an infrastructure of stations where you can swap out your battery if you are on… Continue reading…

Most def! Hi-def Holograms

WHEN I WAS AROUND SEVEN YEARS OLD, I clearly remember telling my mom how cool it would be if TV was projected into our living room with a total 3-D viewing of the entire scene. I mean, how true to life could it be, the experience itself, to have actual size actors standing there in… Continue reading…

Comics that Communicate

DO PICTURES REALLY COMMUNICATE BETTER? For hundreds of new Chrome users, the answer is a resounding ‘yes’. Google released its new web browser ‘Chrome’ last week, complete with a comic book to illustrate the launch. http://www.google.com/googlebooks/chrome/index.html Being married to an engineer, I have a special soft spot in my heart for the more technically… Continue reading…

Content Management Systems: Making Website Updates Enjoyable

A BUSINESS’ WEB SITE IS OFTEN THEIR INITIAL POINT OF CONTACT WITH NEW CUSTOMERS. For this reason, it is vital for the site to be continuously up to date with useful information. As anyone who has ever tried to maintain a website knows, this is not as easy as it sounds. Many times, website updates… Continue reading…

 
Skip to toolbar