Project Tango: The Journey (Director’s Cut)


Lead by Johnny Chung Lee, Project Tango took a fairly unorthodox approach to the development of this new technology. Rather than complete secrecy, Google engineers collaborated with research labs and academia, developing both the software as well as the current incarnation of the project - the Tango Tablet.
This film is a tribute to all the amazing minds involved in making Tango a reality. It documents the amazing journey of computer vision and 3D sensing that led to today's ability to contain all these amazing technologies in a user-oriented mobile device.

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WeAreData by BETC Paris & Ubisoft


WeAreData website highlights the amount of data already freely available online by letting you fly around three European cities: London, Paris and Berlin, exploring layers upon layers of live information dug up from public databases. You can read geo-tagged tweets and instagrams, view mobile phones and see what network they operate on, monitor traffic lights and the movement of public transit, etc. etc.

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Nexus 7: Android Multiuser


I've been asked to create a short vignette showcasing the multiuser capacity of Android operating system that would live on the Nexus 7 web page. I decided to abstract the concept of multiple users sharing the device and build a video around the practical split-screen composition.

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Google: Nexus Playground


For the 2012 launch of the new Nexus family of devices, we imagined a playful world of Google services interacting around a stack of devices. Following the success of the first Nexus Playground video, we were then asked to create a series of sequels, each talking about a particular type of experience Nexus can provide to its users. The films below were originally published inside rich media banners, as a part of Google's 2012/2013 Nexus: The Playground is Open campaign.

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Project Tango: The Journey (Director’s Cut)


Lead by Johnny Chung Lee, Project Tango took a fairly unorthodox approach to the development of this new technology. Rather than complete secrecy, Google engineers collaborated with research labs and academia, developing both the software as well as the current incarnation of the project - the Tango Tablet.
This film is a tribute to all the amazing minds involved in making Tango a reality. It documents the amazing journey of computer vision and 3D sensing that led to today's ability to contain all these amazing technologies in a user-oriented mobile device.

Read More


Likes0 Comments3 Minutes

WeAreData by BETC Paris & Ubisoft


WeAreData website highlights the amount of data already freely available online by letting you fly around three European cities: London, Paris and Berlin, exploring layers upon layers of live information dug up from public databases. You can read geo-tagged tweets and instagrams, view mobile phones and see what network they operate on, monitor traffic lights and the movement of public transit, etc. etc.

Read More


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Nexus 7: Android Multiuser


I've been asked to create a short vignette showcasing the multiuser capacity of Android operating system that would live on the Nexus 7 web page. I decided to abstract the concept of multiple users sharing the device and build a video around the practical split-screen composition.

Read More


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Google: Nexus Playground


For the 2012 launch of the new Nexus family of devices, we imagined a playful world of Google services interacting around a stack of devices. Following the success of the first Nexus Playground video, we were then asked to create a series of sequels, each talking about a particular type of experience Nexus can provide to its users. The films below were originally published inside rich media banners, as a part of Google's 2012/2013 Nexus: The Playground is Open campaign.

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