The world without play is a world without purpose. I realised at the beginning of the millennium that I could change the way advertising works by using the power of play. Advertising had become dull and the Internet was a new frontier but as there was so much stuff to look at, it became too…
We’ve all been talking about the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch lately, but the iPad has also been making headlines this week as a makeshift virtual reality headset. This got us thinking about all the weird and wonderful ways in which iPad’s can now be used…
We’ve all heard about the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch, but the question on everyone’s lips today has been ‘what do the digital pioneers over at Matmi think?!’ Well, we’d hate to leave you hanging…
It’s been over a year and a half since Samsung briefly (and from a distance) showed off theYoum, a prototype of a smartphone with a curved display that wrapped around the right-hand side.
High street fashion retailer Zara has announced that they will be using RFID tags to track every item of clothing in their store. What does this mean for the high street?
Let’s start by stating the obvious; the internet is the most amazing advancement in humanity in the past 100 years. How amazing to have a fountain of all knowledge at your fingertips! It’s changed the way we work and live forever.
A three-dimensional object captured with iPhone app Seene, available today, is hardly the stuff of a James Cameron movie — but is nevertheless incredibly impressive. With less than 30 seconds of setup after installing the app, you can record and manipulate an object in real-time, and in 3D. It’s like iOS 7 parallax gone wild.
My 90 year old grandmother tries the Oculus Rift. We were using the Tuscany demo.
What brands need to know about game design, Brands are increasingly harnessing the power of video games, but what do they need to know about designing them, asks Pete Low, lead game designer at Chunk.Games have never been more culturally relevant or economically powerful; smartphones mean most of us have access to hundreds of games in our pockets, as well as on console and PC.
Richmond in London becomes the first area to embrace the payments technology. Cafés, restaurants, shops, and a hotel are among the businesses to embrace the eBay-owned company’s mobile technology and offer customers more personal transactions.