Posts Categorized: Art

Snapchat Now Lets Everyone Pay To Design Geofilters

February 22, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Art, Branding, Cellphone, Collaboration, Community, Interaction, iPhone, Mobile, Monetization, Photography, Social Media, Technology

Today Snapchat has unveiled its newest form of revenue stream in the form of on-demand geo-filters. In addition to the two types of geo-filters already offered – community and sponsored – these new types of filters are designed and created by the users themselves. Anyone with a bit of design savvy can pay Snapchat to distribute… Read more »

Samsung helped create these new smart shoes

February 15, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Apps, Best Practices, Branding, Collaboration, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Equipment, Fashion, Participation, Sports, Start-Ups, Technology

Ever wish your shoes could give you feedback on your game? Well now that might be a soon reality. A startup company named Salted Venture, with the help of Samsung, developed shoes that can coach you on how to improve your golf swing. They are being called lofit, and are the new look of Smart Shoes…. Read more »

You Can Print Out Your Gifs Now – with Ubersnap

February 12, 2016   |   filed under Apps, Art, Cellphone, Collaboration, Community, Fashion, Filmmaking, Instagram, iOS, iPhone, Mobile, New Media, Participation, Products, Social Media, Social Video, Technology, Uncategorized, Vine

In a startling move towards the world of Harry Potter and moving photos, an iPhone app named Ubersnap, has recently unveiled its latest program to let users upload and design gifs on their phone and then print them. In addition to this you can also apply your preferred Instagram-esque features to make sure the photo is… Read more »

Curioos Opens Up Marketplace For Its Digital Art Platform

February 4, 2016   |   filed under Art, Community, Interaction, New Media, Products, Start-Ups, Technology

Up until now Curioos, the New York-based startup, has restricted access to its platform by selecting the best artists. Not anyone could sell art prints on Curioos as the company only wanted the best of the best. However, today we learned that they are switching to a marketplace approach, meaning new artists can submit their work,… Read more »

Star Wars IX Will Be Shot On Film

January 29, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Docucomedy, Documentary, Equipment, Fashion, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Installation, Interaction, Large Scale Art Installations, Movie, Music, New Media, Participation, Photography, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Reviews, Short Film, Space, Sundance, Technology, Uncategorized, Video, Virtual Reality

Star Wars IX will be shot on film because using digital would be anachronistic. Colin Trevorrow, the director of Star Wars: Episode IX, say he wants to shoot the 2019 movie using real film not digital cameras. And why? Because using digital would be anachronistic. “I could never shoot Star Wars on anything but [film] because it’s… Read more »

Super Bowl Sunday Is Little Over A Week Away… Cue The Tech Advertising Campaigns.

January 27, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Disruption, Docucomedy, Documentary, Ebooks, Education, Gesture Control

Tech companies are ready to make the most from one of the biggest sporting events in the world, the Super Bowl. That includes Amazon, which will air its first-ever Big Game commercial during the 50th edition of the NFL’s main event. The ad’s teaser focuses on the Echo speaker and Alexa, the retailer’s virtual assistant,… Read more »

Brand New Music Series To Debut on AXSTV This Sunday

January 22, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Branding, Broadcast, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Documentary, Equipment, Facebook, Fashion, Festivals, Filmmaking, Large Scale Art Installations, Press Release, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Reviews, Virtual Reality, YouTube

Brand new live music series called “Breaking Band” is set to premiere this coming Sunday (Jan. 24) on AXSTV.  The music series will have an incredible rockstar line up, including names like Dave Navarro, Moby and Sebastian Bach, whom will give bands a chance to not only receive mentorship but a possibility to perform live,… Read more »

IBM’s Watson Now Powers AI For Under Armour

January 7, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Best Practices, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Cellphone, Change, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Education, Equipment, Fashion, Follow-up, Game, Gesture Control, History, Interaction, iOS, iPad, Journalist, LG, Monetization, Music, New Media, Panel, Participation, Photography, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Reviews, Science, Search, Shopping, Social Change, Social Media, Social Video, Sports, Technology, Uncategorized, Video, Video Games, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality

Today at CES, IBM CEO Ginny Rometty unveiled strategic partnerships with sportswear maker Under Armour, Softbank Robotics’ Pepper and more, which are using Watson’s machine learning algorithms and AI to run intelligent and more personalized apps and other services.  Under Armour says that it will use Watson in its fitness and health apps. A new version of its Record app… Read more »

This Just In…Turntables Are Back..

January 6, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Cellphone, Collaboration, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Equipment, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Music, New Media, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Shopping, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Social Video

This just in…turntables are making a comeback…and with a vengeance. For more than a few years, vinyl, has been steadily increasing in sales causing throwback turntables to re-emerge into the marketplace as modern audiophile models.  Although with most equipment the look is still somewhat the same, the DJ era has certainly not only re-vitalized a new… Read more »

Activision Buys Major League Gaming to Broaden Role in E-Sports

January 5, 2016   |   filed under Advertising, Android, Anticipatory Computing, Apps, Art, Audio, Best Practices, Books, Branding, Broadcast, Camera Drone, Cellphone, Change, Collaboration, Comedy, Community, Competition, Concerts, Conversation, Cross-Platform, Crowdsourcing, Culture, Digital Youth Network, Disruption, Ebooks, Education, Equipment, Facebook, Festivals, Filmmaking, Follow-up, Game, Gesture Control, Gigapixel, Google, Hacking, History, Home, Instagram, Installation, Interaction, iOS, iPad, iPhone, Journalist, Live Stream, Mobile, Monetization, Movie, Music, New Media, New York City, Panel, Panorama, Participation, periscope, Photography, Politics, Press Release, Products, Remix Culture, Remix Culture, Reviews, Russia, Science, Search, Second Screen, Shopping, Short Film, Social Change, Social Media, Social TV, Social Video, Space, Sports, Start-Ups, Streaming, Technology, Telephone, Television, Transportation, Tumblr, Twitter, UFO, Uncategorized, Video, Video Games, Vine, Virtual Reality, Virtual Reality, Voice Control, WiFi, World Record, YouTube

  “I have a simple vision for this,” Mr. Kotick said in a phone interview. “I want to build the ESPN of video games.” Nick Wingfield, a writer from The New York Times reported that Activision Blizzard, the publisher of Call of Duty and other hit video game franchises, has acquired the assets of Major League… Read more »