Conceived at the closing party of the last Polaroid factory, The Impossible Project completely re-invented the process of creating instant film specifically for Polaroid cameras. A daunting task for sure, but one that they’ve been at since 2008.
A great example of convincing visual storytelling and data journalism
This is an impressive data driven story about airbnb accommodations in Berlin and its correlations with the local real estate market, rents and affordable housing.
Die Mieten in Berlin steigen. Das hat viele Gründe. »Sharing Economy« Portale wie Airbnb locken Touristen und sind ein lohnenswertes Geschäft. Tragen sie eine Mitschuld an der Verknappung von bezahlbarem Wohnraum? Die Diskussion ist in vollem Gange und die Meinungen sind polarisiert. Doch wer hat Recht? Ein Blick auf die Daten verrät mehr.
It is a student project at FH Potsdam within the course “From Reading to Exploring” at the design faculty. The students composed a great article with lots of interactions, high information density and context around facts like local hotspots, average rents, networks and correlations with the hotel industry etc.
As you know, a Music Man Luke III is what I wanted. Well, since there is absolutely no reason what so ever to justify an investment like that (since I clearly lack any kind of skill) – this is what I’ve got:
To match the somewhat low budget investment, I decided to skip any fancy interface or multi effect as well and got an AmpliTube iRig for just 18 €. It’s an ok quality guitar/bass interface for iOS and works with the IK Multimedia apps as well as many others. You can also use the interface with your Mac, so it’s quite versatile for the money and surely a cheap place to start.
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If you are interested in some of the features of the upcoming Apple Watch, take a look at this demo by Pipes News. They show off push notifications, glances, some system apps and let you try the Digital Crown… Also, they let you upload your logo, so you can see what your brand or app will look like on the Apple Watch.