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Elizabeth Dourley — Jan 10, 2014
The Ghostbox is a prototype conceived by the creative studio Leviathan who sought a way to forge a connection between people and clients' products.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Aug 3, 2012
Among my many vices is the need to know.... EVERYTHING. I think this is why the Casio Monkeybook appealed to me the minute I saw this video. Designed in the shape of a book, this is an interactive multi-touch presentation system that incorporates a Casio lamp free projector. Of course using the Casio LED/hybrid projector makes perfect sense when you think of how many hours a day the projector will be used in a digital signage application. The expense of projector replacement lamps has always been an issue and Casio has met that head on.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jun 4, 2012
I've always appreciated the way Microvison goes about the business of marketing their laser pico projectors. They understand that by geting their projectors into the right hands those hands can make magic and increase awareness and appreciation for their projectors like nothing they could have done on their own. One example of this is the short film "The Speed of Light" which is becoming a viral hit as I write.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jun 29, 2011
I first read about this on Ubergizmo but searched for a video so I could show it in action. Inamo, a London restaurant uses projectors above every table to display an interactive menu.more
Elizabeth Dourley — Jun 8, 2011
I'm drawing atention to this video for the technical merits of the projection mapping. It was made in London in support of the launch of the Toyota Auris with Hybrid Synergy Drive. In the next post you'll actually get a quick education about the projection mapping process used for for the campaign including the incorporation of seven projectors, 28,000,000 pixels and 100,000 lumens.
Elizabeth Dourley — May 25, 2011
Even though I live on an island in the Puget Sound, riding my bike around here can be a lot more treacherous than it ever was when I rode in the city. We don't have a lot of bike lanes and I often get the feeling some car drivers see non-motorized road users as nothing more than annoyances hindering them from reaching their destination.more