1. Peek into the future.
A documentary exploration of new media creativity, Clouds uses new 3D technology to share interviews in a videogame-like environment.
Presented as a database of tagged interviews, viewers can navigate through the project in every direction by simply typing in a question or search term. This future-minded portrait of the digital arts community is our Project of the Day.

    Peek into the future.

    A documentary exploration of new media creativity, Clouds uses new 3D technology to share interviews in a videogame-like environment.

    Presented as a database of tagged interviews, viewers can navigate through the project in every direction by simply typing in a question or search term. This future-minded portrait of the digital arts community is our Project of the Day.

  2. When their powers combine.

    Sportsfriends is a compendium of four hilarious and addictive multiplayer games designed to be played by a group of screaming strangers together in the same room.

    Both forward-thinking interactive experiments and endlessly re-playable fun, all four of these clever games have been deployed at festivals, shared at parties  and even installed in the middle of a Danish street. But with zero interest from the publishing industry in a local multiplayer experience, the developers have combined efforts to launch a Kickstarter project.

    Ready to click, jiggle, vault, and QWOP? Take a look at the campaign and become a sportsfriend, too.

  3. Tracks of my tears
This past summer, for reasons that need not be named, two best friends found themselves crying in public places.
This tearful duo may have made a public spectacle, but the experience served as inspiration for a tongue-in-cheek essay dubbed Acceptable Reasons to Cry in Public. Satirical in tone, but utterly sincere in intent, the co-authors felt it was a natural next step to make their words as public as the misty meltdown.
Together, they’re printing the piece as a series of broadsheet, letter-pressed posters. Backers are encouraged to post three copies in public spaces of their choosing, keeping one for themselves. Meanwhile, we’re posting the as our Project of the Day. Sniff.

    Tracks of my tears

    This past summer, for reasons that need not be named, two best friends found themselves crying in public places.

    This tearful duo may have made a public spectacle, but the experience served as inspiration for a tongue-in-cheek essay dubbed Acceptable Reasons to Cry in Public. Satirical in tone, but utterly sincere in intent, the co-authors felt it was a natural next step to make their words as public as the misty meltdown.

    Together, they’re printing the piece as a series of broadsheet, letter-pressed posters. Backers are encouraged to post three copies in public spaces of their choosing, keeping one for themselves. Meanwhile, we’re posting the as our Project of the Day. Sniff.