Funded by a Kickstarter project, font designers Jeremy Dooley and Robbie de Villiers and graphic designer DJ Trischler created 'Chatype' for the city of Chattanooga.
Their goal is to reflect the character of Chattanooga and get folks excited about the city while celebrating “ingenuity and innovation.”
Branding a city with a specified font is akin to creating a flag they say, just this one will get seen a lot more.
Busted your augmented reality cherry yet?
It's really pretty simple. Click here for the Tissot watch demo:
Select your PC or Mac.
Click on 'Men's' or 'Women's' watches.
Print out the PDF.
Cut out the watch (you remember, like in kindergaarten.)
Tape it on your wrist.
Download the file.
Turn on your webcam and start the software.
Hold your wrist in front of the webcam. Your 3D watch will appear. Cool huh?
“Insanely great it is not” - Marketwatch.
All this they said about iPad 1, the fastest-selling gadget in the history of electronics.
Say hello to iPad 2.
Yup, never trust an expert.
I'm not a huge fan of Walmart (the Walton family's net worth being equal to that of the bottom 100 million Americans...combined), but I know why they're in business.
I just bought this sweet Ocean Pacific Cruiser for $99.
And the shipping?
Heck, the lock and chain cost more than the bike!
As my friend George likes to say, that's ricdiculous.
(And in case you're wondering, Household Name does not accept payment, gifts, or sponsors.)
The perfect example of elimination and combination to create a new idea is the new $38 Gator Combo Axe II.
with a saw in the handle. Blissfully simple.
No, I don't need an axe, but I'm going to have to buy one just to support such a great design idea.
Great creativity often arises from playfulness, and so we love the creative mind of Dominic Wilcox and his sketchbook thoughts, ideas, and inventions all collected on VariationsOnNormal.
Above, a device that aims to help those who are at odds with each other make a first step toward reconciliation.
Here's an idea: Let's treat the web window as a creative opportunity to be explored and not just a place to sell crap stuff.
You will enjoy the single serving web pages created by digital artist Rafael Rozendall.
Thank you Rafael.