A troupe of 16 quadrotors (flying robots) dance to and manipulate sound and light at the Saacthi & Saatchi
New Directors’ Showcase 2012.
Credits: Event concept created by Jonathan Santana & Xander Smith, Saatchi & Saatchi
Producer: Juliette Larthe firstname.lastname@example.org
Show Directors: Marshmallow Laser Feast Memo Akten, Robin McNicholas, Barney Steel http://www.marshmallowlaserfeast.com
Quadrotor Design & Development: KMel Robotics http://kmelrobotics.com
Sound Design: Oneohtrix Point Never http://pointnever.com
Production Supervisor: Holly Restieaux
Marshmallow Laser Feast team Raffael Ziegler, Rob Pybus, Devin Matthews, James Medcraft
Typography & Design: Farrow Design http://www.farrowdesign.com
Set Design: Sam & Arthur http://www.samandarthur.com
Thanks to Vicon for the tracking system and also to Francois Wunshcel, Johnny Milmer, Andreas Muller, Marek Bereza, Erik Sjodin and the openFrameworks community.
The New Directors’ Showcase 2012 Brought to you by Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide saatchi.com
Filmed by: James Medcraft, Sandra Ciampone,Mike Tombeur
A pica (pronounced /ˈpaɪkə/) is a typographic unit of measure corresponding to 1/72 of its respective foot, and therefore to 1/6 of an inch. The pica contains 12 point units of measure.
The Zune and Windows Phone brought a new User Interface (UI) design to the mobile world called Metro UI.
Not only in Windows Phone or Windows applications we see the rise of this new Metro UI style, even websites are adopting them.
Today even Microsoft launched the redesigned microsoft.com website.
(The application itself is also a great example of a Windows application with a Metro UI)
(if you sign in/up, on the website)
I hope this gives you some design inspiration 😉
Update 2012-06-13: added some other sites
Update 2010-08-02: added some other sites