Frequency turns Internet channels into TV streaming on your computer.
Vizify turns Twitter streams into videos.
A touching YouTube video about the power of words.
Stop-motion video that goes into the history of typography.
Open standard media player for video, audio, HTML5, and flash.
Authro, a marketing site for self-published authors.
Red14Films creates book trailers.
The Magic of the Library – A Fun Presentation of The University of Bergen Library.
“…a method that takes a skinned mesh as input, then estimates a fabricatable single-material model that approximates the 3D kinematics of the corresponding virtual articulated character in a piecewise linear manner.”
Its proponents say it’s the next disruptive technology with the potential to significantly change the landscape of a number of industries. Peter Marsh, manufacturing editor, talks to one such supporter – Abe Reichental, chief executive of US-based 3D Systems – to find out how 3D printing works and how big …
Pulp-Based Computing is a framework for building computers out of paper by embedding electro-active inks, conductive threads and smart materials directly into paper during the papermaking process
Pu Gong Ying Tu is an interactive painting of a dandelion field. When you blow on the white puffs, the seeds disperse and generate new flowers. These flowers begin as yellow dandelions, but after a few moments bloom into responsive white seed puffs.
Shindig, a new service that authors can use to do virtual book tours.
Record videos, edit them, and turn them into webinars to sell more books.
Get targeted YouTube views for your book trailer or other videos related to your latest books.