Archive for April, 2011
Tim Kindberg of matter 2 media and interactive storyteller Rik Lander are collaborating on touch technologies including NFC/RFID and QR. The Technology Strategy Board has awarded us a grant to develop touch into a platform for creative applications.
So, you’ve tried ‘checking in’ to places. Now touch something. A simple touch can unleash mobile & embedded experiences and, if you want, ripple into social media.
It’s a touch thing.
Watch this space.
Featured Posts ~
- Nth Bird
Matter2media’s Nth Screen technology recently featured at Encounters Film Festival, in the form of Hazel Grian’s film Nth Bird. In this post all three people involved describe the experience: Tim Kindberg of matter2media.com, Charlotte Crofts of UWE and Hazel Grian herself.
- The Nth Screen
A platform for films as an audiovisual experience synchronised across participants’ mobile phones and tablets — and whatever other screens happen to be around.
- British Council’s Culture Shift II Kenya
matter2media’s Tim Kindberg ran Culture Shift II Kenya for the British Council in Nairobi, a four-day creative sprint on the theme of the digital moving image. See his blog post for more about this high-energy creative event.
- It’s the Skin You’re Living In
Fevered Sleep’s It’s the Skin You’re Living In, a multi-format film project that explores and challenges images of climate change, is currently on tour in the UK. It features matter2media’s Android app for playing synchronised videos across an installation of mobile phones.
- Coming soon – VideoSync
VideoSync, an app for running synchronised videos across multiple mobile phones
- Magna Mysteria
Mercurial Wrestler’s Magna Mysteria brought magic to Bristol’s Mayfest in 2012.
- Fortnight in Manchester
Proto-type Theater’s Fortnight project took place in Manchester in April.
- Hello Round World
roundness.org — a site for devotees of media and things that are either round-framed, viewed in the round, or both.
- Heads video
A new video of Heads, our multiscreen animation, in action at The Public.
- Poetry in Motion
matter 2 media’s Krstl meets the world of poetry