The Tap Duel – an iPad projection experiment

Here's a little piece I did together with Luciano Maiwald. Luciano and I are working in a team on the same software-project at the moment. He also does tap dance in his spare time, so we came up with the idea of a joint dance. Only I would use the iPad and a projector for my part.

I used procreate to sketch a very simple stick figure and moved the result then into Plastic Animation Studio. That app let's you rig objects and do simple time-line based animation. Next I transferred the results into vidibox and we added some live sounds. Here's the result as a proof of concept. Once more thanks to the mindmatters for letting us use their space, and to Chris for shooting the videos!

transitmaps: Infographic: Crocheting in the Subways of Hamburg…



transitmaps:

Infographic: Crocheting in the Subways of Hamburg by Lana Bragina

Now this I love!

Every time that Lana travelled on Hamburg’s S-Bahn or U-Bahn, she would pass the time by crocheting this neat little bangle. The fun part is that she would only use thread that was the colour of the line that she was riding on at the time: green thread for the S1, yellow for U3, etc.

The really extra fun part is that she also made this super nifty infographic that explains the whole thing in a very visual way: the dates that each trip was made on, which stations she rode between and how long (in minutes) that trip took, even little “work in progress” photos of the bracelet after each trip. And then the whole thing is tied into a simple little diagramof “Lana’s Subway” as well. That the whole infographic looks like thick skeins of thread draped across the page is just the icing on the cake. Perfect and wonderful.

Source: ulaniulani/Flickr

merci :)

transitmaps: Infographic: Crocheting in the Subways of Hamburg…



transitmaps:

Infographic: Crocheting in the Subways of Hamburg by Lana Bragina

Now this I love!

Every time that Lana travelled on Hamburg’s S-Bahn or U-Bahn, she would pass the time by crocheting this neat little bangle. The fun part is that she would only use thread that was the colour of the line that she was riding on at the time: green thread for the S1, yellow for U3, etc.

The really extra fun part is that she also made this super nifty infographic that explains the whole thing in a very visual way: the dates that each trip was made on, which stations she rode between and how long (in minutes) that trip took, even little “work in progress” photos of the bracelet after each trip. And then the whole thing is tied into a simple little diagramof “Lana’s Subway” as well. That the whole infographic looks like thick skeins of thread draped across the page is just the icing on the cake. Perfect and wonderful.

Source: ulaniulani/Flickr

merci :)