Nothing serious, just fun. But recognisable nevertheless. Nice work from Zulu Alpha Kilo.
Every office should have a couple of those don’t you think?
Just in case you want to surprise your friends with some funny typo, Chris Pirillo’s fUNICODE is making it all easy for you. Type in what you want and get immediate output in all kind of weird typos.
It was actually created as a Holidays greeting end of last year but stumbled upon it while cleaning up some files on my computer. ‘Think outside the box’ and find all clichés hidden in this picture. ‘Low hanging fruit’, ‘Mission critical’, ‘Drink the Kool-Aid’, … those are only a few examples. Enjoy! You can download it here.
And in case you have no idea what all this business jargon means? No stress, you can still unsuck it here.
Augmented reality is the new black, but only few people seem to be doing something really interesting with the concept of AR. I don’t really want to hold a white paper with a black mark on it in front of my laptop to get a 3D image of a car projected on it… or at least on screen that is. I could already see that same 3D car on my screen in the past without all the AR complications. Catch my drift? Do something different and fun like the example below, or make it useful like what Ray Ban did recently with their Virtual Mirror.
And if you do want to create some AR with cars, maybe make it some more like this ;)
[Via Helge Tenno]
Just a bit of Thursday morning fun, found this via someone on Facebook (forgot who – sorry for that). Did we ever notice how poorly designed the Star Wars universe really was? ;)
“Blasters. A tactical nightmare: They’re incredibly loud, especially for firing what are essentially light beams. The fire ordnance is so slow it can be dodged, and it comes out as a streak of light that reveals your position to your enemies. Let’s not even go near the idea of light beams being slow enough to dodge; that’s just something you have let go of, or risk insanity.”
The great thing about analogies is that when you place a certain situation into another context or circomstances it often helps to make things understandable. This video is doing a great job at that, showing something that is very common between clients and agencies today into a fresh context… have fun ;)