Just as we did a year ago, I'm kicking off 2014 with a list of design trends I expect to gain ground over the next twelve months. The world of interactive design is an extreme fluid in terms of what's determined as a staple of good design from year to year.
If you watched Thor: The Dark World, you surely remember the epic sequence that kicked off the movie. The opening battle did a great job in setting the tone and looked absolutely incredible. Blur Studios, the shop who did the visual effects for the prologue, lifts the curtain a bit to reveal how they made it in this…
The world goes by in a blur, but somehow, we keep our composure in the middle of it. This week's Shooting Challenge participants celebrate that. And race cars. Plenty of race cars.
Life moves fast. Sometimes it even feels like a blur. And for this week's Shooting Challenge, we're celebrating the speed of life.
Remember all those movies and TV series in which a FBI agent turned a completely blurred photo into a focused image by clicking one button? Remember how you sneered? Well, soon you will not be able to laugh at it anymore. This app lets you deblur any heavily blurred image just like that.
Bikes. Motorcycles. Roller derby. It's all perfect fodder for this week's Shooting Challenge, which freezes high velocity subjects in a blur of time.
Our brains melted when Adobe demoed their upcoming blurry picture killer in Photoshop. Wha!? No more blurry pics? Is that possible? Is this real life? YES. Here are a few examples—including the most famous blurry picture—of the upcoming deblurring tool working its magic.
A blurred image is the worst. And no matter how steady you think your hand is, it can be easy to ruin a shot. Luckily, Adobe's cooking up a Photoshop feature that'll automatically eliminate blur. You won't believe your eyes.
MOTOBLUR will soon be gone. Not the Android overlay, but the term itself.
You accelerate, hit maximum velocity and the world blurs. Whether you're driving a sports car alone or a moped packed with your entire family, this week's Shooting Challenge participants always made the experience epic. The results:
A while ago, we challenged you to capture motion blur. This week, we're upping the ante. Your subject will be in motion, but it's the background of the shot that will blur into obscurity.
Take everything you think you know about displays and throw it out the window. It's time for a clinic on what display specs really mean-brace yourself for the alarming truth
It's not enough that Motorola shows a woman with expertly grown legs throwing off a robe before getting into a tub before cutting off the video, they tease an upcoming MOTOBLUR smartphone as well. Tell us about the phone! [Motorola]
When a once leading—now last place —smartphone maker dumps Windows Mobile and goes Android, it's an all or nothing decision. Who knew that this could save the company?
You will be able to buy the Motorola Cliq, their social networking-focused version of an Android phone, on November 2 for $200. If you pre-order the device from Oct. 19 to Nov. 1, you'll be guaranteed to receive it first.
We saw the Cliq this morning but we just got a chance to really play around with Motorola's Android-based, social-networking-focused smartphone, and we have to say, we're pretty impressed. Read on for our impressions.
If this invention becomes a reality, the paparazzi might be out of a job. It's called Blur, the anti-photography spray. It's a spray full of super-reflective nanoparticles that screw with camera sensors and make wherever it's sprayed a white flash.