Since the dawn of photojournalism in the mid 19th century and then with the advent of video journalism, observers have been confined to viewing the single perspective originally captured by the photographer. Enter Condition One, an immersive, interactive way to capture and replay journalism footage. The days of one viewpoint are numbered.
As part of a relaunch for Germany’s Universal 13, a revolutionary new film, The Witness, has been created in which you play an interactive, traveling roll. Using augmented reality on an iPhone, participants begin their adventure by witnessing a kidnapping by the Russian mafia. It’s then their job to track down the victim, finding clues, communicating with other participants and viewing other scenes on location around the city of Berlin. Much like a real life Choose Your Own Adventure, participants can both save the day or become the next victim themselves.
People are always coming up with new ways to use their iPhones. Featured here are some very small folks relaxing with their favorite phones.
When he’s not designing websites or creating iPhone apps, J. D. Hancock likes to take photographs of “small scale” things like his enormous collection of action figures and toys. A recovering pack-rat, J.D. often takes pictures as he unpacks bits from his past.