I supported a 4k 360º video camera project on Kickstarted back a couple of years ago. Hopefully the Sphericam will enter into production this summer. The camera will be amazing, shooting in 360º all around instantaneously while automatically stitching the video together in real time.
When you watch a 360º video, you can use your mouse to move around, looking … Continue reading
This young designed created a collection of Art Deco lights. He wanted to show them off in a stunning palazzo. Well, he couldn’t afford one. Besides, how would he get all of his potential clients and customers to come to his palazzo. The palazzo needed to be able to go to them. So he made his own. Portable.
I suppose most people do. Color is such a huge part of my selection process when picking anything out for purchase.
Last Friday I bought several short-sleeved shirts. Style and fabric mattered, but color was what first drew me to each shirt. I’ve often wished I could design the color patterns in my own clothes: create the fabric itself.
Shortly after moving to Atlanta, I learned that Atlanta is a “test market”1 and therefore our Comcast internet had a 300GB monthly cap. Additional fees applied for overages. I called their corporate office2.
I told their agent that I flat out refused to have a 300GB data use limit, that no one told us of … Continue reading
On April 17th, Steve and I had a thrilling afternoon welcoming everyone into our home, people we hadn’t seen in a long time (in some cases for decades), and others we were meeting for the very first time! I have to confess, we were a bit worried that 170 people said they were coming to the Open House. We were … Continue reading
I love exploration. No, I really, really love exploration.
I wanted to use a photo I had seen on the Lost and Found Youth website for a donation box for that organization. Printing pictures from the web typically yields disastrous results because printing and display technologies are so significantly different. So, I decided to find and shoot the photo myself. … Continue reading
I suppose we become spoiled bit by bit, without really being aware of the process. When we repeatedly experience something marvelous, and are even acutely aware of how extraordinary the experiences are, we still seem somewhat unaware that our expectations for this new, higher level of perfection are also growing. I recently had this expectation of excellence clearly defined for … Continue reading