We’ve reached out to Stuck Labs to ask if they have any interest in taking their elevator button design to market. But in the meantime, the studio has released all sorts of COVID-19-related designs, like a UV sterilizing box and a face shield free of charge for open license use. Granted, these projects aren’t quite as fun as the magical elevator buttons. But I’m taking the stairs until I get vaccinated, anyway. … [Read more...] about Everyone’s terrified of elevators during COVID-19. Could these magic buttons help?
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Project I Can isn’t the first group to play with the idea of VR portal doors. Recently, the interactive studio The Ortiz created a physical door filled with a head-tracking LCD screen. It wasn’t in VR, but it was an almost identical concept. It was a physical door, behind which another world was waiting. All you needed to do was step through. … [Read more...] about Here’s The UI Metaphor VR Desperately Needs
For five-year-old BroadwayHD, the deal is a nice feather in its cap as it seeks to beef up its library and become a one-stop shop for theater fanatics. The competition for filmed theater content is growing increasingly fierce as more Broadway shows from recent seasons ink deals with mainstream streaming services, such as Amazon Prime (What the Constitution Means to Me), HBO Max (American Utopia), Netflix (The Prom), and Disney Plus (Hamilton). … [Read more...] about You can stream a ton of Shakespeare direct from his hometown starting this month