The Last Job on Earth
"The Last Job on Earth" portrays a dystopian future populated by robot cats, malfunctioning medical machines and a profound unemployment problem. But is it inevitable?
Author of “Design for Motion” talks industry, education and the state of design
We interview Austin Shaw, the author of "Design for Motion: Motion Design Techniques and Fundamentals."
Making “Blackout,” an interactive VR film that gives you the power of telepathy
Our in-depth interview with emerging tech filmmakers Specular goes into the process behind their upcoming experience, "Blackout," which lets you eavesdrop on the thoughts of… Read more
Magic Leap… no, for real this time
Augmented reality startup Magic Leap made headlines last year when it raised over $540 million dollars in funding while still managing to hide its plans from… Read more
What is web animation? Rachel Nabors explains it all.
Web design and motion design have been on a collision course since the early 2000s. Today, they’re finally merging, spawning strange new fields — and… Read more
Google’s Project Loon and How We Create the Future
Google’s latest gloriously ambitious initiative, Project Loon, is all over the news this week. This beautiful piece – directed by Google Creative Lab with Mixtape… Read more