Stop me if any of this sounds familiar. Awakening from a cryo-tube, you make your way across an abandoned testing facility, following the commands of a character you cannot directly interact with, using a piece of ultramodern technology in increasingly creative ways to overcome obstacles. Yeah. Read more...
The Intergalactic Travel Bureau is a cool combination of science education outreach and performance art that gives people a chance to interact with real scientists.
For an awesome traveling, interactive art installation entitled Sugar Metropolis, professional sculptors Brendan Jamison and Mark Revels set up mountains of sugar cubes and invite visitors to use every last one of them to construct sweet crystalline cities. Show More Summary
According to a recent General Services Administration announcement, the agency is dolling out a combined $90,000 in prizes to individuals who can "design and create an online, interactive tool that utilizes federal travel data to increase transparency and accountability."
So often in travel writing there is a total absence character interaction. The post Transforming your travel writing, pt. 2: You’re not in a vacuum appeared first on Matador Network.
Russian-speaking DC Universe fans across the pond will be able to play Infinite Crisis in their native tongue thanks to the combined efforts of Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Fabrika Online. The MOBA will be available in Russia, Ukraine, the CIS countries, and Georgia with full Russian language support. Show More Summary
China’s largest search engine, Baidu, has created ‘Baidu Migrate‘ an interactive heat map that offers a nifty visualization of travel during the country’s 40-day spring festival travel rush. The map gleans data from smartphones using Baidu Maps and other location-based platforms, and is updated every eight hours. Show More Summary
Gay travelers have spoken: Chicago is 2013?s “City of the Year,” barely beating out the likes of Rio de Janeiro and Toronto. The Windy City received 22% of the votes in Best of GayCities 2013, the largest interactive promotion for gay travelers. This year, the promotion was sponsored by American Airlines. Other big wins include […]
To celebrate the anniversary of 100-years of commercial flight travel, The Guardian has created a lovely interactive map that shows the flight paths and times of all the planes currently in the air. Read more...
Startup Suitable Technologies is marketing its roving device to business travelers who want to drive around their homes and interact with loved ones.
Summary: When you use Facebook it is most probably in the context of sharing updates and photos and interacting with friends. In 2014, that may all change. Facebook is about to enter the travel market, which has historically been dominated by Orbitz, Expedia, Priceline, and Travelocity. Show More Summary
DoctorWho.tv has put together a handy interactive infographic for you to play along with the Doctor's travels at home. The Hurt Doctor (as we call him) would probably dislike how wibbly-wobbly and timey-wimey it looks, but it's actually a really fun way to visualize just where in time the Doctor has gone on his roundabout path through history.
If you've interacted much with the Internet in recent years, you probably understand that it's watching you: Web companies have found ways to tailor the ads you see to what they understand about who you are, based on how you travel through cyberspace. Buy some shoes on Zappos? You'll see similar models in Gmail ads. […]
Last year, Marvel and Hero Ventures announced "The Marvel Experience," an innovative, traveling experience, featuring dozens of Marvel's iconic Super Heroes. This attraction will leverage state-of-the-art interactive and multimedia technology, including a 4D motion ride and original 3D animated features, allowing fans to be a part of the action. Show More Summary
Think your holiday flights were long? Think again. At a time of year in which most of us are recovering from cramped flights, jet lag, and layovers, it's easy to forget just how good humans have become at traveling distances that would have seemed virtually insurmountable a couple of hundred years ago. Show More Summary
Korean Air has landed downtown in Madison Ave, with a new, interactive video wall aimed at enticing business travelers. The immersive, interactive wall, designed by Pearl Media, was installed at 335 Madison Avenue — a location strategically selected for its heavy foot traffic and proximity to Grand Central. Show More Summary
image via University of Richmond This fascinating interactive map shows how long it took to travel from New York City to points around the country between 1800 and 1930. It is based on four maps, showing rates of travel for 1800, 1830, 1858, and 1930, from the 1932 compendium of historical maps, the Atlas of [...]
When we travel with friends or a partner, we tend to stick to that little group of familiar faces and even though you'll meet new people, the dynamics and interactions won't be as deep and fulfilling.
Zooming all the way Usain Bolt, the fastest man ever, would run under a millimetre in the time it takes Santa Claus to travel a mile during his Christmas Eve delivery run. Our interactive chart gives a sense of the race, comparing various...Show More Summary
Travelers and commuters passing through Chicago's Union Station got a festive surprise in the form of a piano that interacted with them, controlled by a remote pianist.