Why New Experiences Are Important, and How They Positively Affect Your Perception of Time: If we perceive time more slowly when we’re processing the unfamiliar, than the frequent introduction of the unfamiliar could help our perception of time from rapidly shrinking.
Do Things that Don’t Scale: Paul Graham, co-founder of top start-up accelerator program Y Combinator, has some counter-intuitive advice for founders: don’t worry about a big launch and manually recruit your early users, even if it seems inefficient.
Self Reserve: Have you ever searched for yourself on Google to see what pops up? This project takes that curiosity a step further; two photographers have used Google’s reverse image search to compare their personal photographs with others which contain similar composition, color, or shape, despite how different they actually are. The results are unexpected, intriguing, yet always seem to make perfect sense,
Fingersense: A software package that allows smartphones to recognizes different kinds of taps. The catch is that FingerSense requires an extra bit of hardware in order to work–an acoustic sensor that can recognize the unique vibration patterns that distinguish among fingertip, fingernail, and knuckle taps.
Burton Kramer Film Trailer: A clip from an upcoming short film about Burton Kramer by Greg Durrell. Kramer is know for designing the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation identity system in 1974.
KENZO 2013 Fall/Winter “Cloudbusting” Video: Coming in the form of a short film from directing duo Partel Oliva – the creative entity that oversees all of KENZO’s artistic direction – “Cloudbusting” is a stunt rider-starring abstract tale meant as an interpretation of the fantastic and post-romantic universe that inspired both the men’s and women’s collections for the season ahead.
Levi Brooks is the CEO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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