I finally took the time to go through all of my Transpyr images. Around 1500 and uploaded the 300 best of them. Check out over at Flickr!
My brothers where participating in a mountain bike race called Transpyr. From Roses to San Sebastian through the Pyrenees. It was over 800km up and down mountains. My dad and I was helping them out with the luggage, extra bikes and getting them food and water when the arrived at each of the finish lines.
I’m really proud of them!
PS: I’ll see if I can get around to upload some images from Vietnam too. I’m inspired to go through more images.
I’m back from Spain, and I’ll try to go through my 1500 photos and upload the best to Flickr. Stay tuned!
Wired had a very cool article featuring awesome Lego art made by Avanaut. Check out his Flickr page for more photos.
I feel like I mostly start a post being sorry that I don’t post so often, not anymore. I’m not sorry, life just busy. You might wonder what I’ve been up to. The last thing you heard is that I’ve got my tablet. So, I’ve started my Master in Design, Use and Interaction. It’s looking good and I’m taking two course in modeling and system process improvement, plus one in experimental it design. I have also applied for a master thesis about ThingML and Android. Hoping to get that, cause that would be a blast.
I’ve also worked on two more Android apps. One for something called Idéfestivalen, which was a treasure hunt (read: geocaching) app, taking you around campus both on Blindern and in Oslo center. The other was yet another Heroclix app, but this one is focuing on hosting a tournament. So you don’t need to use pen and paper. I also participated at Idefestivalen with Loopy Tangible, the sound machine I’ve mention earlier. Looked like people had fun playing on it. Now we just need to make another one, as it’s getting worn out. People are rough with it. Especially children.
There is also some new photos on my Flickr stream. Some graffiti/stickers, one of a cute robot and one of a strange street art. You should really check the last one out.
I’ve uploaded some new photos on Flickr, the following posts will be those images. Underneath is also two images of the cable I made which I talked about in the last blog post.
The creator of Pocket Pictoscope, Linosso have created another art toy called Glimfish. It cost only one Euro and let you create small fishes every where you like! Chech out some of my fishes.
Continue reading Glimfish
A year ago (or more?) I took some photos with a Pocket Pictoscope I had got in the mail. At that time I wasn’t that happy with how the images turned out, since I always had to use flash. Now that I’ have a new (and a lot better camera) I decided to take some nre pOp pictures. What do you think?
Lightswtich #1 Continue reading Remeber pOp?