Touch-based free-floating neon glow interfaces are the new designer cocaine. Microsoft probably had the most recent hard cock for this but filmmaker Bruce Branit – even dating back to February – blew our minds fair and square with his visions of a VR modeling system, something which can probably trace its origins back to Google SketchUp. Obviously his 9-minute movie World Builder is not merely about how intuitive designer applications can become (and trust me, I’m a tough one when it comes to criticizing things but this is simply gorgeous!) but is also injected with a touch of heart-gripping human drama.
Writer, journalist, creative. Had book on future scenarios and a New York Times-acclaimed script on the big screen. Insatiable love for weird stuff, Asian cuisine, pop/altcult, coffee, eyecandy, anything with a Scoville rate or a frequency. Makes music, too.