May 17, 2019

Well Hello there Friday people!

At last: Friday again. And where I live it’s another long weekend. Sweet!

Linkaging time…

GB Studio

GB Studio

“A free and easy to use retro adventure game creator for your favourite handheld video game system”

No coding required. This tool allows you to focus on the story you want to tell, and how you want it to look.

It outputs genuine GameBoy roms which you can play in an emulator.

Pretty incredible

BUGA Wood Pavilion 2019

BUGA Wood Pavilion 2019

“The BUGA Wood Pavilion celebrates a new approach to digital timber construction. Its segmented wood shell is based on biological principles found in the plate skeleton of sea urchins, which have been studied by the Institute for Computational Design and Construction (ICD) and the Institute for Building Structures and Structural Design (ITKE) at the University of Stuttgart for almost a decade.”

These are beautiful, completely new architectural designs.

Much more information here.

Truebird Micro-Cafe

Truebird Micro-Cafe

“The automated micro-cafe we designed for Truebird Coffee. The kiosk brews, pours, and serves delicious cups of coffee, all of which can be ordered from the Truebird app or ordering stand. The kiosk is up and running at NewLab in the Brooklyn Navy Yard.”

The demo video of this kiosk is mesmerizing. Really poetically designed. I love it.

Created by Leadoff Studio, who appear to create a lot of interesting packaging and industrial design.

Missile Tunnel

Missile Tunnel

Basically: Try to get all the way through the tunnel.

I found this extremely challenging. But fun!

This concludes the test! Or uh… the links. For Friday. Friday Links!

See you in seven days, Friday People.

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May 10th, 2019

Happy Friday!

Already! Amazing.

Let’s go!

The Coffee Monsters

The Coffee Monsters

“Hello. I’m Stefan Kuhnigk and i create the original coffeemonsters.

Drawings on coffee stains on paper. And this is my very own gallery.”

Mr. Kuhnigk takes coffee splatters and turns them into whimsical cartoon monsters. Really great work.

Instagram of course.

h/t MyModernMet

Two Names KC

Two Names KC

Enter any two names (or really any two words) and this site will create a 3d rotational animation that switches between the two.

Cleverly done!

New Horizon

New Horizon

“In July 2019 Doug Aitken will present NEW HORIZON, a multifaceted art event that challenges the notion of art in the 21st-century. The project is composed of a series of live events across the state of Massachusetts, centered around a stunning reflective hot air balloon and gondola.”

US Only from the looks of it. Beautiful. Probably stunning in person.

Sent along by Kate S.

Planet Defense

Planet Defense

A stressful but well animated “asteroids”-style planet defense game.

Behold my current score. It’s challenging!

And there you go. Frriiiiiiday linked.

See you next (long?) weekend!

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May 3rd, 2019

It’s Friday!

Still Spring (and not yet Summer) where I live. But soon… soon…

And now it’s link time!

Marchand Meffre: Theaters (2005-20XX)

Marchand Meffre: Theaters (2005-20XX)

“In the early 20th century, following the development of the entertainment industry, hundreds of theaters were built across North America. Major entertainment firms and movie studios commissioned specialized architects to build grandiose and extravagant auditoriums.”

“Now, many are reused as churches, retail spaces, flea markets, bingo halls, discos, supermarkets or warehouses. Some are waiting for a restoration and some others just sit abandoned.”

Beautifully shot, heartbreakingly modified.

Obvious Plant

Obvious Plant

There are some gems in here. “Funeral Kazoo“?! Hooo boy!

h/t: colossal

CO2.earth

CO2.earth

“Earth’s CO2 Home Page”

This site comprehensively tracks the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere via sensors at the Mauna Loa Observatory in Hawaii.

They also have a Twitter account you can follow.

Sports Car Challenge

Sports Car Challenge

“Sports Car Challenge is a cool racing simulation game in which you can try out a sports car and test its capabilities. You can explore the vast 3D city and drive wherever you wish. “

It feels floaty in a way that reminds me of Grand Theft Auto. It’s pretty fun, and pretty challenging. (And renders in your browser. Crazy)

Bonus Link!

The Camera In The Mirror

The Camera In The Mirror

“Selfies” taken by the Google Streetview camera in a variety of interior locations.

This has been your Friday Links for Friday, May 3rd, 2019.

See you next week everybody!

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