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Football is finally catching up.

With digital products [websites, apps] acquiring new technology and visual styles at a day by day pace, it’s amazing that one of the worlds richest sports have failed to keep ahead of the times. With most sites boasting limited visual advancements and very little in terms of responsive promising, Arsenal with the help of Ostmodern have finally decided to have a major visual and UX overhaul.

Lets hope the visual results off the pitch are a subliminal cue for the real long term Gooner goals [2nd paragraph notes from a fan].

Designing Thoughts + Creative Commentary

Ricardo Eversley

www.ricardoeversley.com

Sony has  set up the world’s first real-time digital photography exhibition.    The company  partnered up with three photographers located in different parts of Europe—London-based  Lee Strickland , Paris-based  William Daniels  and Berlin-based  Paul Sullivan —and armed them with Wi-Fi NEX-5R cameras to “capture the light” of their home cities.    Photographs were sent  to and displayed in the Sony ‘Real Time Gallery’ in London the moment the shots were taken—‘transporting’ viewers to the various locations, allowing them to appreciate the work and the individual spirits and cultures of the various locations.    The real-time broadcast  of photographs made the exhibition evolving and unpredictable.    Could  this be the exhibition of the future? 

   
   
 via: Design Taxi,  PhotographyBLOG , images via  Mitesh Tailo

Sony has set up the world’s first real-time digital photography exhibition.

The company partnered up with three photographers located in different parts of Europe—London-based Lee Strickland, Paris-based William Daniels and Berlin-based Paul Sullivan—and armed them with Wi-Fi NEX-5R cameras to “capture the light” of their home cities.

Photographs were sent to and displayed in the Sony ‘Real Time Gallery’ in London the moment the shots were taken—‘transporting’ viewers to the various locations, allowing them to appreciate the work and the individual spirits and cultures of the various locations.

The real-time broadcast of photographs made the exhibition evolving and unpredictable.

Could this be the exhibition of the future?

via: Design Taxi, PhotographyBLOG, images via Mitesh Tailo