Martin Skelly

I'm a Creative Tech at Uniform, a leading brand comms agency.

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THIS IS HOW WE ROLL!!! more infos @ www.themarmalade.com

#blabmini kicks off @designival this evening (at Leaf)

Bit of code on a Sunday

30 km at 1hr 38mins - machines! (Taken with Instagram)

Men’s 200m kayak final today #etondorney #day15 (Taken with Instagram at London 2012 Venue - Eton Dorney)

Love the physicality of this idea. Super Angry Birds is a force feedback USB controller for Angry Birds that simulates the feeling of a slingshot. All the controls found in the game are available in this device. You can control the pull, the angle, and of course trigger the special power of the bird. We hacked a motorized fader found in audio mixing consoles to simulate the force you would feel when using a slingshot. We programmed in Max/MSP and Arduino. For controlling the hardware, we used an Arduino-based microcontroller called Music & Motors developed by CIID. This was part of the class on Haptics at CIID run by Bill Verplank and David Gauthier. Project by: Hideaki Matsui - http://bit.ly/MjKMBf Andrew Spitz - http://bit.ly/LQP0LG For more info, please visit http://bit.ly/OYCvSM

Great song - cool animation! 

"Played in the Velodrome before every session the video shows the Velodrome as never before, literally pulsating with excitement. “We’ve created sweeping contours and sleek surfaces as the backdrop for an intense, futuristic cycling ‘duel’ as two animated riders power round the track,” said Darren Groucutt, creative director at Crystal.

Good morning Queen Elizabeth - welcome to #Liverpool (Taken with Instagram at Pier Head)

Big ass rainbow #xl (Taken with Instagram at Princes Dock)

(via Adafruit Pi Box - Enclosure for Raspberry Pi® Computers by adafruit - Thingiverse)

Raspberry Pi demo at geek up Liverpool (Taken with Instagram at DoES Liverpool - Gostins Building)

First edition of Britzpetermanns shop window installation project. The series is starting with “All Eyes On You”, a bunch of different sized eyes who follow the passers-by. Simple concept, but the effect was immense. The passers-by loved it especially the kids react with the installation without any inhibitions. Keep your eyes open for the next edition. Check www.britzpetermann.com for more information. Credits Creation, Idea & Realization: Britzpetermann Creative support: Stijn van der Pol Film: Michael Goergens http://bit.ly/QgMnYlwww.britzpetermann.com for more information. Credits Creation, Idea & Realization: Britzpetermann Creative support: Stijn van der Pol Film: Michael Goergens http://bit.ly/QgMnYl Music: Karlo Jurina

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