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Some time ago I mentioned my collaboration with onFormative and AKQA to create Nike FuelStation in London: the installation just won the first place in the April 2012 CreativeShowcase contest 🙂
Everyone worked hard on this project, so it gives a good feeling to know that people is enjoying the experience we crafted for them:

Consumers made nearly 2,000 videos in the first month, moving more in a store than they’d ever done before. The installation got them hooked on the idea of Nike+ FuelBand, with 93% coming back to buy the product on release.


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the competition is going to end in a few days and I don’t think I’ll have time to submit something else, so these are probably going to be my last tiny sketches.

As usual, click on the thumbs to run the apps:

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Rhizome launched a Processing competition called Tiny Sketch:

…an open challenge to artists and programmers to create the most compelling creative work possible with the programming language Processing using 200 characters or less.

This competition has a lot of features i instantly fell in love with; to name a few:
1) all the submitted artworks will be open source
2) it works on the idea that limitations can catalyze creativity and applies it to creative coding
3) it’s sponsored by Rhizome 🙂
Needless to say that, about 5 minutes after seeing the call for works, I was working on my processing IDE. Here’s the my first submissions (click on the thumb to link to the live sketch):

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