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Live from the... Tokyo Marathon!
BY JOSEPH TAME
@ VOL 72
ON APR 21, 2010
Joseph Tame about his challenge; running a marathon with an iPhone 3G strapped to his head. To livestream his experience to all of the people who weren't so lucky to run, as well as the rest of the world. Respect! And now pick up your iPhones and live broadcast your lives...forever! Joseph was featured on Yahoo News too, check it out here.
Form Follows Beauty
BY PETER EXLEY
@ VOL 11
ON SEP 01, 2009
In Form Follows Beauty from PechaKucha Night Chicago, Peter Exley talks about the relationship between art, design, architecture, lines, and sensuality as well as the feminine form. He also displays some of his artwork he created using an unconventional tool.
This was Presentation of the Day on February 17th, 2017.
The Art Market Re-imagined
BY BORIS PEVZNER
@ VOL 20
ON DEC 01, 2012
The founder of COLLECTRIUM, Boris Pevzner, talks about the company's new system/phone app to share your own artworks/favorite art on the internet. It also makes it easier for collectors to search for and access the art they are looking for.
Ay, Eye, I, iPhoneography
BY LULÚ DE PANBEHCHI
@ VOL 4
ON MAR 09, 2013
Lulú De Panbehchi shows us how to pick one subject and use that to explore ourselves. In this PechaKucha she uses iPhoneography, sometimes with filters and sometimes not, to take photos of just her own eye. By doing this she explores both herself and her world during her journey through cancer and chemo.
Making Stuff is Tough
BY ETHAN LOWRY
@ VOL 11
ON APR 30, 2014
BY JO MANSFIELD
@ VOL 3
ON SEP 22, 2015
"As my use of social media increased, so did my understanding of how it worked."
In "Hashtag Photography", from PechaKucha Night St. Neots Vol. 3, Jo Mansfield talks about mobile photography and the use of the imaging platform, Instagram and how it has developed her skills and pushed her in new creative directions.
BY JANNA GIBSON
@ VOL 2
ON MAR 31, 2016
Janna Gibson is an American living in Vientiane who believes that "framing a shot that focuses on beauty within a culture has helped positively shape my perspective." She shares her exploration of iPhone photography, the social media outlets used for sharing her stories, and #RealLaosProject, the current photography project she's working on. She urges us to see the beauty that is around us.
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PKN Gothenberg: The line!
Jesper who runs PKN Gothenburg sent us this video and a question. ''Is this the line to the new Apple store announcing the next iPhone ??? No, it's the line to the season finale of Pecha Kucha Gothenburg. Holy Cow! Please remember that Gothenburg is a slow small city with a shitty climate''
Phil Fish at PKN Montreal Vol. 13
Fans of indie gaming, and more importantly of the upcoming and hotly anticipated game Fez from the Polytron Corporation, will not want to miss next week's PechaKucha Night in Montreal Vol. 13 (September 30), where Polytron designer Phil Fish will give a presentation on his other game -- Power Pill, an iPhone title designed in collaboration with developer Infinite Ammo -- "[t]alking about the highs and lows of designing a multi-touch game for fun and profit."
It's no secret that yours truly is personally excited about the upcoming iPhone game Power Pill from Canadian creators Polytron and Infinite Ammo -- forming the all-powerful Infinitron Polypharma -- and as we previewed last week, Polytron's Phil Fish was set to reveal the first details of the game at this week's PechaKucha Night in Montreal. The night has come and gone, and Power Pill's "viral" debut is now public, thanks to Phil posting all of the presentation's images online -- and here's a video of the presentation.
PKN Shenzhen Vol. 1
The city of Shenzhen will be hosting its very first PechaKucha Night at the end of this month (February 28), with the event set to take place at IDUTANG -- see the official event page for the list of presenters. Organizers will also be participating in the PechaKucha WAVE on the 20th, joining in on the "Global PechaKucha Night for Haiti." And what a great poster -- do you remember that girl?
Where to Watch?
For anyone still not sure about where you'll be able to follow the live stream of the "Global PechaKucha Night for Haiti" tomorrow (February 20), you'll be able to do so from the front page of this very site. As we are supported by Ustream -- who is making sure that the stream will be able to handle the high number of people we're expecting to check in -- the stream will also be featured on the front page of the Ustream website. But even better for those of you not at home when it all happens, you'll be able to follow the entire broadcast on your iPhone and Android phone, using the free Ustream Viewer Application.
Today we take a look at another presentation from last week's PechaKucha Night in Tokyo Vol. 71, this time from creator Remo Camerota, who talked us through a few of his projects, including a comic for iPhone/iPad, and two books he's worked on: Graffiti Japan and the upcoming Drainspotting.
Form Follows Beauty
Picture yourself relaxing on the beaches of Rio de Janeiro, sipping coconut juice, all the while taking time to enjoy the simple, fluid contours of the waves and mountains. Are you getting it? Well, architect and co-host to PKN Chicago Peter Exley is living it. In this edition of "Presentation of the Day", Exley speaks of the "free and sensual curves" he illustrates on his iPhone while out and about. He demonstrates the importance of recognizing the meandering lines found in nature, and shows how some architects (like the recently passed Oscar Niemeyer) translate these lines into their work. You'll find, as he says, "form doesn't follow function, form follows beauty".
You've seen -- and followed -- him running the Tokyo Marathon, and he will again take to the PK stage to update us on his latest tech-related projects. Yes, Joseph Tame will be our guest at tomorrow's Vol. 100, and the photo you see here is a good representation of what you can expect to see.すでに東京マラソンなどで有名なジョゼフさんが、iPhoneなどのテクノロジーを駆使してのマラソンプロジェクトを再度PechaKuchaで発表してくださいます！
These are a few of my Suki-na Koto
Somewhere between the land of the rising sun, and the empire on which the sun never sets... In today's Presentation of the Day, "These are a few of my Suki-na Koto" from a special This is GREAT: Japan Design Mission PKN Tokyo event at the British Embassy in Tokyo, Tim Hitchens, the British Ambassador to Japan, shows us some of his favorite things. This includes his name written on a piece of wood from the famous Ise Shrine (which is rebuilt every 20 years), his kendo sword and gear, his favorite iPad and iPhone apps, giant teacups, and toys.
Making Stuff is Tough
"Have you ever had an idea for a product that was so compelling that you felt it just had to exist?" Ethan Lowry, co-creator of Poppy, a device that, when paired with an iPhone creates 3D GIF images that convey a strong sense of three-dimensional depth. It’s like looking at a 3D scene through a piece of glass. With Poppy, creating these images is incredibly easy. In "Making Stuff is Tough" from PKN Santa Barbara Vol. 11, Ethan speaks on the trials and tribulations that went into building and mass-producing a device originating in his imagination.