This 404 page design comes from the idea of "The middle of nowhere". "404" means that the webpage doesn't exist, so this project creates an environment that makes users feel lost around the internet data and enjoy the virtual landscapes. By training a machine learning model that combines thousands of images, The designer, Yijia Xie, creates unique and beautiful places that don't exist in the whole world or even in the universe. They are just the landscapes generated by Artificial Intelligence.
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Co Art is an interactive space enabled by neural network algorithms, and capable of connecting humans to the digital world. Placing your hand inside the halo, and through voice interaction, the device will sense and convert your words into an imaginative artistic work. By swapping the identity of visitors and artists, it will bring them an unusual exhibition experience while hopefully inspiring more people. This human-computer co-creation of art will bring imagination iteration.
Tokyu Garden City is an urban development project in Binh Duong New City, Vietnam. To commemorate its 10-year anniversary, the visual identity and website were redesigned reflecting the city's theme, Always New. The website features not only basic information about the city but also interviews with city residents and stories that remind people of life in the city. This renewal has succeeded in highlighting the high quality and sophistication of the city's lifestyle.
TOMO is a friend and full-time passenger. I designed the branding concept for the TOMO interface system, a project sponsored by Toyota and Fujutsu Sen. Each letter in the TOMO logo is derived from the iconic Toyota logo, and in combination, the letters reform the original Toyota logo, subtly preserving Toyota's brand equity.The name is an abbreviation of the iconic Tomoguchi virtual pets of the 1990's. Now, TOMO is grown up and has evolved into a fully interactive, intuitive vehicle interface system. TOMO is the interface of the future, and we're developing a product that can be implemented by 2020.
Dominus plus expresses time in an original way. Like dots on dominoe pieces three groups of dots represent: hours, tens of minutes and minutes. The time of day can be read from the color of the dots: green for AM; yellow for PM. The application contains a timer, an alarm clock and chimes. All functions are navigable by touching discrete corner dots. It is had an original and artistic design presenting the actual 21st century Face of Time. It is designed in a beautiful symbiosis with Apple portable devices' cases. It has a simple interface with only a few necessary words to operate it.