Prisoners of Technology

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Technology liberates us. Sao Paulo-based creative director Felipe Luchi's Jailhouses print campaign for Go Outside magazine reimagines techy gadgets Perfect Definition, Outside Magazine, Gadgets, Commercial Ads, Creative Advertising, Print Advertising, Advertising Campaign, Visual Advertising, Advertising Industry

Picture of the Day: Prisoners of Technology

In this artwork by Felipe Luchi, we see famous symbols of technology, the mouse and iPhone, imagined as prisons and jailhouses.

Technology liberates us. Sao Paulo-based creative director Felipe Luchi's Jailhouses print campaign for Go Outside magazine reimagines techy gadgets Clever Advertising, Advertising Poster, Advertising Design, Advertising Campaign, Street Marketing, Email Marketing, Perfect Definition, Outside Magazine, Digital Detox

Picture of the Day: Prisoners of Technology

In this artwork by Felipe Luchi, we see famous symbols of technology, the mouse and iPhone, imagined as prisons and jailhouses.

Facial recognition using Raspberry Pi and OpenCV Best Online Courses, Free Courses, Facebook News, The Next Big Thing, Facial Recognition, Promote Your Business, 3d Design, Rue, Illinois

Facebook New Facial Recognition to Have 'Near-Human Accuracy'

Facebook is working on facial recognition technology with near-human accuracy.

With many of the niceties of web languages, could Swift be the key to Apple’s transition to a web company? Web Languages, New Swift, Web Company, Apple New, Prison, Android, Coding, Community, Technology

Why Apple’s New Swift Language Will Keep Developers Loyal (And Away From Android)

With many of the niceties of web languages, could Swift be the key to Apple’s transition to a web company?

Because some of the social media-fueled endorsement deals are just bizarre. Google Glass, 5 Ways, Prison, Social Media, Technology, Couple Photos, Formal Dresses, Runway, Style

5. Because some of the social media-fueled endorsement deals are just bizarre.

It's turned us all into a bunch of self-promotional robots who are sapping the meaning from the word "style." Maybe it's time to pull back from our tweets and our Instagrams and our pins and, you know — OURSELVES.