Antoni Tudisco is a digital artist based in Hamburg who’s been passionate about graphic design ever since he was 13 years old. He has developed a unique style that blends 3D modeling, animation, and motion graphics that has led him into having many opportunities such as working on a Gucci campaign where he was able to first showcase his skills as a digital artist in the fashion industry.
Beyond textiles and walls, the digital world is a reality.
The Virtual Showroom is a space that allows one to transfer a physical experience into a virtual world. Developed by DEPT® and Journee with H&Mbeyond, it offers a world where there are no physical limitations.
Since the Internet became established and widespread in society in the 1990s, it has continued to evolve. It is becoming faster, bigger, more networked and extended to more and more devices: Computers, tablets, smartphones, home electronics – networking is advancing consistently, and with it, its penetration into our everyday lives.
“We are convinced that the Metaverse will be the successor to the mobile Internet. The technology will create the feeling of presence, no matter how far away we actually are.”
The Art Of The Possible In The World Of Imagination – As more of our lives are spent online, it’s becoming harder and harder to distinguish “real” life from life lived digitally. The virtual space has become a space where commerce, education, entertainment, community-building, wellness, work and more can be entered with the smartphone. The biggest community is the world’s citizens digitally connected species- around 60% of the human race, or 4.5 billion people, are online.
Today, each of us, to one degree or another, has his own avatar in the Metaverse – whether it’s an Instagram account or a messenger. The development of the gaming industry and the parallel world inevitably transfers all aspects of our life to digital reality. Fashion is no exception. Launched in 2020, the Dress X platform has become the premier digital fashion broadcaster and brand guide to a new reality.
ORamaVR was created to tackle a major health crisis that is currently affecting almost 5B people globally: the lack of access to affordable surgical care. This is due to limited number of health professionals entering the workforce, as a direct result of the lack of innovation in medical training. Thankfully it has recently been proven in clinical trials that medical virtual reality training can change all that. We had the honor of talking to George Papagiannakis, a true pioneer in his field.
One of the projects that Hello Monday/DEPT® carried out for the American Society for Deaf Children was Fingerspelling.xyz, an innovative and creative way to learn sign language through technology.
WWF Germany and Savespecies open virtual exhibition space on Metaverse platform Journee.