In 2011, Berg worked with Google to imagine the service’s manifestation in real life. Here’s the remarkable, working prototype they came up with.
Berg Explores The Future Of Touchable Movies
We think of movies as linear progressions. It’s generally a story with a beginning, middle, and end—and it’s always something we consume from start to finish. Timo Arnall of Berg shows us all just how dated this view of video has become. In a project for Bonnier and Mag+, which I’ve dubbed “cinema glass,” he turns a movie into a swipeable, interactive entity on a tablet. And I don’t just mean that you can pause it or fast forward in some clever way. I mean, 2-D frames combine to become something that feels different than anything we’ve seen before.
A new product from BERG which aims to reinvent personalized publishing, with printed news from Foursquare, Facebook, and The Guardian.