32 entered, 1 came out on top. Congratualtions to Ryan Roemmich (R2) on his first place win at the 2014 Instrument Outpost Ping Pong Invitational!
Last Saturday, Instrument teamed up with iUrban Teen to host a digital creative workshop with teens from our community. iUrban teens are underrepresented youth with a desire to learn about technology and gain leadership skills.
Featured today in Google's Santa Tracker Frozen Village, Pegman dresses as Santa and collects presents, as he skydives through Google Maps, to land at your actual location or other Christmas tree monuments around the world in our new game, Santa Maps Dive.
This week, we rolled out the remaining two chapters of This Place Journal, meaning Chapters 01 through 05 are fully available, allowing viewers to escape their desks and immerse themselves in an interactive documentation of the Pacific Northwest coastline.
Last Friday, we asked you to engage with This Place by sharing your happy place and the images that came in were exceptional. For those that want to participate in Weekend Adventure this upcoming Friday, tagging your photos #thisplace and @instrument will let you join the visual conversation with This Place. We will share some of our favorite images that are tagged.
On November 13, our Labs team launched another labor of love called This Place. While The Build pushed the envelope on emerging web technologies, we set out to make This Place hold its own through storytelling in both the digital and social space. One that can be reshaped to embody any place, any where.
We've put together a collection the top 20 photographic techniques that tend to get more quality engagement than other types of photos.
It's not every day you get to jump out of a plane, but now you can with Map Dive, our latest Chrome Experiment for Google.
In this final blog post of the series, we'll take you behind the scenes of our "Go to Work" short films for Levi's® Commuter. Read about the whole campaign and our partnership with VSCO in Part 1 and Part 2.
In Part 1 of the series, we introduced the Levi's® Commuter "Go to Work" campaign. Here in Part 2, we'll provide an inside look at our partnership with Visual Supply Co.
Bike commuting has evolved from a niche activity for a dedicated few to an aspirational pursuit of many. More than getting from Point A to Point B, we see bike commuting as an expression of personal style and creative spirit. The partnership between the Levi's® brand and VSCO captures the essence of this commuter culture movement in America's top cycling cities through a series of photo stories, told through the lens of the some of the most creative mobile photographers.