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Tu Uthaisri
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Filmmaker/ Designer in New York City
Filmmaker/ Designer in New York City

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Fast Co. Design article on CATCH, Stopmotion film.

 
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Clapping musical through Google Glass - our fun experiment for this holiday. Tu x +Richard The x +Alexander Chen
Rounding out a pretty crazy year #throughglass

To all our Glass Explorers, we’ve been through a lot together in 2013. So as the year winds down, we wanted to take a moment to thank you, and share an ode to all the moments we’ve reveled in hands-free. From clapping to tapping, balloon-splashing to pizza-dough-patting, and concert-cheering to ninja-powing, we couldn’t have done any of it without you.  

Happy Holidays to all of you. Enjoy your time with families and friends. We look forward to an even crazier 2014. 

A big holiday shout out to some of our most talented Explorers from the Glass team, +Richard The, +Alexander Chen, and +Varathit Uthaisri.
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Awesome #googleglass musical experiment with 3 wine glasses by +Alexander Chen
This is an experiment made with three wine glasses and Glass:
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Happy Birthday +Erno Rubik! Looking forward to the exhibition soon.
Thank you for the birthday wishes, +Beyond Rubik's Cube!

The cube arrived in my life 40 years ago as a teaching tool for my students. I couldn’t have imagined the impact it would have! I’m grateful it has inspired so many people. 
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Inspiring keynote talk by Astro Teller on Google X and Moonshot thinking at SXSW 2013
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Crazy fun Chrome Experiment! Peanut Gallery
Last month, the Web Speech API brought voice recognition to Chrome users in more than 30 languages. The team thought it would be fun to demonstrate this new technology by using an old one: silent film.

In the latest Chrome Experiment Peanut Gallery, you can add intertitles to old silent film clips just by speaking aloud to Chrome, and then easily share your work with others (or in the comments right here). 

Give it a try, and bring out the inner screenwriter in you: peanutgalleryfilms.com 
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