That’s Interesting 13.07.18

From cinematic extended reality to inclusive clothing,  here’s some things that made us say “That’s interesting” in the studio this week.

Merging realities

Looking to blend the virtual and physical world, Finnish technology company Varjo developed a new headset to deliver the world’s first cinematic extended reality. The device has a revolutionary technology that enables the user to see the virtual reality in human-eye resolution.

Watch the future from here

Colour My World

To celebrate the rainbow in a playful way, Brighton Gin have released 2018 Pride limited edition designs. Bottles allow consumers to arrange the letters and have their own message while being a part of a good cause. Brand will donate a portion of their profits to local funds that supports LGBTQ+ and HIV/AIDS organisations.

Sip and support here


UK Paralympic athlete Chloe Ball-Hopkins collaborated with Asos to design and develop clothing line, that has wheelchair users in mind. Drawing inspirations from her own challenges, Ball-Hopkins created a inclusive collection for people with disabilities for the festival season.

Have a look here

Slap it

Lush has released its new collection, a brand new solid foundation range with 40 shades available. The innovative, organic cosmetics brand launched the vegan “Slap Sticks” packaging-free in order to show their continuous dedication to reducing unnecessary waste.

Support “Less is more” here


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