Trip to the Glenmorangie distillery

Three of us Digiteers made it up to Tain in the North of Scotland last week. Following a fabulous whisky soaked night in Glenmorangie house we headed to the distillery via the Cadboll Stone (check out this great film we made about it).I made this little…

Helicopter cameras

I've been bumping into clips and bits of footage of people strapping expensive kit to helicopters for a while now. So I thought I'd jot down some of the good stuff.There's an exciting Camera Revolution that's been unfolding for a few…

A visit to the London Art Fair 2012

 This weekend I attended the London Art Fair to have a look at some pretty exciting Modern British and Contemporary art.My hands down favourite piece had to be by artistic duo Rob and Nick Carter called the Paint Pigment Photographs. The piece is…

Impress with impress.js

 Impress.js is a new browser based presentation tool created by Bartek Szopka. Inspired by Prezi, Impress.js takes it to the next level with CSS3 3D Transforms and transitions.At Digit we had a little play with Impress.js to see what's possible out of…

Green Fingers

 We've got tons of light in our studio and zero greenery, so we decided a garden would be brilliant. I'd like to take personal credit for this idea, but it was entirely Phoebe's, x-Digiteer turned expert gardener, turned mum.Building our garden turned…

Happy Christmas from Digit

 This year, our Christmas card takes physical journeys and real-life relationships and transfers them to the stars.Using representations from Google Maps, the Digit Celestial Almanac shows some of the routes we've taken over the past twelve months, and…

Bah Humbug: A Little Yuletide Rant

 December is here and folks at Digit are getting into the Christmas spirit. At least some of us are.Last week I was beyond excited; pinterest boards gathered for inspiration, recipes scoured over, Christmas party finally agreed upon and booked,…

Digit on teaching our kids to code

 When Digit  got word of Emma Mulqueeny's petition calling for teaching coding in schools at a younger age, we all sat up.Many of us identify as 'creative,' and have come to think of ourselves as such through a combination of experience, pride…

Understanding Lindenmayer systems

 Ever wondered how every tree and plant on the earth is different?Lindenmayer systems, more commonly known as Lsystems is a mathematical theory conceived in 1968 by Astrid Lindenmayer, a theoretical biologist and botanist. Used as a tool, Lsystems can…