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NASA GeneLab

Visualizing biology
in microgravity

Cutting-edge biological experiments conducted in space. Discoveries made in microgravity. This is GeneLab, and it’s NASA’s largest open-source database for space life science research.

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Wove

The Future
Gets Flexible

Polyera is twisting the concept of wearable technology into something that is always on, fully flexible, and completely customizable. After 10 years of developing the technology, they reached out to us to help them finally unleash their product, Wove onto the world.

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YouTube Kids

Safe and fun
digital playtime

Together with YouTube, we’ve created an app directed at children so they can enjoy the enormous amount of fun, educational videos available - while parents don’t have to worry that their kids’ explorations lead to adult content.

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Garderobe

Fashion meets
Social

Imagine that you can peek into the closets of style icons, raid the racks of every store in the world and curate your own collection of cool clothing. This is the stuff Garderobe is made of. We just added an identity, some well-thought-out UX and a layer of design.

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#Almostforgot

A new kind
of music video

Following The DNA Project, the year-long musical experiment that documented the making of his latest album in real-time, J.Views and Hello Monday teamed up once again to create a new kind of musical experience. It’s the world’s first music video that you, the viewer, direct with every beat of your heart.

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National Geographic

A Bear’s-Eye View
of Yellowstone

Follow the journeys of 4 bears navigating the heart of Yellowstone, as seen from the bears’ own point of view. This groundbreaking research that attaches cameras to bears gives us a lens into the never before seen lives of one of the animal kingdom’s most fearsome beasts.