 Sec Pitch, Feb 20, 2015: Summary & Links

1. Adam Bolcsfoldi, @spineplayer, spineapp.net

Spine is a music player for iPhone, designed for people who listen to music as full albums. Your music is displayed in a way that is reminiscent of a stack of CD cases — emphasising the album artworks and giving you an overview of your music as a collection of artist discographies. Playing a full album, as well as putting together a playlist of albums, is quickly and easily done in just a few steps.

2. Alfonso Garzón, @AlfonsoGarzonB, atylaship.com

Atyla is a 31 m long wooden tall ship. Handmade in Spain in 1984, now sails around Europe dedicated to international sail training. The educational project was inspired by a non-profit organization called STI (Sail Training International). Their mission: The development and education of people, regardless of nationality, religion, gender or social background, through the sail training experience so that they may grow to full maturity as individuals and members of society and their conditions of life may be improved.

3. Patrick Juchli, @patrickjuchli, maybeitsthelighting.com

Patrick Juchli is a software developer living in Berlin … visual and interactive applications are his main focus. His iPhone photo app Stilla is a gyroscopic camera. Of any given moment, you take two, three or more pictures. For every image, Stilla will then remember the direction you were looking at. The result resembles a crystal, a 3D object made of facets blending into each other as you turn it in your hand. You can share these fully interactive 3D objects with everyone online, in the browser, full screen.

All images: Norman Posselt