Month: October 2009


HYPE framework [Flash]

Created by Branden Hall & Joshua Davis, HYPE is a creative coding framework built on top of ActionScript 3. A major goal of HYPE is to allow newcomers to Flash and ActionScript to creatively play and express themselves while they are learning how to program. Flash has matured incredibly in the past decade, but it has done […]


1024 [Inspiration]

There have been many ‘projection’ projects recently but this morning I came across 1024. Created by Francois Wunschel and Pier Schneider (2 founders of EXYZT group), 1024 works on the interactions between 1024 Dimensions: Space, Sound, Visual, Light, Body, Architecture, City… Mostly built with Quartz Composer + custom plugins. Here is a selection of their […]


Super HyperCube [Windows, Games]

Designed and developed collaboratively by Polytron and Kokoromi for Gamma3D, Super Hypercube is a game of falling blocks built with support for red/cyan 3D glasses, and wiimote headtracking. Super Hypercube is a game about holes, and the cubes that love them. It explores the vast, mostly unexplored TRON-like tundra of stereoscopy and head tracking in games. […]


RockBand Robot [iPhone]

You wouldn’t normally read about Rock Band on CAN but it has been released for the iPhone and Joe Bowers would rather have something play it for him and so would we! The light sensor sends data to an Arduino, which is waiting for a spike in the data. The Arduino runs the sensor data […]


Daisyphone [iPhone, Java, Sound]

Described as the world’s first global live iPhone jam…Daisyphone lets you co-create short loops of music with your friends, over the net in real-time. Created by Nick Bryan-Kinns, Lead of the Interactional Sound and Music Group at the Centre for Digital Music, the app adopts ephemeral type loop interface where you pick and choose notes (four kinds of […]


Twitter Art Projects – Part 2 [WebApp]

“Where is your art” is a kinetic sound installation created by András Juhász Márton, Melinda Matúz, Gergely Kovács and Barbara Sterk. Once a visitor enters the room hacked toy robots start to chat about art, reading the most recent lines of twitter community. Each tweet that contains the word “art” was translated with a text […]


Thank You to CAN’s Sponsors [News]

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Graffiti Stencil Wall [openFrameworks]

Built with openFrameworks, Alex Beim and Tangible Interaction keep on making the graffiti wall better and better. This is a little demo of the new stencils function they have added together with new interface to load brushes (spray paints). The video was shot at Draw by Night, a Vancouver event organized by Myron Campbell. For […]


Karl Klomp [Inspiration]

Karl Klomp (’79 – NL), media artist – vj – theater technician. His research focus on live audiovisual expressions and interfacing with a fasination for glitch-art, hyperkinetic audio visuals and glitch grabbing. Dealing with video circuit bending, frame grabbing, hardware interfacing, max programming. Also doing commissioned video hardware tools for other artist. Together with Tom […]


Peripetics [Inspiration]

Peripetics or the Installation of an Irreversible Axis on a Dynamic Timeline Zeitguised made a piece in six acts for the opening exhibition at the Zirkel Gallery. It entails six imaginations of disoriented systems that take a catastrophic turn, including the evolution of educational plant-body-machine models and liquid building materials. See more amazing work at […]


Bus-Tops [Environment]

Bus-Tops is a London based project which was shortlisted and now won the Artists Taking The Lead fund, a collaboration between the Arts Council and LOCOG . The project intends to install a number of LED displays on the roof’s of Bus Shelters across London. It is going to be the largest physical computing project ever devised. Part of […]


Noby Noby Boy [iPhone, Games]

AppStore now counts about 500-800 daily releases/updates and with the recent news about Flash developers joining the ride, finding exciting new releases in the AppStore is going to become increasingly difficult. This is why rely on other blogs to get information directly from the developers and hopefully find jewels amongst the thousands of apps being […]