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28/02/2011 / Events, openFrameworks

Niklas Roy has just sent us details of his "My Lttle Piece of Privacy" project Ver 2 now making it's way accross France for a number of exhibition in Créteil, Maubeuge and Lille. Named “Big Brother” (as it is about 10cm wider ...
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27/02/2011 / Objects

The inPulse was originally a BlackBerry peripheral, but now, it's a fully programmable device Bluetooth wrist computer. It's manufacturer Allerta released an SDK few week back, which lets the 52Mhz ARM7 processor and 8Kb of RAM within display whatever you'd like on ...
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27/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Fabricate Yourself is a project by Karl D.D. Willis that documented the Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction Conference. Given the tangible theme of the conference Karl decided to engage the community by capturing and fabricating small 3D models of attendees. Attendees firstly capture ...
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25/02/2011 / vvvv

Johannes Timpernagel, Robert Pohle and Sebastian Huber have just completed the music video for the saxophone quartet sonic.art from Berlin using a combination of analogue and digital techniques. The team filmed the four members of the quartet last year in ...
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25/02/2011 / Processing

Continuum is the latest project by Mary Huang, past student of  Design | Media Arts at UCLA, and Interaction Design at CIID. The project is an attempt to blend rapid fabrication, interactive software, and the accessibility of the web, to let ...
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25/02/2011 / News

Fortune Boat Workshop - Lao Jianhua, V&A Designer in Residence The V&A and the Sackler Centre for arts education has just announced has a new opportunity, for a small group of designers/makers to have a studio at the V&A for six months commencing ...
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23/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Little Magic Stories is the latest project by Chris O'Shea, with aim to encourage children to use their creativity to bring stories to life. The installation allows them to create a performance from within their imagination, on stage, in front ...
    patterns00x

21/02/2011 / Cinder, MaxMSP

Created by David Dalmazzo, Dazzled Project is an attempt to compose a generative particle environment that could at the same time create structures and sounds. The application uses both MaxMSP and Cinder via OSC bridge allowing sounds generated from max be ...
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21/02/2011 / Objects

Created by Kuan-Ju Wu, Giffi is a construction kit which allows children to build their own robots or kinetic sculptures. It consists of 3D printed moving parts supporting parts. Moving part include three types: rotating, linear actuating and sweeping with each part ...
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20/02/2011 / Events, Processing

Three levels beneath the pavement in London’s busy Marylebone road is a cavernous space. Previously home to the Polytechnic of Central London’s engineering department it was once a place to build and test physical structures. Now part of the University ...
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18/02/2011 / Flash

NewSpeak is a project created by Immo Blaese for anticensor, the 10th Web Biennial at the Istanbul Contemporary Art Museum. As new words are picked up every minute, NewSpeak will display the opposite meaning (antonym) based on an Orwellian scenario of ...
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18/02/2011 / MaxMSP, Processing

Created by created by Beetroot, PhotoBiennale- Sites is a retrospective presentation of the Photobiennale Topos festival displaying 2330 works-sites by 266 photographers from 36 countries. Toogether with developing the visual identity for the festival, the team also installed an interactive table, inviting visitors ...
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17/02/2011 / iPad, openFrameworks

Created by Steve Varga and what originally began as his thesis in the MFA DT program at Parsons the New School for Design, Pennant is an interactive history of baseball now available for the iPad. Pennant's rich interface allows fans ...
    114type06

16/02/2011 / Mac

Created by our own Emilio Gomariz (CAN posts) with sound by Dylan Fisher , 114.psd Type is a simple typography designed with the help of Mac OS X, a progression from Folder Type piece Emilio created 2 years ago. The idea for this ...
    memory00x

14/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Created by Matthias 'moka' Dörfelt, Selective Memory Theatre is a machine-like perception and memory installation which receives the newest images from flickr that get distorted, mixed and blended to pursue notion of sensory noise and portray memory and perception. Simultaneously ...
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14/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Created by Anthony DeVincenzi, David Lakatos, Matthew Blackshaw, Daniel Leithinger and Hiroshi Ishii at the MIT Lab, Recompose is a system for manipulation of an actuated surface. By utilising openCV, Kinect (i believe) and gesture recognition the team is working ...
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13/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Candid shots from Union Square NYC subway created using Kinect and SLR camera by James George in collaboration with Alexander Porter. Video is forthcoming but for now only images below. We couldn't wait but post these 3D fragments of time ...
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10/02/2011 / Processing

Music video for Catalina, a track off the Chocolat EP by Moullinex, released in January on Gomma Records created using Kinect + Processing + Cinema 4D + After Effects. We started with the Kinect interface library developed for Processing and made ...
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10/02/2011 / Objects, Processing

Spotify Player is the work of Jordi Parra and his degree project: a device to listen to Spotify at home. In a nutshell the objects consists of Processing sketch, Arduino and an RFID reader. Each RFID tag can be assigned to a Spotify ...
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09/02/2011 / Processing

Created by Joshua Noble, Chris Bierbower and Mette Lyckegaard, The Binary Counter is an interactive display and teaching tool for kids to explore the most basic building blocks of digital information: 1's and 0's. The team broke a byte into ...
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08/02/2011 / News

Created by KS12 / Emergence Collective, The Future of Art is a video shot, edited and screened at the Transmediale festival 2011 in Berlin. What are the defining aesthetics of art in the networked era? How is mass collaboration changing notions ...
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08/02/2011 / iPad, Sound

Konkreet Performer is an OSC music control and performance instrument created by Berlin based Konkreet Labs collective. Instead of faders and knobs, Performer allows you to remotely operate music or visual software on your computer, using interactive visualisations. Any software that allows ...
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07/02/2011 / Objects, Processing

The Dromolux MA Design Interactions project at the RCA by Ludwig Zeller addresses the possible increase in cognitive performance of future generations. This device is a speed reading trainer that flashes words at a high pace using a strobe light ...
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07/02/2011 / iPad, iPhone, openFrameworks

Latest installation/project by Aircord, building on their 3D projected screens, includes a Naked-eye 3D Display with Web Socket based multi user interaction. The setup works around allowing multiple users to scan QRcode, be redirected to a website accessible via mobile Safari ...
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06/02/2011 / Sound, vvvv

"Goethe Institut Barcelona" is the latest work by Sebastian Neitsch. The project consits in a simple audio-reactive installation in the entrance hall of the Goethe Institute in Barcelona. A microphone hanging from the ceiling picks up sound which gets transformed ...
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06/02/2011 / Objects, Processing

Currently on display at RCA as part of Design Interactions "work-in-progress" show is the Known Unknowns, a project by Steffen Fiedler and Jonas Loh that questions our relationship to randomness. The project investigates if randomness exists or if it is ...
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03/02/2011 / Objects

Developed by Jarashi Suki and the IAMAS Ubiquitous Interaction Research Group in 2009, Esper Domino is a wireless network, connected between the domino blocks allowing them to interact without physical contact. Each block, can fall over when it receives a signal from ...
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02/02/2011 / Processing

mis.shap.en.ness are the latest experiments by Reza Ali who we have covered on CAN a number of times in the past. The images below were created with a processing utilizing springs and particles. The program allows you to enter a ...
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02/02/2011 / Objects

Robo-Rainbow is one of Akay's also known as Karl Adam Warrol, “Instruments of Mass Destructions”, a.k.a. “complicated technical solutions to aide in simple acts of vandalism”. Battery powered Arudino board controlling servos which apply pressure to the spray can nozzles together ...
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01/02/2011 / openFrameworks

Childhood Ghosts is an interactive animation created by Eric John Olson using openFrameworks with a series of hand drawn frames of a child. The installation allows visitors to engage digital character via a set of predefined tracked movements, a sort ...