On first glance a vacant warehouse in downtown Los Angeles might read as derelict industrial space, but look a little closer and you can see the glimmer of a nascent world class media lab. Three weeks ago, LA Game Space stormed onto Kickstarter with an ambitious proposal to transform the raw space that they’d scouted […]
2013-14 Terminal Awards call for proposals. $500 stipend for web-based work, jurored by CAN’s Greg J. Smith
Created along with the english indie band The xx, Matt Mets, Aramique Krauthamer and Kyle McDonald created an exhibit that incorporates the band’s music into a room full of stepper motor controlled speakers that pivot to follow listeners as they move through the space. Missing is part of Coexist, an exhibition cycle at the Sonos […]
13-15 December @ 923 Market St, San Francisco via Art Hack Day.
RGB-D and “Clouds” needs no introduction on CAN but it is exciting that the project authors, James George and Jonathan Minard have just launched a Kickstarter to complete their interactive film and they need our support! CAN featured the project a number of times already. First time on the interwebs back in February 2011, then only […]
The Chromosaturation creates an artificial environment composed of three color chambers, one red, one green and one blue that immerse the visitor in a completely monochrome situation. via Chromosaturation | iGNANT.de.
In collaboration with Hypersonic Engineering & Design and Kyle McDonald the team used LIDAR sensors via ZIGELBAUM + COELHO – Reach.
Animatronic Lamp is an exploration into the expressive and behavioural potentials of robotic computing. Using Processing, Arduino, and OpenCV, the Lamp is given the ability to be aware of its environment, and to expresses a dynamic range of behaviour.
Some projects come unnoticed but they deserve to be in the CAN archive. Created by Stefan Schwabe sometime last year, Vestalia is an automated candle light which runs in an enclosed environment under a bell jar. The candle can be ignited and extinguished by a switch. This is achieved by air that circulates using fans, while smoke gets filtered and blown away. “Vestalia illustrates the […]
The Glockentar is a robotic glockenspiel triggered by plucking guitar strings. Each time a string is plucked a corresponding bell is struck by a solenoid placed above the bell. via Aaron Sherwood-Glockentar.
Reminds me of ART+COM piece from some years back. Galaxy Note II – Liquid Pixels – Samsung – YouTube.
creates interesting colourful environments using video projection over colourful pieces of plastics. via Bahar Yurukoglu | TRIANGULATION BLOG.