Created by Dana Zelig, Traces project explores the concept of programming everyday materials, a form of “physical programming” where objects are “made to act” on some form following specific instructions.
Sprint are looking for artists and creatives working with technology as a medium to experiment and develop their practice, and who wish to work in close collaboration with Rambert’s dancers, choreographers and staff.
Future Corp in London are looking for a freelance UI Designer to work on wire-framing and art direction of the UI for a creative fashion-meets-technology brand client.
INDG in Amsterdam are looking for a Senior CG Artist to help them on the challenging journey to create the most beautiful and best-performing experiences for both clients and customers.
INDG in Amsterdam are looking for a Senior Art Director with an impressive track record of digital or online experience to join their team.
Created by David Bowen and titled “46°41’58.365″ lat. -91°59’49.0128″ long. @ 30m”, is a collection of five CNC routed clear acrylic cylinders capturing the water surface data from the source location.
The Supply are seeking a few creative front-end developers on the West Coast. LA, SF, Seattle, Portland. Great projects and teams.
Wildbytes is looking for a senior and a junior creative coders to join their team in Madrid to work on a groundbreaking audiovisual experience.
Carlo Ratti Associati are looking for a highly creative, flexible, independent and motivated individual to be involved in product and interaction design activities.
Cinimod Studio in London is looking for an experienced Embedded System Software Developer for a permanent position working across interactive art and lighting projects.
Earlier this year at ECAL (Lausanne/Switzerland), students were asked to develop projects using the Thymio robot during a one week workshop. Students worked then in group with the task to make Thymio(s) write a word, all those words was then put together to form a sentences that you can discover in the video below.
Created by Jonathan Fletcher Moore, Artificial Killing Machine is an autonomous mechanical installation that uses the public database on U.S. military drone strikes to visualise deaths of individuals that would otherwise be represented purely as statistical data.