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31/10/2010 / Featured, Games, iOS

The recent weeks have been hectic for Spaces of Play. In september Spirits was presented at the Sense of Wonder Night Event at the Tokyo Game Show, and recently at the IndieCade in LA Spirits won the award for “Best Aesthetics”. In case ...
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27/09/2010 / Featured, News

FORM+CODE is the latest book by Casey Reas, Chandler McWilliams + LUST and published by Princeton Architectural Press. The book offers an insight into design by code used by designers, artists and architects to explore and derive to new ways of generating ...
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Those of you who have read this blog before will know that I do most of my work using Processing, an open-source programming language that was specifically created for artists and designers. It’s easy enough that you can learn the basics ...
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05/09/2010 / Featured, MaxMSP, Sound

Described as "one of the best audiovisual installations and a personal favourite of the prix ars electronica 2010" by Jonas Heuer, the rheo: 5 horizons is work by Ryoichi Kurokawa. The audio/visual piece has just won Golden Nicas prize in the ...
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In the last tutorial we used an openFrameworks application to control a process running on an Arduino board. In this tutorial we’re going to reverse that and use an Arduino board to control an openFrameworks application that’s playing back music ...
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03/07/2010 / c++, Events, Featured, Profile

Sosolimited is an art and design consultancy formed in 2003. The group specialises in interactive installation and audiovisual performance. They create immersive works that play on the immediacy of live media. I had a pleasure of hearing Sosolimited speak at the ...
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One of the my favorite things about creativeapplications.net has always been the small tags one can find beneath the name of an application indicating among other things, the technology used to create it. That little nod to the process and ...
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I have been following his work for some time now (10 years) but recently, at Flashbelt,  I had a pleasure of meeting Jared Tarbell and was deeply touched by his inquisitive nature. If you have seen Jared speak, or even better ...
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Scott Snibbe creates immersive interactive art that evokes powerful emotional and social engagement from viewers. His works are known for their positive social effects: fostering a sense of interdependence, promoting social interaction among strangers, and increasing viewers’ concentration. His artworks ...
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21/04/2010 / Featured, Theory

It's a pleasure to announce to CAN readers that this amazing project I have been working on for the past year is now live and ready for your perusal. The Archigram Archival Project [AAP] makes the work of the seminal ...
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18/04/2010 / Featured, Games, iOS

I had a chance to talk with Neven Mrgan about his upcoming game, The Incident. What's the basic premise of The Incident? The Incident is a fast-paced, retro-style game. Its hero is one Frank Solway, an ordinary guy whose life becomes a ...
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05/04/2010 / Featured, Flash, Games, Tutorials

In this tutorial, I'll explain how to develop a very simple Defender-style game using the open-source Flixel 2 game library for Flash. Flixel was written by Adam Saltsman and extracted from a couple of his own Flash games, including Gravity ...
    harddrivin

06/03/2010 / Featured, WebApp

Nearly 4 months since our last post on Twitter Art Projects but this time we have collected more diverse than ever collection of art installations/web projects that utilize twitter in a very unique way. From radio controlled cars to hand ...
    wordlclock02

25/02/2010 / Featured, iOS

With the incredible number of apps appearing in the AppStore daily, there is a number of very inspiring clock apps out there but finding them can be quite tricky. Mentioning each and every one in a single post on CAN ...
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28/01/2010 / Featured, iOS, News

Today Apple announced it's long rumored new product, the iPad. Hype has been reaching epic proportions leading up to the launch, though I would say that the device meets expectations without really offering anything truly groundbreaking in terms of technology. ...
    Satromizerbest

23/12/2009 / Featured, iOS

I have been told a number of times that apps CAN writes about are hardly ever the most sold or popular apps so why give so much attention to something that "people" don't like so much. It is also quite ...
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22/12/2009 / Featured, Objects, Other

If you were reading out tweets yesterday you would have picked up we received a very nice surprise from Nokia. Nicely wrapped box within a box with included christmas card, USB cable and a small instruction reading "Can't hack it...for ...
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28/10/2009 / Featured, 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 ...
    SteveAndBill

22/09/2009 / Featured, Mac, Theory

In 1963, my dad was looking for a job. Born in England and raised in Africa, he ended up in London after a few years of travel by ship and train. In those pre-pre-Craigslist days, people still searched for employment ...
    VibroplexBug

31/07/2009 / Featured, Theory

Morse Code does not need much introduction but for the case of argument it may be relevant to understand the cause of discovery before we address issues why this may be relevant now when more sophisticated methods of communicate are ...
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