Developed as a prototyping technique for 3d printing, WirePrint is a piece of software that allows printing of 3D objects as wireframe previews.
“Almost every part of our lives, from medicine to music, is now shaped, informed or controlled in some way by algorithms. They have become one of the most powerful forces shaping the 21st century, but remain invisible and impenetrable to all but a few.” – Matthew Falla, Founding Partner of Signal Noise As part of […]
New and upgraded version of Durr is now available! Having only made a handful devices the first time around, the team has spent the last few months getting a larger batch made to meet the demand. The device is designed, sourced, funded, and assembled by Skrekkøgle (Theo Tveterås & Lars Marcus Vedeler). Your can order one here or […]
BLOCK is a video game, which allows users to design and study the health of the city and ecological interdependencies of urban actors. It is founded on ideas of ecology, establishing the interdependencies of city entities such as housing, shops, parks and infrastructure. By allowing the player to understand how to use resources (money, waste, social capital), […]
Explore the mysterious new world of electromagnetic field (EMF) photography in this unique all-day workshop led by Luke Sturgeon and Shamik Ray at the Science Museum, London this weekend. During the workshop, you will use custom software involving an EMF sensor application and light mapping to capture the invisible electromagnetic fields surrounding everyday objects – […]
Polyfauna, an app-collaboration between Universal Everything, Thom Yorke, Stanley Donwood and Nigel Godrich has been updated to V2. Deeper interaction with the environment happens through touch. You bring life to the world – drawing a stroke creates the initial backbone of a creature, springing to life and drifting off into the wild. — Matt Pyke Read […]
A photo of a spaceship flying 250 millions miles away from Earth. Named Rosetta, floating in the pitch black vacuum of space photographed by its Philae daughtership, a lander that will soon arrive to the object on the background, the comet Churyumov–Gerasimenko. via Impressive photo of a spaceship 250 million miles away from Earth on Gizmodo | Source
FutureEverything is 20! We’re delighted to announce tickets for the 2015 FutureEverything Conference are on sale now. On February 26-28th they will celebrate their 20th anniversary, bringing artists, designers, city makers, activists, technologists and business people together for a two day conference in Manchester’s stunning Town Hall. The programme will feature inspiring talks from internationally renowned speakers, plus […]
Form is a tool that lets you build custom iOS prototypes directly on the device. Form prototypes are native. They have access to the device’s camera and other sensors. Prototypes built with Form are as powerful as their coded counterparts. Form is powered by Relative interface — a high performance graphics framework for iOS. It […]
“The Agency At The End Of Civilisation” is a real time interpretation of the data of the Internet of Cars project using the UK car number plate recognition system aligned with real time images from one hundred CCTV cameras in the region of South of England. The Agency At The End Of Civilisation By Stanza.
Nathan at Flowing Data recently posted this great visualization of Billboard’s top 100 songs – since the creation of their Hot 100 list in 1958. The list is based on airplay and sales. The image above are the songs in chart form. via Chart-Topping Songs as Graphs and Diagrams.
Regine Debatty talks to Vincent Debanne about his amazing Battleship photo series. In his Battleship photo series, Vincent Debanne transposed this kind of flamboyant spectacle to our days of growing wealth inequality. The artist sets the scene in well-known playgrounds for luxury yachts: the bays of Antibes and of St-Tropez in France. Using image manipulation, […]