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Feltron Annual Report 2013

This report examines a year of Nicholas Felton’s communication data. It aspires to uncover patterns and insights within the data and metadata of a large and personal data set. Sources include conversations, SMS, telephone calls, email, Facebook messages and physical mail.If your name appears in this document, contact to request an archive of your […]

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Digital Fabrication Residency

We are very pleased to launch the Digital Fabrication Residency BETA session starting this September 2014. The residency is a pioneering project by Erik Guzman and Kari Britta Lorenson, both artists and educators, who after years of teaching digital technologies in a traditional academic setting, struck out to break not only the academic mold but […]

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Displayce is a series of experimental web interface patterns which appropriate the functionalities of Google’s mapping service. In a manner of purposeless play they try to allow for unintentional usage and perplexing aesthetics of (dis)orientation. via


Computational Fashion Master Class: Call for Participants | Eyebeam

Eyebeam and Shapeways are pleased to announce the first Computational Fashion Master Class. In this ten-day intensive course, participants will: Apply cutting-edge digital and 3D printing skills to a hands-on project Learn from and connect with leading fashion and tech experts Acquire industry insights to enhance your professional goals Participants will gain proficiency in a […]


roBOt Festival – CALL4ROBOT 2014

This open call – free admission, deadline 23th may – is searching for #lostmemories: it wonders the relationship between memory and its devices, therefore it asks for installations, video and animation projects, performances, photography, design and self-produced site specific works capable of telling and describing past/present/future stories (individual or collective) of places and people. Because […]


Building an Arduino out of Paper | MAKE

Following in the footsteps of the original Paperduino—and the Paperduino Leonardo—is the Paperduino Tiny. It’s a cheap Arduino-compatible board based around the ATtiny85 micro-controller, and you can probably put it together for around US$4. The difference? As you might have guessed from the name, it’s made of paper. via Building an Arduino out of Paper | […]


A Technique for 3D Printing of Soft Interactive Objects

This paper considers the design, construction, and example use of a new type of 3D printer which fabricates three-dimensional objects from soft fibers (wool and wool blend yarn). This printer allows the substantial advantages of additive manufacturing techniques (including rapid turn-around prototyping of physical objects and support for high levels of customization and configuration) to […]