The second edition of Project Pixel is now calling out to Moving Image Projection Artists. DEADLINE 5TH SEPTEMBER via Project Pixel Squared.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org to request an archive of your […]
After receiving a great number of amazing proposals – we wish we could show everything! – and long discussions between myself (Filip), Alex Flowers Digital Programmes, Ben Stopher London College of Communication and Elephant & Castle Mini Maker Faire, Louise Shannon Curator of Digital, V&A and Irini Papadimitriou, V&A – we can finally share the […]
As a designer, technologist and artist, Greg Borenstein has mined science fiction for storytelling tools that help communicate how new technologies feel and what they might mean to our world. In this talk, Greg presents projects that show some of what he has learned and outline ideas that may come in handy in your own […]
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 […]
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 http://www.jammersplit.de/displayce
Airports have fascinated Lauren O’Neill all her life. One day, thinking how they would look from above, she decided to go to Google maps and find out. She came across these amazing pictures and made a selection called Holding Patterns. via Satellite pictures of airports reveal their extreme complexity.
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 […]
Sunset is a narrative-driven first-person videogame that takes place in a single apartment in a fictional South American city in the early 1970s. You play a housekeeper called Angela Burnes. Every week, an hour before sunset, you visit the swanky bachelor pad of Gabriel Ortega. You are given a number of tasks to do, but […]
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 […]
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 | […]
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 […]