All posts tagged: analogue

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RGB Colorspace Atlas by Tauba Auerbach

Created by Tauba Auerbach is the 8 x 8 x 8-inch hard-back book illustrating the RGB gradient in a page-by-page format. Using a digital offset print on paper with airbrushed cloth cover, the book shows the full gradient of blue axis offset. The special binding was co-designed by the artist herself in collaboration with Daniel […]

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re:publica 2012 analogue twitter wall by Precious – 38,378 printed tweets

For re:publica, one of Europe’s largest conferences about social media, blogging and the digital society, Precious design studio created an analogue twitter wall to deter visitors from their usual stares at the digital screens by bringing the virtual to the physical space and creating action around it. During the course of 3 days a total […]

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Glitch Reality II [Objects]

Following from Glitch Reality No1 commissioned by It’s Nice That for Nike, Glitch Reality 2 by Matthew Plummer-Fernandez and David Gardener is a new iteration of exploring physical objects in glitch form. The process is an interesting one, applying digital methodology to alter physical objects. Matthew Plummer-Fernandez explains: A tea set was created by purchasing non-matching tea set […]

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Thermochromic Clock [Arduino]

Thermochromic Clock by CW&T is a 4-digit 7-segment timepiece. Each segment in the display is made with a length of nichrome wire and then covered by a thick layer of black thermochromic paint. Time is displayed by applying voltage to the nichrome wire. As the wire sustains an electric current, it heats up the surrounding thermochromic paint, […]

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Unfolded Liquid [Processing]

Unfolded Liquid (2011) is a program of computer-assisted folding Etienne Cliquet designed with the help of programmer Robin Fercoq. The video includes Etienne, presenting himself as an editor to read and save folds. The software, built in Java (Processing?) allows realtime editing of origami fold, followed by Etienne making the pieces out of paper. Project Page /via Douglas E. Stanley See also Make A Snowflake Yours [Processing] – Create a […]