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10/08/2012 / Events, Featured, Theory

Visualizations are created to make data more legible. They are intended to give us a neutral portrait, so to speak, of how collections of data relate to each other. In so doing, they make information accessible to us that would ...
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01/03/2012 / Arduino, Javascript, Scripts, WebApp

To encourage fitness in their studio, London design group Digit decided to use their R&D stream to create a new way for it's employees to compete against one another by the amount of times they walk up the stairs. Thanks to ...
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01/03/2012 / News

In case you've never seen or heard our dear friend and guest writer Jer Thorp speak on stage, this is a simple must. His talk from TEDxVancouver last November is finally online. Jer talks about the summer of 1985, when his father ...
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28/02/2012 / Processing, Sound

This project, made at CIID (Copenhagen Institut of Interaction Design), was part of their Generative Design class ran by Joshua Noble. Paper Note creates a tangible waveform from laser cut disks of paper. The user records a message, a sound or loads ...
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27/02/2012 / Processing

Diana Lange has created Processing application that searches for images on Flickr and creates these beautiful compositions based on the color data of the image. She explains: This little program looks for photos on flickr by a given search word. Afterwards, the colors ...