Conceived by Spanish photographer Óscar Monzón and developed by Espadaysantacruz Studio, KARMA is an interactive audiovisual experience designed for the iPad integrating photos, video and music created by Óscar Monzón.
Created by Lauren McCarthy, Crowdpilot lets you crowdsource your conversations by bringing a group of your friends or strangers along to listen.
Eliss by Steph Thirion gets an update. Not revolutionary, nor a re-write, simply perfect – just as the first release was.
Tale of Tales is 10 years old today. To celebrate the occasion, directors Auria Harvey & Michael Samyn are releasing a bundle with experiments and prototypes created over the past decade.
The latest two instalments of the *old works* by Lia include number 10 of the re-move.org and 21 pieces from the highly influential turux collection, both now available for the iOS.
Rintaro Shimohama, Naoki Nishimura and Shinya Wakaoka walk the streets of Tokyo to “Discover > Analyze > Reproduce” the fonts found in the signs of local stores.
The Raspberry Pi is a very exciting low cost computing platform aimed at the educational market. It offers reasonable performance in a small package at a price of $25, making it very attractive for creative computing projects. Here we show you how to run openFrameworks on the Raspberry Pi.
Drei is a game about logic, skill and collaboration for the iPad. The mission is simple but things tend get in the way… explosives, thunderstorms, gravity and sometimes incompetent colleagues.
The Nail Polish Inferno is a “Virtual Reality art show accessed through the Oculus Rift”. Developed with Unity in combination with 3D Studio Max, Geoffrey once again takes us on a virtual journey of the uncomfortable and unexpected.
‘Second Moon’ is a project by Katie Paterson that tracks the cyclical journey of a small fragment of the moon as it circles the Earth, via air freight courier, on a man made commercial orbit.
Unsigned Mirror is an application for Mac and Windows that allows you to create a slit-scan image by dragging an image to the mirror object in the window.
Created and written by Neven Mrgan & James Moore, Blackbar is a text game and a sci-fi story of a dystopian future told through the medium of word puzzles.