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Emerging trajectories in art, science, and technology.

226 pages of conversation, research, opinion, analysis. Step into artists' studios and workshops to discover the faces, personalities, and processes behind important work. Learn more!

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16/10/2012 / Games, iPad

Created by Nadezda Suvorova (concept and design), Jérémie Forge (sound design) and Pierre Rossel/Nadezda Suvorova (development), OKO is a graphic puzzle  game for the iPad that uses imagery from NASA database. The goal is to reconstruct an image by stopping rotating ...
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16/04/2012 / WebApp

In conceptualizing and exploring the city we rely a range of smaller areas—neighbourhoods, boroughs, wards and districts—in order to make urban space intelligible. While we can readily discuss how neighbourhoods are shaped by physical geography (topography, adjacency to lakes or ...
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12/07/2011 / c++

See Something or Say Something is a project by Eric Fischer which maps out locations of Flickr pictures (red dots) and locations of Twitter tweets (blue dots). Note the white dots are locations that have been posted to both services. Although there ...
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16/05/2011 / Theory

One of the interesting cultural by-products to have emerged from the American assassination of Osama bin Laden is the public's sudden fascination with situation rooms. As noted by Alexia Tsotsis on TechCrunch last week, the photograph of Obama and his national security ...
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25/07/2010 / Processing

Created by Christian Marc Schmidt & Liangjie Xia, Invisible Cities is a information mapping project that reveals social networks present within the urban environment. The application, built using Processing, allows realtime mapping of activity on Twitter and Flickr by displaying intensities ...
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13/10/2009 / Mac, Processing, Windows

Created by Dave Shea, Elevation is a free, open source Mac and Windows application built using Processing that allows you visualise GPS data in 3D space. You’ll need to have a GPS-equipped phone or device capable of tracking your activity as you run, hike, cycle, ...
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16/07/2009 / iPhone

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20/10/2008 / iPhone

Twittervision is a real-time geographic visualization of posts to Twitter for the iPhone. Based on the web app available here developed by Samuel Morse, meet Carl Jung, it is a beautiful way to look/follow posts to twitter on the iPhone. Twittervision is not designed ...