Drone and remote display tech are moving so fast that things like this were bound to happen – couldn’t agree more with Rich of prosthetic knowledge. See video below for full explanation of what is happening. This is a pre event that happened in France, organized by airgonay, a quadcopter racing fanatic association. via prosthetic knowledge | […]
Make It Wearable is a global initiative by Intel aiming to inspire ideas and fuel innovation that will evolve personal computing in exciting new ways. In the video below The Creators Project profiles Team Nixie, who are developing a wearable drone camera, which can be worn around your wrist. The team will be presenting their prototype for […]
This video by Marshmallow Laser Feast and Analog is a study of mortality that explores photogrammetry techniques, capturing the real-life model using 94 DSLR cameras and creating photo-realistic renderings in 3d.
In collaboration with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, the ZKM has organized a competition within the Science Year 2014 – The Digital Society: all those interested are invited to experiment with this new technology developed by the ZKM.
Powered by the multiply changing, rising and ebbing granular high-frequency, dissolves into a pointillist delirium of colored dots in the latest piece by Rainer Kohlberger
A series of aluminium structures with programmable LED strips, constructing fragments of text that originated in the process of sourcing electronic components from China.
Recent Royal College of Art (RCA) design graduate David Hedberg’s Smile TV turns the medium’s engagement pattern on its head: instead of making you smile at on-screen silliness, you have to “smile to watch”.
Patatap is a portable animation and sound kit for iOS that allows you to play with versatile melodies charged with colourful geometric graphics.
Created by Lafkon, etcpp is an animation created using Processing and a Pen Plotter where animation frames are drawn into various granular matter.
“The motion triptych shows an interpretation of what the initial concepts would have looked liked if they were not realised as a line of runway clothes but spontaneously realized themselves as autonomous life forms.”
Referencing the work of Archigram, Universal Everything continue to explore body and movement with the latest evolving video sculpture titled “Walking City”.
Project explores narratives through colour, line, and form found in geographic satellite imagery. Utilising Google Earth together with custom software, the final install spans over 27 HD screens pointing locations of the films that have been produced by IFP.