Putting The Pieces Back Together Again – The order of chaos

Created by Ralf Baecker, Putting The Pieces Back Together Again is an artistic investigation and meditation about complex systems and scientific methodology. Consisting of 1250 stepper motors arranged in a two dimensional grid, each motor in the installation moves in a random direction, sometimes intersecting and reversing direction, producing emergent constellations and behaviours.

02/11/2018
Oh my ( ) – Calling for GOD in 48 languages using Twitter API

Created by Noriyuki Suzuki, “Oh my ( )” is an installation that calls GOD in 48 languages using Twitter API. The machine monitors the Twitter timeline in real time and when a tweeted text includes a word, god ( in various languages ), speakers sound “oh my ( god in the tweeted language )” at the same time.

14/09/2017
Linger – Device to create and broadcast a virtual crowd

Created by Jasper van Loenen, Linger is a small, portable device that allows you to create and blend into a virtual crowd by storing the specific WiFi signals from everyone that comes near you, and rebroadcasting their signals infinitely when they leave, making it seem as if they are still there.

27/04/2017
Aposematic Jacket – Wearable computer for self-defense

Sorry, this is Members Only content. Please Log-in. Join us today by becoming a Member. Archive: More than 3,500 project profiles, scores of essays, interviews and reviews.Publish: Post your projects, events, announcements.No Ads: No advertisements, miners, banners.Education: Tutorials (beginners and advanced) with code examples, downloads.Jobs Archive: Find employers who have recruited here in the past…

20/10/2014

Created by Dries Depoorter and currently exhibited at the New Media Gallery, ‘Seattle Crime Cams’ questions the sense of citizens responsibility in the age where technology has enabled us to participate globally.

Created by Ignacio Pérez (ECAL MID), Overloaded.supply is a critical tool that questions our models of manufacturing and consumption, exploiting the control of creation algorithms in order to interrogate current patterns of design, production and legislation.

Created by panGenerator, “Icons” is an exhibition exploring our shared cultural “imaginarium” of digital gestures, symbols, and artefacts, dragging them out onto a physical space, enabling audiences a direct, tactile confrontation and – also literally – a different visual perspective.

Created by Saurabh Datta, ‘mi/e-metic self’ is an installation that represents a sculptural being, a memetic representation of an evolved us.

Digital Atmosphere is a Mixed Reality experience from internationally renowned digital artist duo Daria Jelonek and Perry-James Sugden, known as Studio Above&Below. The piece looks at how technology and art can illuminate the quality of air, usually invisible to the naked eye, and bring us an urgent step closer to a sustainable future. At a…

Created by Dries Depoorter, ’24h Sunrise/Sunset’ is an installation that displays a realtime sunset and sunrise somewhere happening in the world with the use of CCTV.

TAMI (Tangible Mathematics Interface) is an interface that facilitates the learning of the basics of trigonometry. Comprised of a tabletop display and a series of physical controllers, users can manipulate mathematical parameters and see the results on-screen in real-time.

Created by Richard Vijgen, ‘WiFi Impressionist’ is a field installation inspired by the cityscapes of William Turner that imagines the city as an electromagnetic landscape.

Postgraduate designers from Imperial College and the Royal College of Art have developed an alternative positioning system based on the polarized vision of insects.

Created by Bjørn Karmann and Tore Knudsen, Alias is a teachable “parasite” that is designed to give users more control over their smart assistants, both when it comes to customisation and privacy.

Created by Marta Revuelta, AI Facial Profiling, Levels of Paranoia is a project exploring the potential and implication of AI technologies by proposing a machine that recognises the ability of an individual to handle firearms and predicts their potential to cause harm from a biometric analysis of their face.

Created by Ralf Baecker, Putting The Pieces Back Together Again is an artistic investigation and meditation about complex systems and scientific methodology. Consisting of 1250 stepper motors arranged in a two dimensional grid, each motor in the installation moves in a random direction, sometimes intersecting and reversing direction, producing emergent constellations and behaviours.

Created by Taipei based Keith Lam, Seth Hon and Alex Lai, “Cycling Wheel” in an installation and performance that borrows the concept of Marcel’s Bicycle Wheel and re-imagines it as a dynamic and interactive performative instrument, transforming its mechanics into sound and light.

Created by Michael Candy, “Synthetic Pollenizer” is a conceptual intervention in real-world ecological systems using artificial flowers. Inspired by natural pollenizers, these robotic replicas artificially pollinate bees, integrating into the reproductive cycle of local flora; an initiative into a cybernetic ecology.

Created by Arvind Sanjeev, Lumen is a mixed reality storytelling device that lets users explore AR/VR content without being confined to headsets or mobile devices.

Created by Noriyuki Suzuki, “Oh my ( )” is an installation that calls GOD in 48 languages using Twitter API. The machine monitors the Twitter timeline in real time and when a tweeted text includes a word, god ( in various languages ), speakers sound “oh my ( god in the tweeted language )” at the same time.

Created by Román Torre and Ángeles Angulo (Rotor Studio), THERO is an object designed to allow users to manage and be aware of their data traffic in a (literally) physical way.

Created by Seoul based artistic duo Shinseungback Kimyonghun, ‘Animal Classifier’ is an AI trained to divide animals into arbitrary classifications to foreground the imperfections and edge cases in classification systems.

Created by Jasper van Loenen, Linger is a small, portable device that allows you to create and blend into a virtual crowd by storing the specific WiFi signals from everyone that comes near you, and rebroadcasting their signals infinitely when they leave, making it seem as if they are still there.

Created by Jonas Eltes at FABRICA, “Lost in Computation” is a a multilingual conversation between two Chatbot AIs trained in Swedish and Italian, translated through Google Translate, exploring how the multiple layers of computation in today’s digital landscape distorts our communication.

Julian Oliver’s latest hardware provocation is a fake cellular tower masquerading as an HP laserjet printer. The device evokes ubiquitous ‘StingRay’ surveillance technology and the real (fake) cell towers that pepper urban landscape.

Created by Riccardo Lardi, The Reality Gap is a research project that investigates how robot movements evoke empathy towards humans and speculates where will the next generation of robotic systems come from and where will they go.

Created by Copenhagen-based artist and researcher Tobias Ebsen, Poème Mécanique is an electromechanical sound sculpture produced for Espace culturel Georges-Émile-Lapalme, a public walkway connecting the Place-des-Arts metro and Complexe Desjardins in Montréal.

Created by Jonathan Fletcher Moore, Artificial Killing Machine is an autonomous mechanical installation that uses the public database on U.S. military drone strikes to visualise deaths of individuals that would otherwise be represented purely as statistical data.

Created by Berlin based studio Quadrature, Satelliten is a custom build machine that brings the invisible movement of passing satellites in lower orbit to a tangible medium and scale.

Sorry, this is Members Only content. Please Log-in. Join us today by becoming a Member. Archive: More than 3,500 project profiles, scores of essays, interviews and reviews.Publish: Post your projects, events, announcements.No Ads: No advertisements, miners, banners.Education: Tutorials (beginners and advanced) with code examples, downloads.Jobs Archive: Find employers who have recruited here in the past…

Vincent & Emily are two self-willed robots who are in a conflict between each other and their surroundings, designed to explore solitude of a partner relationship and their impulses.

Count

30

Tags

  • Cctv
  • Citizen
  • Disaster tourism
  • Dries Depoorter
  • Exhibition
  • Installation
  • Privacy
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Ecal
  • ESP32
  • Firebase
  • GAN
  • Generative
  • Ignacio Pérez
  • Javascript
  • P5js
  • Patent
  • Python
  • RunwayML
  • StyleGAN2
  • Webgl
  • 3d-printing
  • Arduino
  • Black gravel
  • C
  • Camera
  • Events
  • Interaction
  • Interface
  • Led
  • Led strips
  • Mac
  • Neural network
  • Nintendo
  • Nodejs
  • Nokia
  • PanGenerator
  • Plywood
  • Processing
  • Projection mapping
  • Projector
  • Servo
  • Solenoid
  • Thermal printer
  • Ai
  • Custom BIOS
  • DeepAI
  • Featured
  • Giphy API
  • MQTT
  • NFS
  • Saurabh Datta
  • Shell scripts
  • C Sharp
  • C Sharp)
  • LWRP
  • Magic Leap
  • Unity
  • VFX
  • Pcb
  • Alexander Miller
  • Allison Chan
  • Capacitive sensor
  • Celine Wong Katzman
  • Che-Wei Wang
  • ChucK
  • Danny Garfield
  • DTrace
  • Education
  • Esther Bouquet
  • Fernando Ramallo
  • FIlip Wolak
  • Francisco Rojo
  • Galen Macdonald
  • Gia Castello
  • Glsl
  • Hall Effect sensors
  • Iain Nash
  • Incandescent lightbulbs
  • Katherine Rae Diemert
  • Lauren Gardner
  • Lcd
  • LED strip
  • Lia Coleman
  • Mark Anthony Hernandez Motaghy
  • Markov Chain
  • Mathilde Mouw-Rao
  • Matrix display
  • Max Bittker
  • Maxwell Neely-Cohen
  • Melanie Hoff
  • Natalie Rothfels
  • Olivia Ross
  • OpenFrameworks
  • Photogrammetry
  • Photoresistor
  • Receipt printer
  • Rhinoceros
  • Sebastian Morales
  • SFPC
  • Shelby Wilson
  • Stefan Pelikan
  • Taeyoon Choi
  • Taylor Levy
  • Thermochromic pigment
  • Tiriree Kananuruk
  • Todd Anderson
  • Tsige Tafesse
  • Yuzhu Chai
  • Zach Lieberman
  • Zai Aliyu
  • Francisco Fuentes
  • Joaquin Dominguez
  • Maria Elena Errazuriz
  • Mauricio Herrera
  • Trigonometry
  • Antena
  • City
  • Drawing
  • Instrument
  • Richard Vijgen
  • Scanner
  • Wifi
  • 3-5954A handheld transceiver
  • Acrylic
  • Apple computer
  • Ariel Uzal
  • AxiDraw
  • Bomani Oseni McClendon
  • C++
  • Cardioid microphone
  • Cellular automata
  • Cement
  • Digital camera
  • E-ink display
  • Electronics
  • Gif
  • Greg Sadetsky
  • ImageMagick
  • Infrared
  • Invisible ink
  • IPhone
  • Javier de Azkue
  • Joseph Wilk
  • Juan Miguel Marin
  • Luisa Fabrizi
  • Madmapper
  • Mar G. Mcmahon
  • MaxMSP
  • Melissa Holmes
  • Micro-controller
  • Mirror
  • Model Magic clay
  • Motor
  • OBS
  • Paper
  • Pen
  • Piezo sensor
  • Polycarbonate tube
  • Printed paper
  • PyTorch
  • Resistor
  • Rockite
  • Sara Khan
  • Servo motor
  • Sheldon Chang
  • SN74HC595N multiplexer
  • Stefanie Schirmer
  • Tablet
  • Vivienne La
  • Voice
  • Webcam
  • Website
  • Yehwan Song
  • Diy
  • Flora Weil
  • Gps
  • Keren Zhang
  • Navigation
  • Open source
  • Samuel Iliffe
  • States Lee
  • Tools
  • 3d printing
  • Alexa
  • Bjørn Karmann
  • Google
  • Keras
  • Siri
  • Smart assistant
  • Socket.IO
  • Tore Knudsen
  • Artificial intelligence
  • CNN
  • Dmx
  • Facial detection
  • Head
  • PDF print
  • ScrapeBox
  • Streaming Image Analysis
  • VGGFaces
  • Behaviour
  • Chaos
  • Complexity
  • Emergence
  • Ralf Baecker
  • Random
  • Randomness
  • Robotics
  • Alex Lai
  • Keith Lam
  • Light
  • Performance
  • Seth Hon
  • Sound
  • Taipei
  • Taiwan
  • Actuators
  • Ecology
  • Michael Candy
  • Nature
  • Process
  • Prototype
  • Simulation
  • System
  • AR
  • Arvind Sanjeev
  • Ciid
  • Classification
  • Darknet
  • Environment
  • Future of the screen
  • Laser projector
  • Machine learning
  • Mixed reality
  • Screen
  • Screen futures
  • Vr
  • Yolo
  • Belief
  • Bremen
  • God
  • Language
  • Noriyuki Suzuki
  • Social media
  • Student
  • Twitter
  • Ángeles Angulo
  • Device
  • Internet
  • Network
  • Object
  • Provacy
  • Román Torre
  • Rotor Studio
  • Security
  • Tor
  • Analysis
  • Shinseungback Kimyonghun
  • Tensorflow
  • Training
  • Analytics
  • Camouflage
  • Database
  • Hacking
  • Jasper van Loenen
  • Tracking
  • Chat bot
  • Fabrica
  • Google translate
  • Jonas Eltes
  • Translation
  • WebSockets
  • Adnan Agha
  • Agustín Ramos Anzorena
  • Alex Wagner
  • Baku Hashimoto
  • Bryan Wilson
  • Caitlin Morris
  • Cinema4d
  • Computation
  • Computer science
  • Dan Gorelick
  • Dannie Wei
  • Francis Tseng
  • Hiroshi Okamura
  • Ingrid Burrington
  • Jason Toy
  • Kaleidoscope
  • Katrina Allick
  • Medhir
  • Media art
  • Media technology
  • Osc
  • Patricio Gonzalez Vivo
  • Philip David
  • Physical Computing
  • Printing
  • Ps3eye
  • Publishing
  • Ramsey Nasser
  • Report
  • Robby Kraft
  • Ruby Childs
  • School
  • Sequencer
  • Showcase
  • Teaching
  • Visualization
  • Disrupted networks
  • GSM
  • Infrastructure
  • Julian Oliver
  • Nib.js
  • Sms
  • Surveillance
  • Welcome.js
  • YatesBTS
  • Design interactions
  • Rca
  • Riccardo Lardi
  • System thinking
  • Systems
  • Flip-disc
  • Human Futures
  • Montreal
  • MUTEK
  • NFB
  • Quartier des spectacles
  • Sculpture
  • Tobias Ebsen
  • Data
  • Drones
  • Jonathan Fletcher Moore
  • Arduino microcontroller
  • Drawing machine
  • Machine
  • Mapping
  • Quadrature
  • Satellite
  • Scale
  • Space
  • Tangible
  • Topology
  • Wearables
  • Carolin Liebl
  • Mimicry
  • Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler
  • Opencv
  • Servos