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HALF MACHINE is interactive art installations, dance performance and concert events – complex collaborative art experiments involving the audience. An international group of artists create large scale light- and water installations, aerial suspensions, pyrotechnics, high voltage labs and more from recycled materials and electronic wizardry.
Table For Electronic Dreams Electronic objects are not only "smart", they "dream" in the sense that they leak radiation into the space and objects surrounding them, including our bodies.
wonders as such
Discrete time is the discontinuity of a function 's time domain that results from sampling a variable at a finite interval. For example, consider a newspaper that reports the price of crude oil once every day at 6:00AM. The newspaper is described as sampling the cost at a frequency of 24 hours, and each number that's published is called a sample.
The Sacred Geometry Of Music by Andrew Lorimer Music uses the laws of vibration to manifest aurally what exists at the center of everything.
The black dots are aliases of each other. The solid red line is an example of adjusting amplitude vs frequency. The dashed red lines are the corresponding paths of the aliases.
MakerWare 2.0.1 is now available with some important fixes to the recent release of MakerWare 2.0. Our goal is for everyone to understand these updates we make and how we make them, and what we’re working on next. Here’s what’s new:
The open-source Arduino environment makes it easy to write code and upload it to the i/o board.
Music Thing Hits: The cassette 808 Tony Blair's guitars Dude!
first image image: wei-chieh shih
(Part 5 in the series: Mind, the need for a new model) Does consciousness have a shape?
AquaJelly is an artificial autonomous jellyfish with an electric drive and an intelligent, adaptive mechanical system. AquaJelly consists of a translucent hemisphere and eight tentacles used for propulsion. At the centre of the AquaJelly is a watertight, laser-sintered pressure vessel.