PROJECTS. Microcontrollers as Material We’ve developed a set of tools and techniques that make it easy to use microcontrollers as an art or craft material, embedding them directly into drawings or other artifacts. We use the ATtiny45 from Atmel, a small and cheap (~$1) microcontroller that can be glued directly to paper or other objects. We then construct circuits [...] Codeable Objects Codeable Objects is a library for Processing that enables novice coders, designers and artists to rapidly design, customize and construct an artifact using geometric computation using geometric computation and digital fabrication The programming methods provided by the library allow the user to program a variety of structures and designs with simple code and geometry.
HOW TO GET WHAT YOU WANT. Welcome to the KOBAKANT DIY Wearable Technology Documentation Example Projects ATtiny Snap Diamond A breakout board for the ATtiny84.
Designed to sit on the back of the hand and interface to 5 textile stretch sensors on three fingers. Ryan Joelson Fashion Design. Everything about Wearable Electronic. Home - Centre for Global eHealth Innovation. Electrolibrary by Waldek Węgrzyn - Paper book as interface. 2013 – Belgrade New Media Festival. Joanne McNeil is a writer interested in the ways technology is shaping art, identity, and culture.
Born in Zürich, Andreas Gysin lives and works as graphic designer between Berlin and Lugano. Writing custom programs is part of his design process independently of the output medium. Liam Young currently lives and works in London as an independent designer, futurist, critic and curator. Featured Speakers. This is a snapshot of the keynote speakers who will be featured at this year’s OKFestival, speaking at our INSPIRE Morning Plenary or during specific Topic Stream engagements throughout the festival week.
In many cases they have been directly nominated by Advisory Board members and Guest Programme Planners for their influential work in fields related to openness and transparency. Stay tuned for more speakers from around the world as they are confirmed. Hans Rosling is an award-winning academic, statistician and chairman of the Gapminder Foundation . Gapminder is a modern “museum” on the Internet which promotes sustainable global development and achievement of the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals .
It has developed the Trendalyzer software that converts international statistics into moving, interactive graphics. CCA Actions Exhibition. [text] Sophie Calle. By Petra Gördüren »In April 1981, at my request, my mother went to a detective agency. She hired them to follow me, to report on my daily activities, and to provide photographic evidence of my existence. . « Mcinen. The reCYCLER. Tim Schwartz » About. Tim Schwartz, Curriculum Vitae tim [at] timschwartz [dot] org - PGP Key Tim Schwartz grew up in St.
Louis, MO. He received a BA in Physics from Wesleyan University and an MFA in Visual Arts from the University of California, San Diego. In January 2010, he developed technology to help reunite missing people affected by the earthquake in Haiti and now organizes a group dealing with family reunification. In 2010, Schwartz spent four months traveling the country in a mobile research laboratory investigating what is lost as archives become digital. ART Mobile Lab. Create A Non-Existing Man Via Light Painting [Not For The Faint Of Heart] We have shown screen doing 3D extrusion before using both iPads and iPhones, but this is the first time we are featuring a tutorial that uses a 30″ monitor.
Photographer Zeke Adam (Flickr) agreed to share the secrets behind his non-existing man series, which basically light paints a non existing man. Duh… While Zeke uses high end software like 3D Studio Max and Cinema 4D, similar results can be achieved with free software (like Blender, which we featured before). Some of the steps are too complex to include in this tutorial, but we will refer you to the relevant places to learn or download shortcuts. Articulate: a Conversational Interface for Visual Analytics.
Chris Milk. Toshio Iwai - Electroplankton. Light Painting: the art of moving light, by Patrick Rochon. © Patrick Rochon Text and photographs by Patrick Rochon.
I started doing Light Painting photography in Montreal, Canada in 1992. I also used to do “traditional” photography but in 1997, flying to Tokyo from New York, I realized I would dedicated all my time to this art, I officially declared myself a Light Painter and never looked back at traditional photography. Now everything I do involves the movement of light. With Light Painting, I like collaborating with dancers and performers, shooting portraits, fashion, cars, high-end products and nudes. When I first started doing Light Painting with my friends I soon realized something special was happening. This is the first Light Painting that made follow my path. The base of Light Painting is easy and fun. Now with digital cameras it gets easier because you can see the results right away. HOME PAGE. Ideas, issues, knowledge, data - visualized! Light Painting? There's An App For That. Thecla Schiphorst and Susan Kozel : whisper: wearable body architectures.
Whisper: wearable body architecture is the working title of Thecla Schiphorst and Susan Kozel's new piece.
It is a new media participatory installation. The term "participatory installation," which was coined by the artists, refers to a participant's involvement in the evolution of the piece. Alex McLeod // Forever.