Category Archives: art & performance

Jim Campbell

Jim Campbell does light sculptures using very low-resolution video displays made of LEDs or light bulbs, showing short, silent films. Continue reading

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Robot Clothes

Robot Clothes is James Powderly and Michelle Kempner’s company and blog on robotics and wearable technologies. Includes some useful how-to’s and interesting projects. Continue reading

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International Fashion Machines

“International Fashion Machines is a design and research company whose broad mission is to understand and transform the aesthetic and material properties of technology…. IFM’s projects in this area range from one-of-a kind interactive textile artworks to research for the military and design and strategy for the fashion industry.” Continue reading

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Music Thing Blog

The Music Thing Blog is a collection of resources and articles on all things related to digital and interactive music systems. If you’re interested in interaction design and music, it’s worth a read. Continue reading

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Sajjadah 1426

Sajjadah 1426 is a prayer rug woven with electroluminescent wire that increases its brightness as it’s pointed more toward Mecca. A compass module built into the rug senses the orientation and changes the brightness of the EL wires. Continue reading

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Eruvim in Manhattan

Elliott Malkin has done an interesting project on Eruvim in Manhattan. Continue reading

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Axel Mulder’s Page

Axel Mulder’s page on Movement & Music Technorati Tags: art, electronics, music, pcomp, physical computing

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IRCAM

IRCAM’s Site for Gesture Capture in Music Technorati Tags: art, computer vision, electronics, music, pcomp, physical computing

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Turbulence.org

Turbulence is an organization that commissions and develops net art by emerging and established artists. They’ve been around since 1996, and have sponsored a lot of interesting work. Continue reading

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Experiments in Art & Technology

This biographical note from the Getty site, which details the project well, explains it in a nutshell:”E.A.T., an organization devoted to promoting the interaction between art and technology, developed from the philosophies of Marshall McLuhan and Buckminster Fuller…. Staff and participants explored or experimented with these and the precursors of many technologies that are now commonplace: chat lines, fax machines, lasers, cable television, and digitized graphics.”By the early 1970s, E.A.T.’s artist and engineer matching service, called the Technical Services Program, boasted 6, 000 members. Continue reading

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