The Art of Coding, The Coding of Art is a conversation between Golan Levin and Zach Leiberman with Tyler Dorholt. These two minds expand the fields of art and coding by enriching them with consistently innovative and playful processes. Great read!
"Helping the artists of Philadelphia get their work made and out into the world...without chopping off any of their fingers." A new space for artists coming to Philadelphia needs help with their Kickstarter page.
Adventures with Molecular Gastronomy at lunch in Munich ~ Proscuitto e melone where it is melon caviar with ham foam... squirting parsley from a syringe into tomato consommé... foie gras ice cream... air salad.
Park supermarket park proposition from Van Bergen Kolpa Architecten for Randstad, the Netherlands. Part farm, part park, the idea is that the contents of a contemporary supermarket will be both cultivated and sold.
Wasserklang Modulsystem by Niklas Roy is a water powered multichannel sound installation using a water wheel in the forge of Berlin's Technikmuseum drives eight mechanical music boxes, each playing a different song.
Sometimes the friendly slopes turn hostile and every bit of survival skills needed. Jung Hoon Lee, Jung Eun Kim and Hyun Min Lee have conceptualized a snowboard/post with an OLED Safety Light embedded into the surface.
The 123-foot digital Data Wall at Lincoln Center in NYC. Part of the IBM Think Exhibit showing the potential that science and information technology have to make the world work better. Continues through October 23rd.
From Sept 30 - Oct 2, Minimaforms will stage a multimedia, smoke and laser performance. They will collect messages online and via text about memories and aspirations for Detroit, and these will be broadcast in a massive laser light display.
30 ways to kill a cowboy is a small animation that shows the acrobatics a western actor goes throught once he get shot. Funny and true, by Ed Barrett. It's also an upcoming portable game: Ready, Steady, Bang!
Raincatch by Hyeona Yang and Joshua Noble is a jacket that collects rainwater, purifies it, then stores it. The collar collects the water and with a charcoal purification system turns it into drinking water.
Laser cut ham and crackers! Vauxhall area laser cutting shop and studio Cut Laser Cut, works with unexpected materials, creating laser masterpieces, cutting and engraving materials from fabrics to foods!