Applying Sentiment Analysis to the Bible. Interesting project which algorithmically determines if a piece of text is positive (“I like cheese”) or negative (“I hate cheese”) to create Kurt Vonnegut like story shapes backed by quantitative data.
"NEVER FOREVER ...", a visualisation of empires, capturing all known empires, colonies and territorial occupations from 2334 BCE to today representing each empire as a slice in the pie beginning with a known start (+) and end (×) date.
a_Live_Arch, the implementation of a "site specific" sonic and visual installation in the SCIARC building creates a 'real- virtual' environment. It is an immersive Architectural space that is transformed by and interacts with users.
Greenpeace-commissioned artist John Quigley, travelling on board the Arctic Sunrise, made the massive ‘Melting Vitruvian Man’ -- to draw attention to how climate change is causing the rapid melting of sea ice to outstrip predictions.
Artist Bruno Kolberg from Berlin talks about the living disco ball-performance by Bella Berlin. She is wearing a tight suit covered all over with small mirrors and the reflecting laser-lights turn her body into a kaleidoscope.
Discover the V&A's "Power of Making" with an in depth look at the working lives of shoe designer Marloes ten Bhömer, crochetdermist Shauna Richardson, artist, curator and glass designer Matt Durran and flute-maker Stephen Wessel.