I love the way technology can enable us twist time and space into beautiful knots of artistic merit.
Here are some dots…
New York publishes its’ data in this open data portal. Obviously this has an enormous amount of potential to analyze and understand our city, but also to create location-based experiences which are contextually aware.
Brian Eno discussing the beginning of generative music in ‘96. Definitely hints at future music making tools like Ableton Live. So much has changed…
Some cool bendy action..
i’m a big fan of media degradation as an effect. of course brambilla does it better here than i’ve ever seen before. definitely would love to discover a way of making a realtime filter which approaches this level of visceral beauty.
Analogue vs. Digital explained. I’m such a big fan of these old educational videos…
I saw a gust of wind pick hundreds of these guys up and helicopter them away into the sky. The balls weight down the leaf at just the right angle to give it spin which keeps it aloft for longer and farther than a normal leaf. #crazy #tree #semen
True New Yorker
Brains for breakfast? Yes please.
Can you spot the camera? I’m tickled by #bubbles
The Johnson’s in #bushwick has a #light which casts some cool #shadows.
#fuerzabruta was #awesome for so many reasons. #newmedia #performance at its #finest.
The Aria Gallery kills it with this awesome water tornado piece and 3 Turrells. Amidst the #tack, #vegas has some #great #art. #instagood
This technique could mean big things for action figures, particularly when combined with a head mount display like the oculus rift…
Follow this link for the video:
At the end of the video he lifts up the skirt of the girl action figure and she giggles. The Japanese are the weirdest…