Girl meets synth-rock band from Outer Space; animated weirdness ensues. Well, that’s the elevator pitch, ...
There’s this guy called Matthias Müller, and he makes beautiful abstractions out of virtual dust ...
In his recent work “Papercraft Self Portrait”, 3D artist Eric Testrole did something really cool ...
Coolness like this is what the internet was made for:
My mate Lucy Tcherniak has just mastered her most recent piece of work, for consumer tech giants Philips and their Wi-fi enabled lighting range Hue – which are remote control light bulbs that can augment the mood of a room via your mobile phone: The blurb: Discover just some of the millions of ways to use [...]
I like this: The Projected Instrument Augmentation system (PIANO) was developed by pianists Katja Rogers and Amrei Röhlig and their colleagues at the University of Ulm in Germany. A screen attached to an electric piano has colourful blocks projected onto it that represent the notes. As the blocks of colour stream down the screen they [...]
Two robots, Vincent & Emily, are connected to each other as if deeply in love: where at the heights of romance, every motion, utterance, or external influence is shared in an acutely empathic, highly attuned ‘emotional’ response: The creation of German artists Nikolas Schmid-Pfähler and Carolin Liebl, the robots take in sound and motion data–from [...]
I’ve been lucky enough to own this domain name for a number of years, and populate it with loads of content along the way. For a while, I ran a dedicated Tumblr sideblog of the same name which I have since merged into this site. More recently, I founded Digital Cortex Ltd., a formal means of [...]
Watch, and be mesmerised:
It’s gotta be a computer program playing this, right?
Hello! It’s been a while. I’ve had a busy few weeks at work as well as online, mostly behind the scenes stuff, such as building a website for a client, a load of little tweaks and optimisations to my online ecosystem (more on that soon), and switching web hosts three times in the past four weeks. [...]
In this post, let’s explore the link between the twin worlds of microbiology and creative thought, drawing inspiration from three brilliant scientific discoveries. Labcoats on, people! 1. Sponges If a sea sponge (phylum porifera) is forced through a sieve to disintegrate it down to its cellular level, those cells, if left alone, will recombine into [...]
Within the pages of Watchmen, Adrian Veidt, the so-called “smartest man in the world”, esteemed business leader and founding member of the Crimebusters is shown at a wall of televisions, each tuned to a different channel. He uses this clatter of imagery, sound and motion to make sense of the current geopolitical and social climate and to act [...]
What does the word ‘digital’ mean to you? dig·it·al /?d?d??tl/ adv – of or pertaining to a digit or finger resembling a digit or finger manipulated with a finger or the fingertips: a digital switch displaying a readout in digital form: a digital speedometer having digits or digitlike parts of, pertaining to, or using data in [...]