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Personal Robot. An Artificial Intelligence helper for your home.

Personal Robot is a personal assistant, photographer, storyteller, telepresence device & the smartest home automation system. It's not just a robot. it's an artificial intelligence. Not just recognising…

HomeMake. A Gorgeous, Disorienting Videogame Designed by Architects.

A new videogame called HomeMake, takes you inside a glowing, sprawling world with the express purpose of exploring its architecture and winding streets. Traditional game play exists in…

No Man’s Sky. An infinite procedurally generated universe.

No Man's Sky is a science-fiction game about exploration and survival in an infinite procedurally generated universe. It is a science-fiction game without limits. If you see a…

Microsoft HoloLens. A new holographic computing platform.

The era of holographic computing is here. When you change the way you see the world, you can change the world you see. Microsoft HoloLens puts you at the…

The Pirate Cinema

The hidden activity and geography of real-time peer-to-peer file sharing via BitTorrent is revealed in The Pirate Cinema an online piece by Nicolas Maigret. In this monitoring room,…

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Game Over. Famous arcade games visualization by using humans.

GAME OVER is one of the art projects developed by the French-Swiss artist Guillaume REYMOND. It consists of a series of collaborative animation movies which revive some of…

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Desert Breathe. Land Art by Danae Stratou

Desert Breath is a collaborative site specific project created by D.A.ST. arteam, (Danae Stratou, Alexandra Stratou, Stella Constantinides). It is an Earth Work that covers 100.000 m2, in…

Future of an architecture space Cybertopia. Death of analogous cities

by Egor A. Orlov Biennially Archiprix International presents the world’s best graduation projects in the fields of architecture, urban design and landscape architecture. All university-level training colleges around…

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Nigel Stanford makes sound visible for Cymatics music video

For his latest music video, Nigel Stanford uses various examples of cymatics – the science of visualising audio frequencies, which is also the title of the track. Read…

Towards Biology

‘towards biology’ is a piece created by onionlab in collaboration with ricardo bofill taller de arquitecturafor the exhibition ‘time, space, existence’ held at palazzo bembo within the framework…

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An Instrument for the Sonification of Everday Things

from Dennis P Paul This is a serious musical instrument. It rotates everyday things, scans their surfaces, and transforms them into audible frequencies. A variety of everyday objects…

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Infinadeck. Stationary Movement

The Infinadeck is the world’s first affordable omnidirectional treadmill that is designed to work both in augmented and virtual reality. This revolutionary device provides the missing link making…

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Miegakure. 4D puzzle game.

Miegakure is a puzzle-platforming game that lets you explore and interact with a 4D world. The fourth dimension in this game is not time, it works just like…

Are Video Games Just An Extension Of Reality?

Article By Nadja Sayej.     Link

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Breaking Wave. Kinetic Sculpture.

Breaking Wave is an anamorphic kinetic sculpture created for Biogen-Idec’s new headquarters in Cambridge, MA by Plebian Design and Hypersonic.

RELATIVITY by Willy Chyr

RELATIVITY is an exploration-puzzle game that imagines a universe with a different set of physical laws. Set in an Escher-esque world filled with secrets and mysteries, you utilize…

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This hypercube is a concentric cubic sculpture illuminated with a 120 metre addressable LED array. It’s minimalistic structure is designed to elicit a sense of strength, balance and…

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MGNTRN (pronounced [MAGNOTRON]), Romain Tardy’s latest project, is an immersive, largescale audiovisual installation mixing projection mapping, physical laser-cut structures used as a projection canvas, and various types of…

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MUSIC + ARTS @ Barcelona.

An international showcase of new trends in music, art and digital culture. 21 Oct – 13 Dec 2014 Mobile World Centre

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Takeshi Murata – Melter 3-D

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The Waterfall Swing

How the Waterfall Swing Works: Water recirculates through 273 independently controlled solenoid valves at the top of the structure to create a wall of water. This water starts…

Unnamed Soundsculpture.

Project by Daniel Franke & Cedric Kiefer. The basic idea of the project is built upon the consideration of creating a moving sculpture from the recorded motion data…

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Pixie Dust. Graphics generated by levitated and animated Objects in computational acoustic-potential field

This novel graphics system is based on expansion of 3D-acoustic-manipulation technology. In the conventional study of acoustic levitation, small objects are trapped in the acoustic beams of standing…

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The Cubli. An amazing a cube that can jump up, balance, and walk.

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Trampoline Bridge in Paris

Inflatable Trampoline Bridge, a smart idea to cross a river!

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Mountain. A videogame by David O’Reilly. The first videogame by the well known artst David O’Reilly.

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Dezeen and MINI Frontiers showcased “provocative ideas” for future travel

Provocative Ideas For Future Travel

Barbecana by Edward Mascarenhas turns the Barbican into a video game

A graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture has turned the iconic Barbican Estate in London into the setting for a proposed augmented reality video game.

Street Crosser

  Noobware & Nutone are presenting an interactive installation in the form of a videogame, designed to act as an awareness campaign for a major problem in Sao…

Exploring modern Paris to find the roots of Assassin’s Creed Unity

The French Revolution! The only part of history class you didn't sleep through, thanks to the drama, intrigue and of course, Reign of Terror. Paris circa 1790 is…

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Incredible Light Art | Kinetica Art Fair 2013

A 5,000-pixel shimmering LED sphere, illuminated sculptures built from fluorescent fishing line, sound-reactive glowing fashion, and a projection-mapped “fallen star” sculpture are just a few examples of the…

Turning dunes into architecture.

Magnus Larsson hopes to build new structures in the desert — by using bacteria to turn shifting sand into a solid mass. Link

Paola Antonelli – TED Talk

When the Museum of Modern Art’s senior curator of architecture and design announced the acquisition of 14 video games in 2012, “all hell broke loose.” In this far-ranging,…

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