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3D printed lego blocks based on historic architecture – Tijmen Schep
Now that the patent on LEGO has expired anyone is allowed to create LEGO compatible blocks. This project wouldn’t have been possible without the support of Behrang Moussavi, the head of the archive, and Flora van Gaalen, the producer of the exhibition on plastic. Special thanks to Niek Geurts who went above and beyond al expectations in making the incredible LEGO house.
3dprinting  lego  art 
4 days ago by cyberchucktx
Superbly Synchronized Servos Swaying Softly | Hackaday
LEDs and blinky projects are great, and will likely never fade from our favor. But would you look at this sweeping beauty? This mesmerizing display is made from 36 micro servos with partial Popsicle sticks pasted on the arms. After seeing a huge display with 450 servos at an art museum, [Doug Domke] was inspired to make a scaled-down version.
servos  art  hackaday  performance 
7 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Marbled Umbrella: 9 Steps (with Pictures)
Marbling is a method of aqueous surface design, which can produce patterns similar to smooth marble or other kinds of stone. The patterns are the result of color floated on water and then carefully transferred onto another surface such as paper or fabric.I have tried marbling on different materials like paper, shells, clothes, shoes, pots. But I was not satisfied. I wanted to try something new. Something different. Something that would beautifully showcase the marbled designs. And then I had the 'Eureca' moment. Marbling on umbrellas.
instructable  project  umbrella  paint  art  crafts 
8 weeks ago by cyberchucktx
Anouk Wipprecht FashionTech: rethinking fashion in the age of digitalisation
What does fashion lack? "Microcontrollers" according to Dutch based Hi-Tech Fashion Designer and Innovator Anouk Wipprecht. As she is working in the emerging field of "FashionTech"; a rare combination of fashion design combined with engineering, science and interaction/user experience design. Producing an impressive body of tech-enhanced designs bringing together fashion and technology in an unusual way: she creates technological couture; with systems around the body that tend towards artificial intelligence; projected as 'host' systems on the human body, her designs move, breath, and react to the environment around them.

Strangely ahead of her time; Anouk combines the latest in science and technology to make fashion an experience that transcends mere appearances. Sensors embedded in the design monitor the space around the wearer, and body-sensors check in on stress levels as comfort or anxiety.
future  fashion  art  design  fashioningtech  embedded  wearables 
july 2019 by cyberchucktx
How to Be a Craftivist: The Art of Gentle Protest: Sarah Corbett: 9781783524075: Amazon.com: Books
How to Be a Craftivist is a manifesto for quiet activism: using the process of "making" to engage thoughtfully in the issues we are about, to influence and effect change. Sarah Corbett shares her journey from burnt-out activist, tired of marching, confrontation and demonizing opposition, towards a more respectful activism
acvitism  crafts  art  craftivism  book 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
Book review: Craftivism @ HackSpace magazine
We all make things for different reasons. Some people make because they want things that they can’t otherwise get, some people make because they enjoy the act of making, and some people make because it gives them a place to express their frustration with politics, consumerism, oppression, or some other force. In Craftivism: The Art of Craft and Activism, Betsy Greer explores people who fall into that latter category. Betsy explains that craft is actually a natural outlet for these frustrations
hackspace  craftivism  activism  art  craft  book 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
KiwiCo: Hands-On Learning & Experience Based Play
KiwiCo was created to celebrate kids' natural creativity and curiosity, while helping parents who want to bring enriching experiences to their children. We want to make it fun, easy, and delightful for families to spend time building, exploring and creating together. Since its inception, the KiwiCo team has grown. We've added creative designers who dream up the projects, valued experts who review them, and a community of kid testers who keeps us on our toes and ensures the projects are fun and engaging. We're a team of educators, makers, engineers, and rocket scientists (yes, for real).
education  science  art  stem  makers  family 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
Artistic Attempt To Send Digital Signals Via Fungus | Hackaday
Liquids are applied to change the pH of the system, which can be picked up at the other end of the soil bed. The pH levels are read as digital signals, with pH levels either side of neutral reading as high and low bits. pH sensors can be expensive, so [Julian] chose the cheapest available, and tapped into their LCD display lines to read their output into an microcontroller. The system displays data using commonly available OLED displays, and hobby servo motors are used to control the dispensing of liquid.

Due to time constraints, [Julian] was unable to get the system fully functional. Sending data as pH levels through fungus proved unreliable and slow, but we suspect with further development, the system could be improved.
art  hackaday  project  biology 
june 2019 by cyberchucktx
LBRY : secure, open, and community-run digital marketplace.
LBRY is the first digital marketplace to be controlled by the market's participants rather than a corporation or other 3rd-party. It is the most open, fair, and efficient marketplace for digital goods ever created, with an incentive design encouraging it to become the most complete.

At the highest level, LBRY does something extraordinarily simple. LBRY creates an association between a unique name and a piece of digital content, such as a movie, book, or game. This is similar to the domain name system that you are most likely using to access this very post.
lbry  content  art  marketplace  digital  distributed 
may 2019 by cyberchucktx
craft + activism = craftivism
Craftivism is the practice of engaged creativity, especially regarding political or social causes. By using their creative energy to help make the world a better place, craftivists help bring about positive change via personalized activism. Craftivism allows practitioners to customize their particular skills to address particular causes.

By advocating the use of creativity for the improvement of the world, craftivists worldwide taught knitting lessons, sewed scarves for battered women’s shelters, and knitted hats for chemotherapy patients. In a world that was growing increasingly large and unfamiliar, craftivism fought to bring back the personal into our daily lives to replace some of the mass produced. In promoting the idea that people can use their own creativity to improve the world, craftivism allows those who wish to voice their opinions and support their causes the chance to do just that…but without chanting or banner waving and at their own pace.
activism  art  crafts  politics  makers  makermovement  craftivism  book  blog 
may 2019 by cyberchucktx
Lithophanes - How to 3D print your photographs
you can actually 3D print photographs. Sort of.

They’re called lithophanes, a pretty old technique that’s been around since the early 1800s. Of course, they didn’t have 3D printers back then, they made them out of porcelain. These days, though, we do, which makes them much easier to create. So, I finally got around to making some.
photography  3dprinting  lithophane  art 
may 2019 by cyberchucktx
Open Press Project :
Open Press Project is the first 3D-printed etching press ... and won‘t be the last! Everyone who has access to a 3D printer can produce their own fully functional DIY press and print their own etchings, dry-points or engravings. Woodcuts, linocuts and other relief printing techniques work, too! The plans are free, so with only 5 € of material costs it is also the world’s most inexpensive press!
art  3dprinting  press  printing  etching 
april 2019 by cyberchucktx
Door decals for care facilities – true doors ® – The story behind the door
True Doors ® decals are person centred care solutions to improve quality of life for elders with dementia, while also transforming cold institutional spaces into warm and familiar homelike environments.
door  decoration  art  customization  home 
march 2019 by cyberchucktx
How to Make Scatch-Off Cards: 11 Steps (with Pictures)
Grab a lucky penny and start scratching! This Instructable will take you through the steps needed to indulge your family and friends in the fantasy of hitting it big with custom, instant lottery tickets.
instructables  art  crafting  cutting  cards  tickets 
march 2019 by cyberchucktx
Ever Blooming Mechanical Tulip: 12 Steps (with Pictures)
Everlasting flower for your everlasting love. A perfect not-only Valentine's day gift to your loved one. This mechanical tulip will bloom into any color possible with just gentle touch of your hand. Its six petals will slowly open and light up. When petals are closed they create incredible ambient light with leaf patterns.
instructable  tutorial  flower  tulip  art 
march 2019 by cyberchucktx
3D Printing Portuguese Azulejo Tiles: 6 Steps (with Pictures)
My wife and saw Azulejo tiles when we did a trip to Portugal. The tiles were great and we are very interested in integrating some into some house projects, but there are two issues when attempting to source materials, finding design(s) that we both liked and/or had to purchase in quantities well beyond what we needed. So to remedy this, I found some test designs online and began tinkering to see what I could build with my Prusa i3 Mk3.
instructables  art  tiles  3dprinting  pottery  tutorial 
march 2019 by cyberchucktx
We the Builders: Let's build big sculptures from small parts!
You 3D print, document, and ship. We assemble. Together we build crowdsourced sculptures! We the Builders began at the ArtBytes Hackathon at the Walters Art Museum in Baltimore in 2014. Our team, with the help of Direct Dimensions, 3D scanned a bust of George Washington and sliced the digital image into hundreds of sections. We developed a nifty platform where anyone with a 3D printer can claim a part to print on their own, then log and ship us their piece.

Since then, We the Builders has created several large community-built sculptures in the likeness of some of our nation's historical icons: George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, Edgar Allen Poe (sculpted by Ryan Kittleson), and Rosie the Riveter (sculpted by Jen Schachter). In 2018 we built a giant monument of Rosie printed by over 700 people from around the world. With help from Adam Savage (Tested.com, Mythbusters) and dozens of volunteers from Nation of Makers, we assembled all 2,625 parts into a staggering 6-foot tall sculpture.
crowdfunding  art  sculpture  socialmedia  socialnetworking  builders  3dprinting 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
We the Rosies : giant collaborative sculpture at NOMCON 2018
Our giant Rosie the Riveter sculpture was assembled and finally completed during NOMCON, in Santa Fe this June. We quite literally could not have pulled off this incredible feat without you! Over 700 people printed 2,625 parts, which were sent to us from six continents around the world. We have big plans to make more sculptures in more places, and some other cool projects in the pipeline. If you like what we do and want to help support future We the Builders efforts, we just launched our official GoFundMe campaign! Check it out, and please share!
art  sculpture  collaboration  makers  nomcon  3dprinting 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
The Great Duck Project : create the world’s largest globally crowdsourced collaborative 3D printed duck
The Great Duck Project is an initiative to create the world’s largest globally crowdsourced collaborative 3D printed duck. Inspired by the Westport Sunrise Rotary Club (Westport, CT) Great Duck Race, The Great Duck Project engages people around the world. Engineers, artists, students, hobbyists, tinkerers and more will collaborate to create this inspiring project that people will love to participate in and experience.
humor  makerspace  makers  art  3dprinting 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
PERCEPTOSCOPE – See Beyond
Part technology think-tank, part public media arts experiment, Perceptoscope is a mission driven creative collective built on open source principles. We work with place-based organizations to shares stories with their communities and beyond.

We do this primarily through the deployment of Perceptoscopes. Similar in form factor to the coin-operated binoculars we’ve all used growing up, Perceptoscopes add objects and information to a view of a space in stereoscopic 3D. They can reveal the hidden past, highlight present points of interest, or speculate into the future
augmentedreality  art  installation  binoculars  public 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
SKYGLOWPROJECT.COM: HAARP BOREALIS
In the plains of remote eastern Alaska lies H.A.A.R.P. (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program), an Ionoshphere research facility built in the early 1990s through joint effort from U.S. Air Force, U.S. Navy, University of Alaska Fairbanks (UAF), and D.A.R.P.A. (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency). In 2015, the site for fully handed over to UAF. This video was filmed as part of SKYGLOW (skyglowproject.com), an ongoing crowdfunded quest to explore the effects and dangers of urban light pollution in contrast with some of the most incredible dark sky areas in North America. This project is being produced in collaboration with International Dark-Sky Association (darksky.org), a non-profit fighting for the preservation of night skies around the globe.
art  astronomy  skyglowprojection 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
Brixels™ by BREAKFAST: The world’s first customizable kinetic facade.
Brixels are infinitely rotating, variable-size bricks that are controlled by proprietary software and can act as pixels in large-scale and customizable artworks, building facades, and a range of other applications. They can also display a range of digital content, as well as respond to the movements of passers-by. The bricks themselves are customizable in size, shape, material, and color, making each installation unique.
art  bricks  brixels 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
What Happens When You Cross A Brick With a Pixel? | Hackaday
However, Breakfast have been working on something that turns architectural features into a display at the same time. Enter Brixels.

The name is a portmanteau of brick and pixel, indicating that each individual brick can be independently addressed as a visual element. A Brixel installation consists of a series of columns, stacked with Brixel elements. Each individual brick on the column contains a stepper motor which can set the rotational position of the brick. The outer appearance of the individual bricks is highly customizable, as the motor hardware is integrated into the column itself.
hackaday  art  brixel  breakfast  mirror  architecture 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
A Studio in the Woods: artist retreat in New Orleans
Infused with art, love and a profound respect for nature, A Studio in the Woods has grown with the forest as organically as it grew into a nonprofit artist retreat and learning center, built sustainably with salvaged materials long before green building became fashionable.
art  artist  neworleans  retreat  resort 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
Pixblasters Video LED Controller | Crowd Supply
The Pixblasters MS1 is the ultimate FPGA-based controller for giant video displays built by addressable RGB LED strips. It connects to any computer as an ordinary monitor and drives up to 16,384 LEDs at 60 fps. Multiple MS1 controllers can be easily chained to drive immense video displays built of hundreds of thousands of perfectly synchronized LEDs.
leds  display  neopixel  fpga  controller  art 
february 2019 by cyberchucktx
TOAST: the original artistic solution for toast
TOAST is an advanced toaster equipped with a heat gun and PIC 32 microcontroller able to toast any image, text, or even the weather onto a piece of bread.
breakfast  toast  cooking  diy  art 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
Toasteroid: customize your breakfast
Perhaps one of the biggest product James invented so far is the Toasteroid which was launched last two months ago. The product is an app-controlled toaster where you can download easily on your mobile devices available on Google and Apple Store. To use the Toasteroid, simply put the slices of bread into it, open the asteroid app, connect via Bluetooth, and choose the design you want your bread to have.
art  toast  breakfast  humor  toasteroid  cooking 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
Looky What We Made - A free, 76-page book showcasing Glitch projects from 2018
Looky What We Made is a free, 76-page book showcasing some of the 1 million projects the Glitch community created in 2018. There's everything from useful tools to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that advocate for important causes.

Be inspired by 100+ projects from 75 creators, with artwork by a dozen guest illustrators.
humor  art  ide  online  webdevelopment  glitch 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
Looky What We Made: book of GLITCH projects
A riot of color and creativity, Looky What We Made is a free, 76-page book showcasing some of the 1 million projects the Glitch community has created in 2018. There's everything from useful tools to cutting-edge VR experiences, smart bots, and apps that help advance important causes.
glitch  art  book  online  web 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
CERAMBOT, The Most Affordable Ceramic 3D Printer by Cerambot @ Kickstarter
Ceramic 3D printing provides the ultimate way to design and create sculptures, art and architecture with ceramics. It’s fast, accurate, easy to use and it’s the most affordable printer of its kind. With CERAMBOT, your ideas, creativity and passion can finally take shape.
3dprinter  3dprinting  ceramics  pottery  art 
december 2018 by cyberchucktx
Linobyte: computer art history project
Added to that, by neglecting history, we forget the alternatives of the technologies that we use today - forgotten alternatives that maybe once were the status quo. Understanding of those alternatives would give us a broader view of the pros and cons of what we have today, how they superseded their ancestors and what are their pitfalls - important knowledge for those who design possible futures.

Its with these preocupations in mind that Linobyte came into existence. It conciliates the explanation of how bits, bytes and chars work, with a hands on experience of creating Core Rope ROMs: read-only memories that were written by weaving an enameled copper wire through ferrite cores.
art  computer  memory  hardware  history 
november 2018 by cyberchucktx
Is Burning Man an Idealized Silicon Valley? - The New Stack
Magister summarizes Engle’s theory of a deeper similarity: “Both Burning Man and the internet were born out of the same social forces and cultural movements, and thus have been moving in parallel — one emphasizing pure information, the other grounding us firmly in the immediate physical moment, but both still riding the crest of the same wave.”

“Which is why he thinks Burning Man can be described as an open-source, cloud-based, culture,” he said.
thenewstack  article  burningman  socialnetworking  internet  art  creativity  history 
september 2018 by cyberchucktx
Expression Flower @ Hackster.io
Expression Flower challenges the perception of what robotics can be while exploring the possibility for a whimsical experience that is engaging, natural, and fun. Smile at the flower, and it will smile with you. Wink at the flower, and it will get shy.

The brain of the Expression Flower is Android Things, an operating system from Google, designed for embedded devices and the Internet of Things. When the flower identifies a face, ML Kit running on Android Things infers expressions. Once the type of expression is determined, the flower responds with movement and color. This means when you smile, the flower smiles back at you.
hackster.io  art  flower  raspberrypi 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Open Press Project by Martin Schneider
Open Press Project is the first 3D-printed etching press ... and won‘t be the last!

Everyone who has access to a 3D printer can produce their own fully functional DIY press and print their own etchings, dry-points or engravings. Woodcuts, linocuts and other relief printing techniques work, too!

With only 5 € of material costs it is also the world’s most inexpensive press! All you need to know about your first print is summarized here.
3dprinter  3dprinting  art  printing  publishing 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Lovepop | Magical Pop Up Greeting Cards
When that one-message-fits-all card from the drugstore isn’t right. And a text isn’t enough. Do something unexpected. Send a Lovepop.

A Lovepop is more than a card. The intricate 3D paper sculptures are designed by naval engineers on cutting-edge software and then handcrafted in the Asian art form of sliceform kirigami.

Whether it’s a wedding or birthday, if you’re saying thanks (for not mentioning that thing that happened in Vegas) or celebrating (a co-worker’s compulsive love of cats), we’ve got you covered.
cards  art  card  lovepop  3dprinted 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Expression Flower: A flower that smiles with you @ Hackster.io
Expression Flower challenges the perception of what robotics can be while exploring the possibility for a whimsical experience that is engaging, natural, and fun. Smile at the flower, and it will smile with you. Wink at the flower, and it will get shy.

The brain of the Expression Flower is Android Things, an operating system from Google, designed for embedded devices and the Internet of Things. When the flower identifies a face, ML Kit running on Android Things infers expressions. Once the type of expression is determined, the flower responds with movement and color. This means when you smile, the flower smiles back at you.
art  hackster.io  arduino  embedded  mobile  deeplearning 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
Barbi-based sushi consumption game by Niklas Roy "J'ai faim"
This mechatronic game deals with eating. The player has to feed Barbie with sushi, hence the title “J'ai faim!”, which is French for “I'm hungry!”. J'ai faim!” is all about making Barbie to eat more and be happy about food. If she doesn't keep eating, or if she eats the wrong stuff, she'll starve and the game is over.
humor  game  barbi  art 
august 2018 by cyberchucktx
BLUEorange:contemporary art gallery in Houston
BLUEorange supports the production and exhibition of innovative
art and a range of creative endeavors. As artists and siblings,
the founders of BLUEorange seek to foster a supportive community
of artists much like a family.
houston  art  gallery  blueorange  texas 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age | The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
From furniture generated by algorithms to designs brought to life by a robot, the work of experimental Dutch designer Joris Laarman challenges the boundaries of art, science, and technology. Joris Laarman Lab: Design in the Digital Age is the first U.S. museum survey to offer an in-depth look at the designer’s innovative oeuvre.
art  mfah  houston  makers  makermovement  digital  fabrication  furniture 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Bipolar Studio portfolio
Gorgeous portfolio from this LA-based design studio. I like the AirBNB piece, "Follow the Rabbit", the best.
portfolio  design  art 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
Immersive Experiences | Meow Wolf
Meow Wolf is a Santa Fe, New Mexico based arts and entertainment group that established in 2008 as an art collective.

The company is composed of nearly 200 artists across all disciplines including architecture, sculpture, painting, photography and video production, virtual and augmented reality, music and audio engineering, narrative writing, costuming and performance, and more. Basically everything.
innovation  art  santafe  conference  festival  newmexico 
june 2018 by cyberchucktx
BLOOMS 2: Strobe Animated Sculptures Invented by John Edmark on Vimeo
Blooms are 3-D printed sculptures designed to animate when spun under a strobe light. Unlike a 3D zoetrope, which animates a sequence of small changes to objects, a bloom animates as a single self-contained sculpture. The bloom’s animation effect is achieved by progressive rotations of the golden ratio, phi (ϕ), the same ratio that nature employs to generate the spiral patterns we see in pinecones and sunflowers. The rotational speed and strobe rate of the bloom are synchronized so that one flash occurs every time the bloom turns 137.5º (the angular version of phi).* Each bloom’s particular form and behavior is determined by a unique parametric seed I call a phi-nome (/fī nōm/). -John Edmark
art  sculpture  animation  zoetrope 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
Chromatron — WiFi Pixel Controller
Chromatron is an open source pixel controller designed to make LED pixel projects easy and fun.
chrmoatron  arduino  led  neopixels  art 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
SENSOREE @ bio.media
SENSOREEs therapeutic biomedia is bioresponsive fashiontech that translates feelings into auditory, visual, and or tactile displays. The tangible interface offers biofeedback as well as expression promoting “extimacy” – externalized intimacy. SENSOREE gives the body a voice – self awareness, insight, communication, empathy, and fun!

SENSOREE design lab works with futuristic fabrics made from sustainable materials embedded with sensitive technologies. In this way, we explore the Sensory Computer Interface (SCI) – tools to enhance proximity, intimacy, telepathy, intuition, and humor between human and machine.
technology  wearables  design  art  fashioningtech 
may 2018 by cyberchucktx
dadageek: Austin's school for expressive technology. Uniting code, hardware, art + design.
dadageek offers project-focused classes in tech art. Our mission is to offer education and community to those in Austin creating at the intersection of art, media, and tech. Our instructors are talented creative technologists with a passion for sharing their expertise with others.
art  school  education  tech  design  classes  austin 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Art & Invention – inspiration for creative people / Xanthe Matychak
Art & Invention is a place to inspire a new age of invention, to celebrate the diversity of artists and inventors doing thoughtful and playful things with technology. It’s a place to explore new ideas about making and sharing creative work and to analyze old ideas. Finally, it’s a place to inspire you, yes you, to pick up a pencil or a saw or a computer mouse or a soldering iron and create and share something beautiful and meaningful. The world needs you to do that. Today is the day.
art  blog  community  inspiration 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Soda Can Lamp Pinpoints Your Interests | Hackaday
[AHNT] knows all about this phenomenon, because he thought of a way to use soda cans as canvases for customizable pixel art lamp shades.[AHNT] designed a printable sleeve that fits perfectly over 250mL cans. It provides a sturdy grid for poking tiny holes with a medical needle, and can be reused indefinitely with any pattern imaginable. He created two different printable bases to illuminate the lamp: one is sized to hold a votive candle, and the other is made for an LED strip circuit with a rocker switch and 12 VDC barrel jack. We suppose it wouldn’t take much to use an RGB LED instead—a Trinket or a Gemma would surely fit in the base.
hackaday  can  3dprinting  art  lamp 
april 2018 by cyberchucktx
Color Spaces: The Model at the End of the Rainbow | Hackaday
To make the same colors with light instead of paint I had to use red, green, and blue, not yellow. It was until much later when trying harness banks of RGB LEDs that this knowledge became useful. I was struggling to make my rogue diodes look quite the way I wanted when I stumbled into the realization that maybe there was another approach. What did the numbers representing R G and B actually mean? Why those parameters? Could there be others? [Elliot Williams] has written about the importance of gamma correction and adjustment for human perception of color, but we can ask a more fundamental question. Why do we represent color this way at all?
hackaday  color  art  display  led 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Learn How to Paint Your 3D Prints Like a Pro! |
Learning to paint your 3D printed parts will enable you to create looks-like prototypes, detailed miniatures, and a variety of other visually accurate models. Navigating the various different materials and techniques can be intimidating, and in this post you’ll learn all of the steps needed to paint your parts from start to finish.
3dprinting  art  pinshape  finishingtouch  tutorial  painting 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
The best of SXSW’s fantastic VR festival @ Ars Technica
I went eyes-on with nearly two dozen VR experiences at SXSW 2018, and I'll be honest, some of them were rough. Some filmmakers still think that a 360-degree video that forces viewers to crane their neck and hunt around for content is a good idea (geez, please stop making those). Others packed far too much visual noise or too many unnecessary interactions into a 3D world that never answered the important question of why its content and message was better in VR than on a flat screen.

But the five experiences I list below all left me with both shivers and with hope for VR as an important storytelling medium for years to come.
virtualreality  film  art  sxsw  arstechnica 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
The Party Presentation — Home
Company that utilizes laser cutting to make party signs. (Fellow Makerbarn member).
lasercutting  art  commercial  makerspace 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Bioart and Bacteria - The Artwork of Anna Dumitriu
Anna Dumitriu is a British artist who works with sculpture, installation, craft and biological media to explore our relationship to infectious diseases, synthetic biology and robotics. She has an extensive international exhibition profile including The Picasso Museum in Barcelona, ZKM, BOZAR, Ars Electronica, The Science Gallery in Dublin, The Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Waag Society, Art Laboratory Berlin, The V & A Museum, and the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford.
artist  art  annadumitriu  science  stem 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Painting With Light: Easy Video Mapping Software – bigfug creative software
Painting With Light is a complete video mapping tool that enables artists of any technical ability to paint with static and moving images through any video projector onto 3D physical objects.
bigfug  video  mapping  projectionmapping  alexmay  art 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Alex May Arts – Digital artist working with code, video mapping, performance, and creative technologies
Alex May is a British artist exploring a wide range of digital technologies, most notably video projection onto physical objects (building on the technique known as video mapping or projection mapping by using his own bespoke software), also interactive installations, generative works, full-size humanoid robots, performance, and video art.
art  interdisplinary  artist  projectionmapping  robotics  research  alexmay 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
machinehistories
We are a two man outfit functioning shoulder to shoulder and our work exists as the by-product of the ongoing dialogue between the two of us. This discussion serves as a medium of building, as well as providing a space of concession, dissidence, and justification where we attempt to construct a shared vision. Our work simultaneously straddles several disciplines, making it difficult for us to properly fit into a particular category. It is for this reason we created MachineHistories. We privilege no particular creative practice, which allows us to explore the interests of our choosing without discrimination. The thread that links everything together is our belief in process and production, regardless of the medium or venue.
art  makers  interdiscplinary  machinehistories  cnc 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
Detoured: Inside MachineHistories @ Hackaday
When designers and architects need a fancy centerpiece, a design element, or even some wall sconces, they don’t head over to the machine shop by themselves. They get someone else, who owns some fancy machines, knows how to use those fancy machines, and can create anything out of wood, foam, or metal to do the fabrication for them. Think of these companies as artisan contractors, capable of turning whatever an architect thinks of into a real, tangible object.

One of these such companies is MachineHistories, a joint venture between [Steven Joyner] and [Jason Pilarsky], who work in the medium of computer code and CNC programming. A
hackaday  art  machinehistories  collaboration  interdisciplinary 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
PCB projects with awesome artwork – OSH Park
PCB (printed circuit board) projects with awesome artwork.
pcb  hardware  art  oshpark  embedded 
march 2018 by cyberchucktx
10 Easy Steps For Painting 3D Printed Parts |
Painting parts may seem daunting to some and the spray painting process can seem crude to others. The technique we’ll be showing you today is surprisingly easy and can produce professional quality results to elevate your designs to the next level. In this tutorial, we will paint the Destiny Ghost designed by Adrian Tanner that we printed on the Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer.
pinshape  3dprinting  painting  art 
february 2018 by cyberchucktx
Watch how to 3D print any image as a translucent lithophane / Boing Boing
Lithophanes were originally bas-relief artworks made of translucent porcelain that let varying amounts of light through depending on thickness. Now they same effect can be created using a 3D printer and applied to anything from Wonder Woman images to personal photos.
3dprinting  lithophane  art  image 
january 2018 by cyberchucktx
ColorCord: Chromatic Sound to Light Conversion System
Chromatic Sound to Light Conversion System. It's really that simple. Unlike so many of the sound responsive systems out there, ColorChord looks at the chromatic properties of the sound. It looks for notes, not ranges. If it hears an "E" it doesn't care what octave it's in, it's an E. This provides a good deal more interesting patterns between instruments and music than would be available otherwise.
art  music  github  project 
december 2017 by cyberchucktx
Make Art with Python
A book to bring the joy of programming to creative people.

With step by step instructions for beginners and tiny programs, fundamental programming concepts are introduced in bite sized sketches. In later chapters, these program sketches become powerful drawing programs, capable of generating new images for 3D printing, CNC, and more. An exploration of code as art.
book  art  python  interdisciplinary 
december 2017 by cyberchucktx
FadeCandy:Open source hardware to drive WS2811 LEDs
Fadecandy is a project that makes LED art easier, tastier, and more creative. We're all about creating tools that remove the technical drudgery from making LED art, freeing you to do more interesting, nuanced, and creative things. We think LEDs are more than just trendy display devices, we think of them as programmable light for interactive art.
fadecandy  leds  art  neopixels  library 
november 2017 by cyberchucktx
Reaktor 6: MODULAR DSP LAB
Build custom synths, samplers, effects, and sound design tools; Experiment with rack-style modular patching using Blocks;Discover 70+ included instruments plus thousands of sounds in the User Library. REAKTOR 6 is the ultimate creative toolkit for deep sound exploration, featuring cutting-edge DSP and high-fidelity sound.
instrument  synth  music  art  software  visual  reaktor6  crossplatform  windows  macosx 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Sonifying experimental visual scores with computer vision
How to shape audio with visual input and audience participation. I am going to write about: (How I got to know) Milan Adamčiak and his inspiring/playful work; Grafofon, a 6 meters long instrument, inspired by analogue experiments, but driven by computer vision; Technical details of the project, esp. in its last iteration — the most technically complex, but also the most successful; What I learned along the way and what I plan for the future
vision  music  art  experimentation  instrument  Grafofon 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
Ladies Fancywork Society (Denver)
The Ladies Fancywork Society has been terrorizing your neighborhood with their garish yarn crimes since 2007. What began as a group of crochet-loving friends just chillin' out maxin' relaxin' all cool and shooting some b-ball outside of the school has transformed into a diabolic art hydra capable of putting together large-scale projects, international art shows, and installations.
makers  sewing  denver  makerspaces  art 
october 2017 by cyberchucktx
SprayPrinter Paints Your Wall, One Pixel At A Time @ Hackaday
SprayPrinter is a neat idea. You download a cellphone app, point the camera at a wall, and sweep the wall with a spray can fitted with a (Bluetooth? WiFi?) remote-controlled valve. The phone knows where the nozzle is, and sprays a dot whenever it needs to “paint” the picture of your choosing on the wall.
hackaday  art  paint  robot 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
A Practical Guide to Designing PCB Art , Uri Shaked @ Medium
Printed Circuit Boards (PCBs) are literally all around us: nearly every consumer electronic good contains a PCB, and more and more we see people designing their own to use in their DIY electronics projects — I’ve certainly designed a few myself for all kinds of funky projects!
art  kicad  tutorial  pcb  diy 
september 2017 by cyberchucktx
3 Steps for Creating Your Own Lithophanes |
As a maker educator working in K-12 schools, I’m always looking for ways to make 3D printing and digital design relevant to students in the classroom. Lithophanes are a quick and easy way for students to personalize a model or add relevant content.
pinshape  3dprinting  art  tutorial  lithophane 
august 2017 by cyberchucktx
Disaster Hack: Art, Tech, and Innovation for Disaster Zone Development
We are a collaboration of humanitarian artists, creators, dreamers, entrepreneurs, and innovators, We question the way things are being thought about and done and create new sustainable solutions to today's toughest challenges. We are humanitarian hackers.
makers  makermovement  disasterhack  disabled  makerspace  diy  art  activism  hacktivism 
july 2017 by cyberchucktx
Create Your Own 3D Printed Lithophane in Blender |
In this tutorial, we’ll be going over the steps for creating your own 3D printable lithophane using the free and open source software, Blender. Lithophanes are three dimensional objects that display an image when a light is shone through them. This tutorial is a primer for getting started with Blender and the final result makes for a great decoration or gift.
3dprinting  pinshape  lithophane  art  3dmodel 
june 2017 by cyberchucktx
Daffodil Creative : explorations and adventures in art
Who am I? My name is Mira and I'm a simply someone who is learning to reconnect with her creative side. It took me a long time, and a lot of encouragement, to get past the "I'm not really an artist" thinking. I'm learning that creativity comes in many different forms. Just because mine isn't like some else's doesn't mean that it's not creative. It is simply how I express myself.
art  miradessy  creativity  daffodil 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
Core77 / Industrial Design Magazine + Resource
Since 1995 Core77.com has served a devoted global audience of industrial designers ranging from students through seasoned professionals. Core77 publishes articles, discussion forums, an extensive event calendar, hosts portfolios, job listings, a database of design firms, schools, vendors and services.
magazine  blog  design  art  core77  aggregator  news 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
The Makerspace Movement @ The Meaning of Meraki
Makerspace is not about a “space” and it is not about “stuff”: it is about a “making mindset”. A focus on ‘making” pushes past the traditional structure of student as consumer of information. It is a culture focused on student as creator. It is about ideas. It is about the joy and exhilaration of putting something new into the world and the rich learning that goes with the experience of doing so.
makerspaces  article  posters  art  makermovement 
may 2017 by cyberchucktx
The Slate: Give digital life to your paper creations.
In creating the Slate, we wanted to combine the unique and irreplaceable experience of drawing on paper with the limitless possibilities of digital. You draw with your own pencils on real paper and your drawings instantly come alive on the screen.
drawing  pen  digital  hardware  slate  pencil  art  crossplatform 
april 2017 by cyberchucktx
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