art

 
23 results - showing 1 - 23
Ordering 
#CPHsignals: Linking neighborhoods through SignalLamps
#CPHsignals is an art installation in Copenhagen that uses a combination of old maritime SignalLamps, Morse code, and Twitter to connect two Copenhagen neighbourhoods cut off from each other by a shipping harbour.The devices were created as part of a Systems & Layers class...
 
City Fireflies

Location

Region
Country
City

Project Details

Company
Uncoded
City Fireflies is an installation created by design and technology collective UNCODED for the facade at the Prado MediaLab in Madrid. The game functions by using light from cell phones as controllers that remove the "threats" that are...
 
Connected Plaza - San Jose Plug-In-Play

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
Rockwell Group digital interaction LAB
James and Joshua over at the Rockwell Group labs are getting some recognition in this years IxDAwards for their Plug-In-Play project installed in late 2010 at Richard Meier's San Jose City Hall. The project functioned via "stations" placed...
 
Connecting Light

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
YesYesNo
Created by the design collective YesYesNo and iDigi "Connecting Light" is an art installation installed alongside Hadrian’s Wall as part of the London Games 2012 Festival.The installation is composed of hundreds of 6' tall connected balloons that illuminate one of Britain’s greatest Roman monuments:...
 
Digital Contracts: Spore 1.1

Project Details

Company
SWAMP
Spore 1.1 is a project created by SWAMP (Studies of Work Atmosphere and Mass Production) a studio founded in 1999 by artists Douglas Easterly and Matt Kenyon. In this project the life or death of a rubber tree plant is tied directly to current...
 
Fly Tweet

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
David Bowen
Artist David Bowen continues his explorations into a networked world (See: tele-present water) with his latest project Fly Tweet that enables a swarm of common houseflies to speak via Twitter.The flies live inside an acrylic sphere containing a standard computer keyboard and as they...
 
Google's Web Lab

Location

Region
City

Project Details

Company
Google
Google's Web Lab is a year long exhibition being shown in the basement of the London's Museum of Science and beamed online 24 hours a day that seeks to bring the "magic of the web to life".Produced with the help of design studio Tellart...
 
London's Plunge Project
Although static in its display the Plunge Project by artist Michael Pinsky is a colorful example of using civic space and data to engage the public in a conversation by showing Londoners what their city and landmarks will look like when covered by the...
 
Natural Fuse

Location

Region
City

Project Details

Company
Haque Design + Research
Natural Fuse is a project developed in 2009 by Haque Design + Research as part of the Architectural League of New York's Exhibition, "Situated Technologies: Toward the Sentient City" that harnesses the natural carbon-capturing processes of plants as they grow, and uses it in...
 
Networked Art: 10 projects using real time data
These 10 networked art projects show the many ways that using real-time data like weather, pollution sensors, wave monitoring and all the other outputs that are streaming around us can be used to visualize and engage our environment in new ways. 1) eCLOUD...
 
Networked Photobooth: Instaprint

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
Breakfast Studio
Instaprint is a networked photobooth designed by Brookly based design firm Breakfast that hunts within Instagrams service looking for specific hastags or locations. If it finds a public photo that matches the parameters that you have set on the backend it will automatically take...
 
Real-time Wind Mapping

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
Hint Fm
Pulling in data from the National Digital Forecast Database Fernanda Viégas and Martin Wattenberg at Hint.Fm have put together a near real-time mapping visualization project of US wind speed and direction. Information for the map is revised once per hour so you are seeing...
 
Res Sapiens project

Project Details

Company
Pieke Bergmans & LUSTlab
Res Sapiens a project by Pieke Bergmans & LUSTlab features common desk lamps connected to the internet. The 13 lamps were exhibited in Milan recently where they used a "continuous stream of (public) digital data and information as...
 
Sonicity: Real time space sonification

Location

Region
City

Project Details

Company
Stanza
Stanza is a London based artist who has been exploring ideas of technology and networked art since he first started exhibitiing his work in 1984. His project Sonicity first deployed in 2010 at The Lanternhouse in Ulverston uses wireless sensor motes and security monitoring...
 
Surveillance to Broadcast: 2.4Ghz project

Location

Region
Country
City
Benjamin Gaulon, aka Recyclism is an artist, researcher and lecturer at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin. In his 2.4 GHz project he uses a wireless video receiver to hack into 2.4 GHz wireless surveillance cameras placed around the city and...
 
Tele-Present Water
David Bowen's project Tele-Present installation is beginning to show how art and real-time environmental data can be merged. This installation draws information from movement and intensity of the water in real-time from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) data buoy station 46075 in the...
 
TshirtOS: Tweets on a T-Shirt

Location

Region
City

Project Details

Company
CuteCircuit
Social media could soon be the hottest fashion trend. The latest invention from London-based CuteCircuit, in collaboration with Ballantine's, is a completely normal looking T-shirt filled with LEDs that can broadcast designs, messages and yes — your latest...
 
Turn To Clear Vision: A New Kind of View

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
Turn To Clear Vision
Do you recall the ViewMaster toy by FisherPrice? You looked through pseudo-binoculars at slides of far away places or events while sitting on the living room couch. Well, Turn To Clear Vision has reinvented that experience at much higher, more technical level. ...
 
Twitter Telegraph: Tworse Key lets you tweet in Morse code
Calling itself an "exercise in interface archaeology" the Tworse Key is a portable device created by Martin Kaltenbrunner that interprets your taps and outputs the final message via the Twitter API. It is connected to the internet...
 
Visualizing Data as Art - Keiichi Matsuda's Prism

Location

Region
City

Project Details

Company
London Design Festival
In the TV show "Alphas," there is an autistic character named Gary Bell who is able to see and access all the invisible digital data streaming through the air around us. It seems like science-fiction, but Designer and Filmmaker Keiichi Matsuda has taken the...
 
Waving at the Machines: James Bridle on the New Aesthetic
James Bridle as the closing keynote from this year's Web Directions South conference gave his talk titled "Waving at the Machines" speaking about the New Aesthetic. "So what I’m going to...
 
Wireless Dominos

Project Details

Developed by Jarashi Suki and the IAMAS Ubiquitous Interaction Research Group in 2009, the tiles themselves set out to visualize invisible networks physically with electronic devices like dominoes (reminiscent of the Timo Arnall's Touch Project).The piece won an award-winning at the 14th Japan Media...
 
Your Social Graph in physical form

Location

Region

Project Details

Company
Obscura Digital
Last September in San Francisco Facebook held its annual developer conference F8. Creative agency Obscura Digital added a little spice to the event with their interactive physical installation constructed from participants Facebook social graph data they dubbed...
 
 
 
23 results - showing 1 - 23