1. This video is rather dry, but highly informative. It explains how to turn any surface of your environment into an interactive space.

    In April this year we spent an intensely productive three weeks as in-residence artists at Casula Powerhouse in Sydney. This was the setting for our first-ever Kinect lab. Kinect is a place for us to research and develop creative uses of everyday objects and technologies - and the above video explains how to do just that.

    In particular it highlights the skills of our online director, Peter Cossey - who made the IR Texta and IR Can Spray that feature in the video.

    If you're keen to have a go at this, don't hesitate to ask any questions on this post or even put up videos of your own IR Pen or Spray Can art!

    Shout out to Johnny Lee for coming up with the brilliant wiimote whiteboard software.

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  2. curiousworks.com.au

    Over the next two weeks, we’ll be building and playing with our new “mobile audiovisual station” in preparation for the Underbelly festival in Sydney on the 13th and 14th July.

    By “mobile audiovisual station” we mean an industrial-strength trike (yep, the set of wheels you had as a baby, only bigger), with a PA, projector(s), computer and other goodies piled into its basket.

    Did I mention our media station has wheels? We’re pretty excited.

    The photos of the souped-up trike are on its way - the first step was building the damn thing…

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  3. Messing with visuals and a laser tag at a rooftop bar in Adelaide.

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