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  1. Sound Marbles (2006)


    from Yoon Chung Han Liked 813 4 0

    Sound Marbles _ A Tangible Interactive Sound Work In this work, marbles are used as a metaphor for Sound Sequencing. Sounds vibrations of different frequencies are released by the marbles. When…

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    • Theremug


      from Kyle McDonald Liked 68.4K 223 37

      Instructions for turning a mug of tea into a Theremin: 1 Prepare some tea 2 Expose the L/R leads on an 1/8" cable 3 Immerse leads in tea 4 Plug cable into audio input 5 Start up max/pd/processing/etc.…

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      • Bicycle Built for Two Thousand


        from Aaron Koblin Liked 100K 566 34

        Bicycle Built For 2,000 is comprised of 2,088 voice recordings collected via Amazon's Mechanical Turk web service. Workers were prompted to listen to a short sound clip, then record themselves…

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        • Samplingplong


          from mediateletipos Liked 269 5 0

          by Jörg Niehage Randomly selected, acoustically usable finds (electronic junk, relays, plastic toys, compressed air valves, pneumatically operated components...) are combined with cables and…

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          • Pablo Valbuena: Augmented Sculpture v. 1.2


            from nothinglefttoadjust Liked 729 25 0

            at Ars Electronica festival 2007

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            • The Robotic Chair


              from Alfred Ichcoque Liked 440 3 0

              Démonstration au festival Ars Electronica de Linz en 2006.

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              • ART && CODE SYMPOSIUM: Zachary Lieberman, Theodore Watson, and Arturo Castro


                from STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Liked 1,629 53 1

                Zachary Lieberman's work uses technology in a playful and enigmatic way to explore the nature of communication and the delicate boundary between the visible and the invisible. He creates performances,…

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                • Ars Electronica 1984 - The Universe by Isao Tomita


                  from ars history Liked 783 4 0

                  short documentation about the project "The Universe" by Isao Tomita which took place as the Klangwolke (sound of cloud) within Ars Electronica 1984 (Excerpt form ORF Documentary about Ars…

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                  • Scion Presents: 'FLUX SUPER 8'


                    from Scion ART Liked 4,409 48 3

                    The annual Flux Super 8 showcase celebrated eight of the most exciting and emerging filmmakers, video artists, and design collectives from around the world. The inaugural Flux Super 8 launched at…

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                    • How to switch input provider in MultiTouchVista


                      from Daniel D Liked 282 2 0

                      This video shows how to switch input provider from MultipleMice to TUIO.

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                      • Headbang hero


                        from ricardo O'nascimento Liked 335 1 0

                        http://www.headbanghero.com Headbang Hero, as presented during the Dorkbot meeting in Linz, February 26 of 2009. A special wig is used as a game controller, feeding motion data to the game software.…

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                        • Suffering Machine


                          from ricardo O'nascimento Liked 399 9 0

                          This a robot developed by Ricardo Nascimento. more info: www.popkalab.com/suffering.html

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