1. eyeAmAlive


    from Rebeca Duran / Added

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    eyeAmAlive is an installation that aims to explore the idea of connecting the digital and physical world through human interaction with a digital agent that has a partially physical manifestation. A living eyeball follows and tracks visitors as they walk past it and, if they approach the camera or crowd together, it will grow wary and back away. It also has “feelers” or tentacles that respond to touch so that when people are out of the camera’s view the eye will still respond by turning to look in the direction it was touched. Team Members: Payam Kazemi, Lanz Singbeil, David Winarta

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    • LightQuad Demo


      from Matt Keeter / Added

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      This video shows the results of my four-by-four RGB LED/button grid hardware. I designed a control circuit board for the Sparkfun's LED/button array, then programmed it to show various patterns and reply to button presses. All of the patterns are generated and stored on-board. An FTDI cable provides power, but this could be replaced with any regulated 5V supply. The video shows a bit of flicker due to refresh rates, but this isn't visible in person - it's just like when you try to videotape a TV or computer monitor. In the future, I may expand this project into some kind of synthesizer. It could be a neat platform for music manipulation - similar to the Monome and Arduinome, but with full RGB display potential. More details are online at http://mattkeeter.com/projects/lightquad/

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      • New MultiWiiCopter board test


        from Brian Bland / Added

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        First test flight of a MultiWii board I built for a friend. No trimming was done. Just plugged it in and flew. Running MultiWiiCopter V1.7.

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        • Criatura da Laje


          from Thiago Mundim / Added

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          Project developed at the AA Visiting School Rio de Janeiro by the students: amanda richardson lucas de sordi lucas martino rafael barmak rebeca kaizer shane laptiste and tutors: livia diniz ricardo de ostos nannette jackowski thiago mundim

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          • NNW5 - Beyond Arduino


            from nerdnite wellington / Added

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            nerdnite wellington 5 Beyond Arduino "Beyond Arduino" will be about going a layer lower and learning from the Arduino designs to implement custom embedded electronics, from the perspective of challenges and lessons attempting to a complete self-contained Stratum-1 NTP server board. David Zanetti has been in and around IT for the past 16 years professionally, and a geek well before that. Most of the time it's with Open Source systems, and currently as a contractor with a multinational running Open Source systems for a variety of large New Zealand customers. David's presentation can be found here: http://prezi.com/kek1zowv0u47/

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            • when they had spoken of electrification, we had thought...


              from Michael Petchkovsky / Added

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              This is a piece of jewellery I've recently (April 2011) completed and exhibited. An aluminium band from Sydney's great Reverse Garbage centre was drilled out to carry an array of LEDS. The lights are controlled via Arduino Nano to electrically convey a fluxus of inscription. This future referencing piece will tell a different story at each viewing, being as how the 500 or so carefully selected words inside are algorithmically encouraged to emerge in random combination interspersed with breaks in pattern. The accompanying soundtrack is environmental gallery noise during 140 seconds of exhibit at ESP gallery in Marrickville, Sydney 2011.

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              • [Study for] A Single Composite [poly6]


                from Owen Mundy / Added

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                A study for an upcoming installation in Berlin.

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                • TEAGUE Computerless Arduino


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                  Here’s a fun hack we’ve been experimenting with at Teague — a computerless Arduino! It’s small, inexpensive, and doesn’t require a computer to change the code, so you can take it with you and make awesome things anywhere. The Computerless Arduino consists of two major components; an Arduino-compatible microcontroller loaded with a realtime code interpreter, and a stand-alone 5 button LCD display to display port values and manipulate code. The display can be connected to the Arduino via a 4-pin port at any time to peek at In/Out values, view the current code, and make changes as desired. Check out the code and try it yourself at labs.teague.com Music is creative commons by Clarence Simpson

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                  • Spatial projection in the interactive mirror


                    from fabian kreuzer / Added

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                    With the help of this Interactive Mirror, the consequences of the excessive consumption of semi-luxury foodstuffs are illustrated. As a person steps in front of the mirror and takes one of the objects, the graphic representation starts to react. The three objects lying on the pillar represent an excessive consumption of alcohol, fast-food or cigarettes. The special feature of the installation is its ability to show the graphics in a correct spatial relation to the mirror image. Thereby a whole new form of interaction is created. For more infos, please refer to my portfolio. http://www.fabiankreuzer.de/ Film: Fabian Kreuzer Installation: Benedikt Burgmaier Fabian Kreuzer Frank Schäffer Musik: Console - My Dog Eats Beats Thanks for the support: Prof. Hartmut Bohnacker Oemer Yildiray Oezkeles http://www.oyo.at Thiele Glas http://www.thiele-glas.de Schreinerei Wirsching

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                    • RGB Matrix


                      from Glen Beestone / Added

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                      8x8 RGB matrix controlled by a Boarduino (Arduino clone) Atmega32 microcontroller. through 4 8bit shift registers (One each for the Red, Green Blue and common pins) The code is not my own i downloaded it from the internet just to test my build.

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