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Haptic-Sensitive Instrument – Jonathan Sparks

May 5, 2015 |

Jonathan Sparks is an artist living in Brooklyn, NY. His work combines computer programing, fabrication, electronics and multimedia.

Vibraille is his early exploration into the possibilities of adding haptic feedback into the mobile devices that usually rely heavily on the … Read More

Ghost Pole Propagator : A Timeless Petroglyphic Animation

May 5, 2015 |

When entering a historical castle, one may not expect to see a series of moving stick-figures on the wall. This is what Golan Levin created on the wall of Belsay Hall Castle, Newcastle, United Kingdom in 2007. The interactive installation … Read More

The Geodesic Sphere as an Exoskeleton of Life

May 4, 2015 |

Common sense suggests that architects have been struggling to fulfill continuous human and aesthetic requirements since the beginning of our society. However, it is still widely understood that architecture has always been conceived as extremely static structures. Buildings did not … Read More

Thomas Carpentier’s “The Measures of Man”

May 2, 2015 |

Thomas Carpentier is an architect interested into uses, rituals, ergonomics, body interactions, subversion as design process and communication strategies. The project “Measure(s) of Man: Architects’ Data Add-on” provides a new version of the Architects’ Data by Ernst Neufert, … Read More

Towards a new symbiosis – Gilberto Esparza

May 1, 2015 |

Gilberto Esparza (born in 1975; lives and works in Mexico) is known for building autonomous robots that can survive in urban space, by stealing the energy that generates the city. On finding publications about research projects using microbial fuel cell, he was immediately … Read More

Learning as a defining element of Artificial Intelligence

April 28, 2015 |

For more than 50 years, robotics and scientists have put their effort into developing artificial intelligence, and research into AI has been done to a very high level. However, intelligence has always been one of those concepts that is very … Read More

Codes in Wayang Kulit Puppet

April 27, 2015 |

Wayang Kulit or Indonesian traditional shadow puppetry is an ancient form of narrative that utilises light and shadow. This performance shows the projection of flat leather shadow puppet on white screen from behind. Then the master puppeteer called Dhalang … Read More

The Rules of Games and Spaces

April 26, 2015 |

The essence of ‘games’ lies in a person’s immersion in play subject to rules. Immersion implies a complete and, more importantly, willing absorption in the activity. The difference between ‘play’ and ‘playing games’ is the presence of rules. All games … Read More