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Monthly Archives: September 2007

MediaArchitecture Conference

September 24, 2007 | | One Comment

The MediaArchitecture conference held last week at Central Saint Martins in London was an enjoyable 2 days with an excellent lineup of speakers that generated a very critical and forward thinking discussion to the relationship between media-technologies, Architectural Design, … Read More

Energy Conservation using Sensory Technologies

September 22, 2007 |

Video by Honda

Its always interesting seeing how large scale commercial industries have tapped into the ideas of sensory and actuator rich environments. By chance I came accross an entertaining advert by Honda, that asks what if "things knew … Read More

spectr|a|um – Lab[au]

September 21, 2007 |

There seems to be so many events going on at the moment. Here’s one in Brussels  that looks like its going to great if your interested in audiovisual art and architecture. ‘spectr|a|um’ by Lab[au] will be an evening of … Read More

An Evolutionary Architecture – John Frazer

September 20, 2007 | | 7 Comments

An Evolutionary Architecture by John Frazer is a fascinating book that has been out of print for some time. Fortunately it has been made freely available on the web to download and I recommend anyone who’s interesting in interactive … Read More

Burble London – Usman Haque – part 2

September 19, 2007 | | 2 Comments

Congratulations to Usman Haque and his team on the second successful flight of his ‘Burble‘ project. Here are a few photos of the event which was held in london over the weekend.

Thanks to … Read More

SmartCity Conference – Paris

September 18, 2007 | | 2 Comments

The exponential development of new technologies increases possibilities of art interventions in urban space: mobile and wireless technologies, geo-localisation or geographical information systems, sensors and long-range interaction systems, digital technologies. They generate new artistic practices by the interaction with … Read More