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Hz Journal: The Book of Stamps: Travel Guide for a Sonic Landscaping from Cities to Urban Cultures

[Fig. 6. A single page of the Book of Stamps. It acts as a score that sends instruction to computer application that generates a soundscape based on the type and number of symbols that were stamped onto the page.] The Book of Stamps: Travel Guide for a Sonic Landscaping from Cities to Urban Cultures by Art Clay:

The « Book of Stamps » by the sounds artist Art Clay is a travel guide between sonic landscapes from cities to urban cultures. The sheets of the book provide a “recording surface” and the ink stamps with their various patterns provide the ability to place sounds into the book. Together they act as an interactive tangible interface for a variety of time based musical tasks that form a collaborative composition by its users. Continue reading


May 9, 11:45
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TEI 2012: Art Explorations [ca Kingston]

Sixth International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (TEI 2012): Art Explorations :: February 19-22, 2012 :: Queen’s Human Media Lab, Kingston, Ontario, Canada :: Call for Works - Deadline: November 30, 2011; 4:59 pm PST.

The Art Explorations track at TEI 2012 invites interactive artworks that explore the intersections between rich materiality, sensory interaction and digital and computational expression. The work should be tangibly evocative, thought provoking and content rich. Artworks can employ interactivity through digital installations, technology-enriched fashion and textiles, and interactive products and services. Continue reading


Nov 15, 13:46
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Pulp-Based Computing: Building Computers Out of Paper

Marelo Coelho, Lyndl Hall and Joanna Berzowska have developed a series of techniques for building sensors, actuators and circuit boards that behave, look, and feel like paper. Continue reading


Oct 15, 19:26
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Reblogged Hiroshi Ishii makes the virtual tangible

[Image: Hiroshi Ishii with one of his early projects, bottles that play music when their stoppers are removed. Photo / Donna Coveney] Ishii makes the virtual tangible — A ‘hands-on’ approach to computers by David Chandler, MIT News Office, April 6, 2009:

“At a time when ever more aspects of our lives are moving toward the virtual, online world — stores, newspapers, games and even social interactions — Hiroshi Ishii seems to be swimming against that current: His aim is to bring the world of computers into more real and tangible form, seamlessly integrated with our daily lives.

Instead of just using flat screens, keyboards and mice, he wants people to be able to interact with their computers and other devices by moving around and by handling real physical objects. In short, by doing what comes naturally. Continue reading


May 15, 14:32
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Khronos Projector

The Khronos Projector — by Alvaro Cassinelli — is an interactive-art installation allowing people to explore pre-recorded movie content in an entirely new way. A classic video-tape allows a simple control of the reproducing process (stop, backward, forward, and elementary control on the reproduction speed). Modern digital players add little more than the possibility to perform random temporal jumps between image frames.

The goal of the Khronos Projector is to go beyond these forms of exclusive temporal control, by giving the user an entirely new dimension to play with: by touching the projection screen, the user is able to send parts of the image forward or backwards in time. By actually touching a deformable projection screen, shaking it or curling it, separate “islands of time” as well as “temporal waves” are created within the visible frame. This is done by interactively reshaping a two-dimensional spatio-temporal surface that “cuts” the spatio-temporal volume of data generated by a movie. Continue reading


Apr 22, 14:35
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Live Stage: Rachel Beth Egenhoefer [uk London]

thursdayclub.jpgTHURSDAY CLUB :: Rachel Beth Egenhoefer: Knitting Intangibles :: April 17, 2008; 6-8 pm :: Seminar Rooms at Ben Pimlott Building (Ground Floor, right), Goldsmiths, University of London, New Cross :: FREE, ALL ARE WELCOME.

Rachel Beth Egenhoefer will be presenting work in progress from her residency that explores the motion of knitting and the motion of code. Some of the work includes a knit zoetrope, interactive virtual knitting, knitting with the Nintendo Wii and others. She describes the interactive virtual knitting as demonstrating the motion from the knitting actions are tracked and translated into a visualization of knit code displayed on screen (and eventually on the web). Continue reading


Apr 3, 17:46
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The Reconfigurable House in Belgium Now

Tangible and Embedded Interaction

linz06.jpg[Image: Reactable] International Journal of Arts and Technology (IJART) Special Issue: Tangible and Embedded Interaction :: Guest Editors: Eva Hornecker, The Open University, UK; Albrecht Schmidt, University of Duisburg, Germany; Brygg Ullmer, Louisiana State University, USA.

With technological advances, computing has progressively moved beyond the desktop into new physical and social contexts. As physical artifacts gain new computational behaviours, they become reprogrammable, customisable, repurposable, and interoperable in rich ecologies and diverse contexts. Continue reading


Jan 24, 16:10
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Generator.x 2.0: Beyond the Screen [de Berlin]

071127_gx20_lennyjpg.jpgGenerator.x 2.0: Beyond the Screen - Workshop / Exhibition / Performance :: Call for Participation :: January 24 - February 2, Ballhaus Naunynstrasse [DAM] :: part of CTM.08 - Unpredictable - Festival for Adventurous Music and Related Visual Arts, Berlin.

Generator.x in collaboration with Club Transmediale and [DAM] presents Generator.x 2.0: Beyond the screen, a workshop and exhibition about digital fabrication and generative systems. Digital fabrication (also known as “fabbing“) represents the next step in the digital revolution. After years of virtualization, with machines and atoms being replaced by bits and software, we are coming full circle. Continue reading


Dec 3, 15:12
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