Friday, May 1st, 2015 Stammtisch #19
Discussion about art and science.
“The feeling of awed wonder that science can give us is one of the highest experiences of which the human psyche is capable. It is a deep aesthetic passion to rank with the finest that music and poetry can deliver. It is truly one of the things that make life worth living and it does so, if anything, more effectively if it convinces us that the time we have for living is quite finite.” — Richard Dawkins
“Anything goes.” — Paul Feyerabend
shows and explains his research. He works with a scanning tunneling microscope, which allows to make atoms and molecules visible and makes it possible to move them around.
Video by IBM. A boy and his atom
http://willpowerstudios.com/ // http://willpowerlifeforce.com
3D visuals controlled by Leap Motion and microphone.
Soul Eater > character who thrives on perfect symmetry
Audio-visual performance including a guitar and dancer, who’s motions are captured with a Kinect.
— IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT —
After some discussion, we have decided
it would be safer to move the Stammtisch
away from the war zone that is traditionally
Kottbusser Tor on May 1st. We will meet at
the IXDS offices (thanks to Ramin).
The address is:
See you there!
Stuff to see / read
Wifi + High Performance, some GPIOs and Arduino compatible
Electrical muscle stimulation and Motion tracking allows objects to communicate
5 Reasons Why BPG Will Eventually Replace JPEG
Robust Dynamic Projection Mapping
Offscreen Colonies by Conspiracy
64k demo that won 1st place at Revision 2015
A paint that is invisible by day and reflects light by night
This Is What Norway’s New Bills Will Look Like In 2017
I will see your Norwegian banknotes, and raise you a Canadian passport
Demoscene effects coded in Processing
Generative typography examples by Amnon Owed ported from P5 to OF
Revision 2015 compo 8k
Ryoji Ikeda - supersymmetry
And the guardian article: http://www.theguardian.com/artanddesign/jonathanjonesblog/2015/apr/23/art-respond-science-cern-ryoji-ikeda-supersymmetry
The Neurophone (Brain)
Kristoffer Ørum - Recognized Faces
Mountains of Mouthness
“Panther Modern is a 3D-rendered art museum curated by net artist, LaTurbo Avedon, an anonymous internet based artist that exists only as a 3D rendered avatar on the web. LaTurbo Avedon commissions digital artists to create installations in online spaces that she has specifically created for each artist asked to participate.” — Mark Dorf