September 4th, Stammtisch #23
Shows his recent D3.js experiments, including a simulation of a molecular transistor.
Ramin and Aravinth recommend dat.gui
Video synthesizer made in Quartz Composer + VDMX.
Three.js + web midi vjing web application.
“Lobsters are actually fish in jackets.”
Brain-duino, a brainwave amplifier for Arduino.
like our facebook page ^_^ , google+ page , tweet something, instructables, github
ppl who r interested in cutting edge electronics memristor and it’s documentation
Shows some experiments made at Lacuna: http://lacunalab.tumblr.com/
Generative art made with a Commodore Vic-20.<
Machine learning robot [Aldebaran Robotics] that imitates full body gestures. Source code here
Will exhibit in an exhibition at spektrum [link to event]
Also showed a video [link] of an installation piece by Anaisa Franco called Heart of the City that was exhibited in Sidney, Australia.
Talks about the current and upcoming programs of her School of Machines, Making & Make-Believe. Announces a brand new program that will take place in February at Casa Jasmina in Italy.
A* Object lovers: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/06/09/woman-who-loves-the-berlin-wall_n_873944.html
RC* “You Love Your iPhone”: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/10/01/opinion/you-love-your-iphone-literally.html?_r=0
Installation on a festival in the netherlands, which projects onto mason jars.
Presentation about the difficulties of concurrent programming and presented his visual programming system that simplifies concurrent programming.
Stuff to go to
co.up hacking party
Stuff to see / read
Vince McKelvie - regularly publishing gifs on his Tumblr http://vincemckelvie.tumblr.com
Hyposurface by dECOI (2011)
Ferrolic clock tells time with magnetic ferrofluid
“Visitors are invited to make a fire to power up the wifi router in the stone…”
IF YOU STUDY THE MATERIAL ON THIS WEBSITE YOU WILL HOPEFULLY UNDERSTAND WHAT OUR PURPOSE HERE ON EARTH HAS BEEN.
Uncube magazine #36 — Uncanny Valley
Wearable projection-mapped mask
‘Pixar in a box’: a collaboration between Pixar and the Khan Academy about how math is used in animation: https://www.khanacademy.org/partner-content/pixar
- I couldn’t find a video in the article: https://vimeo.com/119266974
Three out of six surfaces of the cube are made of flexible membrane (foil mirror) with air tank and a compressor connected to it and the other three mirrors are semi transparent spy-glass. By inflating or deflating the air tank, the membrane turns convex or concave, deforming the reflections.
Visualizing “the history of discoveries of icy worlds in the fringes of our solar system”
Stuff to do
Construct (Ascribe.io hackathon)
September 18 - September 20
“three days of hacking art, creativity, intellectual property, digital creations, and more, during Berlin Art Week”
Event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1490009977981378/