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Art42 | Enjoy an infinite stream of AI generated Art
Launching today , an infinite stream of AI generated art. Thank you @pbaylies for the inspi…
machine-learning  art 
7 weeks ago by tamberg
Peiqi Su
The Penis Wall is a kinetic sculpture consisting of 81 3D-printed erectable penises that were designed to visualize fluctuations in the stock market (Mode 1). It was also developed to have the ability to respond to a viewer's movement (Mode 2) and dance to a piece of music (Mode 3).
iot  art 
may 2019 by tamberg
Made in Machina/e
an ongoing research into the relationship of Nordic design and Chinese manufacturing culture, machine learning and the authorship roles in design". Read: algorithmically generated "Nordic designs" made in China, based on generating design briefs via Tensorflow. A fascinating project by Simone Rebaudengo and Sami Niemelä.
machine-learning  design  art 
march 2019 by tamberg
Bjørn Karmann › Objectifier
Objectifier empowers people to train objects in their daily environment to respond to their unique behaviors. It gives an experience of training an artificial intelligence; a shift from a passive consumer to an active, playful director of domestic technology. Interacting with Objectifier is much like training a dog - you teach it only what you want it to care about. Just like a dog, it sees and understands its environment.
machine-learning  hci  iot  ubicomp  art 
january 2019 by tamberg
Bjørn Karmann › soundscape
Soundscape is a concept developed for Soundcloud to enable location based music in the urban space. It is based on the user's listening habits which get mapped into their specific areas of the city.
iot  geo  music  art 
january 2019 by tamberg
Bjørn Karmann › newsglobus
News Globus has a physical interface that piques the curiosity of people and asks them to explore the world not by news of a single place, but by the relationships between places.
hci  art 
january 2019 by tamberg
Bjørn Karmann › Trajectories
Real mobility data provided by our mobility app ‘moovel’ is automatically dripped on an illuminated paper canvas.
iot  art 
january 2019 by tamberg
jwz: Massive Attack's Mezzanine remastered in aerosol spray can format
Addressing the novel storage method, Massive Attack's Robert '3D' Del Naja -- who according to the press release is "also known as a graffiti artist" -- said: "It's a creative way to store your back catalogue, although DNA-encoded spray paint is unlikely to be adopted by street artists seeking anonymity".
The complex encoding process is explained in detail in by Dr Robert Grass of Zurich-based company TurboBeads. "This digital bitstream of the album (0s and 1s) was first translated to 901'065 DNA sequences (A, C, T and Gs), each 105 characters long", says Grass. "The 901'065 individual sequences were then chemically synthesised resulting in a synthetic DNA sample, which fully represents the digital bitstream of the album."

Then, in order to "guarantee information stability", the DNA sequences were encapsulated in "synthetic glass fossils", which were added directly to the spray can. According to Dr Grass, each can "contains at least 0.1 micrograms of the synthetic DNA, which is equivalent to 1 million copies of the album."
biotech  art 
october 2018 by tamberg
» SUPERGESTURES LingQL
Later, in a dramatic public spectacle on 10th March, another group of 30 members of the public each wore a SUPERGESTURES power suit, lit up with animated LEDs and triggered by a high tech sensor system, to listen to, ‘embody’ and perform all the co-created stories, visions, and gestures at key locations around Manchester. The hour-long semi-choreographed interactive walking performance was designed to lead people across several different neighbourhoods and immerse them in a future envisaged by the young people of the city, who will be most affected by current policy and technology decisions.
wearable  art 
july 2018 by tamberg
Clément Renaud | Aether Mashup
A portable surveillance device that monitors and displays wifi activity in real-time.
wifi  art 
july 2018 by tamberg
David Chatting - A Watched Pot Never Boils
@julian0liver I built a watched pot that never boils a few years back using face detection >
iot  art 
june 2018 by tamberg
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