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Evan Roth’s Graffiti Analysis sculpture series

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By Phil Groman in New Art on Thursday 13 December 2012

This is a series of delicate sculptures created by analyzing the movement through space of graffiti writers and translating that data into a beautifully finished 3D printed model.

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Wireless computer keyboard built from organic materials

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By Phil Groman in New Eco on Wednesday 12 December 2012

Natural Keyboard is a wireless computer keyboard built from organic materials. The body and keys are 100% wood and the frame is covered in imitation moss. The textures creates a tactile sensation while visually defying the standard aesthetic for modern technology products.

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RGBDToolkit: filmmaking in 3D

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By Phil Groman in Tech on Tuesday 13 November 2012

The RGBDToolkit is an open source platform for filmmaking in 3D. By utilizing a hacked X-Box Kinect depth sensor paired with a DSLR video camera, the kit allows filmmakers to create a unique hybrid form of three dimensional video.

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Silo468: a permanent light installation in Helsinki

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By Phil Groman in Video on Tuesday 13 November 2012

Silo 468 is a permanent light installation that transforms an abandoned oil silo in Helsinki into a light display and civic center. Custom software controls the installation’s 1,250 white LEDs, which uses real-time data on prevailing winds to trigger a light display mimicking swarms of birds in flight.

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ThunderWall: interactive window display in NYC

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By Phil Groman in Video on Tuesday 13 November 2012

ThunderWall is an interactive window display on Mercer Street, New York, that enables a passerby to activate a lightning storm behind the glass. By touching a button projected onto the window, the user initiates a series of lightning events in raw interior space. The piece uses capacitive touch sensing through glass to trigger sculpted lightening […]

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MOB: an event-sharing app

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By Phil Groman in Tech on Tuesday 13 November 2012

MOB is a recently released event-sharing iPhone App for discovering and organizing spontaneous creative gatherings. The App offers a simple way for users to connect with friends and strangers for improvised and inspiring events, such as group jam sessions, neighborhood clean-ups and whimsical guerrilla politics.

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Leap Motion: a computer input device

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By Phil Groman in Tech on Tuesday 13 November 2012

This could very well become the next generation of computer input devices, in an age beyond keyboards and mice. Essentially the Leap is a sophisticated sensor that allows the user to control a computer in three dimensions using natural natural hand and finger movements.

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