Are you ready to see, talk to and meet yourself in the year 2034?

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By Kenny Ong in Tech on Tuesday 18 November 2014

Are you curious about how you’ll turn out in the year 2034? Publicis Conseil has recently created for Orange, the global digital powerhouse of French origin, a not-to-be-missed digital experience that allows each one of us to meet and talk with one’s future self. Go to here and live the extraordinary interactive experience. Simply take […]

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Bla Bla: an interactive movie for your computer

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By Sara Halas in Cool Websites on Tuesday 2 April 2013

Bla Bla is an interactive experience that explores fundamental principles of communication between humans. The story progresses in a way based on your own interaction with the characters. My favourite scene involves making about twenty little cartoon men change the colour of their faces. Bla Bla was designed by Vincent Morriset, a computer programmer from […]

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Melbourne band Brightly create an interactive world map to help share their album

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By Charlie Gleason in New Music on Wednesday 20 March 2013

This is the Beginnings and Endings project. It’s a collaborative, interactive world map to help my Melbourne-based band Brightly share our debut album, for free. We wanted to prove that independent artists can still make a mark by throwing a metaphorical paper aeroplane and seeing how far it goes. When you join up, you get our new […]

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Crystal: Lego from Mars

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By lidi in New Art on Monday 14 January 2013

Each crystal is made out of a salt solution that grows around a LED. Wirelessly charged via a special power mat, the crystals come alive at night when visitors start adding, moving or sharing them. Crystal is the Lego from Mars, says Dutch artist Daan Roosegaarde. He’s referring to its ‘spacey’ design and share-ability. ‘Crystal allows people to express their stories in a very public way. You can either share or steal them’, says the Dutch artist. ‘I see both actions as a compliment’.

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Staggering Beauty: an interactive website

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By Bryan Stewart in Cool Websites on Wednesday 22 August 2012

Staggering Beauty is a cool way to spend a few minutes of the day. A great interactive piece that’s pure fun. Just don’t shake it too hard if you’re epileptic.

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Quintetto makes music from the movements of goldfish

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By Quiet ensemble in New Trends on Sunday 11 March 2012

Quintetto is an installation based on the study of casual movement of objects or living creatures used as input for the production of sounds. The basic concept is to reveal what we call invisible concerts of everyday life. The vertical movements of the five fish in the aquarium is captured by a video camera that […]

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Adam Brucker’s Impossible Curve sculpture

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By Bob Weaver in New Art on Tuesday 27 September 2011

A modern riff on ‘string art’ from the 60s and 70s, this artwork features modular panels of aluminum and nylon cord attached to the wall with powerful magnets.

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Latest chapter in the N-spired Story

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By Sam in New Fashion on Thursday 14 July 2011

The N-spired Story just launched Chapter 4: Escaping Fate, an amazing story about Henry Ziegland who, in 1883, thought he escaped his fate when he dodged a bullet with his name on it.

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The N-spired Story: interactive t-shirt fashion

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By Sam Yousif in New Fashion on Tuesday 5 April 2011

A mobile phone and a t-shirt. That is all you need to read The N-spired Story: the first ever interactive book written by the world. Through the website, anyone can share a story, an idea, a personal experience, or anything else worth telling.

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