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Expression is a typographic projection based on the sending of SMS. When received, messages were flowing on the first wall wandering slowly around windows, ending their path on a second wall feeding a structural composition representing syntax analysis.

"Expression" projection monumentale interactive from 2Roqs on Vimeo.

 
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Tool assisted Delaunay image vectorization using Scriptographer and Color Averaging by Jürg Lehni.
Currently under development.
More here : http://www.jonathanpuckey.com/projects/delaunay-raster/#

 
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(i)Pawn is a game using analog pawns on a digital tray. It recognise the different pawns and propose different narrative paths according to the players.
See demo video here :http://www.volumique.com/blog/?p=31
See more examples of Iphone & analog games developped by E. Mineur on :
www.volumique.com

 
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Medusalith Amaquelin is a project using robotics to form a hybride object between human body and technology.
find full documentation here : http://www.prosvia10.com/installations/Medusa.pdf
credits : Clorinde Durand

 
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The artist uses a hacked device to receive video streams of surveillance cameras in public spaces, the photo series relate the the ongoing process of this project.
check his website at : /www.recyclism.com

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Gravity is a collaborative application using buildings’architecture as a projection surface.
The messages sent through sms are split into words and then dropped from the top of the projection. As they fall, they collide with their environment thus creating a structural and spatial cadavre exquis.
Follow his website : http://v3ga.net/

about :Julien Gachadoat, programmer at the studio 2Roqs in Bordeaux, France

Gravity from 2Roqs on Vimeo.

 
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Cut and Paste is a kinetic sculpture. It was Stefan Schwabes final project at the Aix-en-Provence art school. Starting with a stack of white papers (A4) he created a mechanism wich permitts each sheet of paper one by one to take a lovely flight and to build up a new stack that way. If you do cut and paste on Microsoft Windows you may contemplate the nice metaphor of a flying sheet of paper that accompanies the digital file transfer process.
Complete documentation here :
http://www.ecole-art-aix.fr/article3710.html
Find more interesting works on his vimeo :

 
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OutRun - Garnet Hertz

An arcade game you can actually drive.

The car-shaped sit-down arcade cabinet of OutRun is converted into a small car that can drive.


This project attempts to combine the real world and OutRun, an arcade driving game released by Sega in 1986.

 
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A Machine To See With - Blast Theory's new project for 2010 01SJ Biennial.

A Machine To See With is a work for pedestrians and their mobile phones and puts participants inside a movie as they walk through the city.

 
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Couldn't resist...

An elderly man on the M20 near the Channel Tunnel entrance in a mobility scooter in April last year

A 91-year-old was well and truly in
the slow lane when he found himself on the A2 in a mobility
scooter.

The pensioner was spotted on the busy dual carriageway near
Dartford Heath travelling just a few miles per hour as other
vehicles roared past him.