The Counter Kitchen (TCK) is hosting back-to-back demos on June 15 and 16 led by two of NY's most creative entrepreneurs. They will make you want to breathe in deeply and smile, because we're talking fragrance and chocolate. Don't miss out, sign up early and join us in The Counter Kitchen to re-school your senses! Each demo costs $10 per person, which includes admission, tastes, take-aways, and recipes.


 

Why does a minor chord sound sad? Is there a formula for the perfect hit? Whistling, dancing, finger-snapping, and toe-tapping—what makes us do it? Find out when music and science join forces in an interactive bazaar of beats, sounds, and rhythm in the exhibition BIORHYTHM, created by the Science Gallery and presented at Eyebeam as part of the World Science Festival. Learn what drives sound manipulation and discover how different types of music evoke different emotions. Trace the power of an impactful pop hook in a song, measuring the way our brains and bodies react, down to the responses in our fingertips.

Gallery hours: 12noon-6pm, Tuesday - Saturday until August 6.
Tours: 2PM and 4PM, Fridays and Saturdays.

 
Video still from "Synesthesia" by Terri Timely

Join Eyebeam for Surround Sounds, an evening of art + technology + food + conversation with fellow Jacob Ciocci, and residents Dave Jimison and Tahir Hemphill. Over the course of the evening, guests will be invited to share in a series of edible and aural experiences. Ciocci, Jimison and Hemphill will present their sound-based work in an informal discussion environment with food and drink.

Surround Sounds is the first event in Eyebeam’s new X-Lab Salon series, a program of thematic critical discussions taking place around an informal dining table.

 

What happens when we use a brand's code to distribute our own message?

Activist group GAIA will be collaborating with Hacking Couture in this workshop.

Hacking Couture is a platform for launching new fashion creations through an open source approach of reverse engineering fashion brands and making the code available online. Hands on workshops encourage participants to create using the codes regardless of their level of fashion knowledge, and to engage in the larger fashion conversation. By understanding the coding of established fashion, this project provides a platform to empower participants to step up and create.

Sign-up here.

 

Join 16 NYC public high school students as they pitch their ideas for new apps for the mobile platform.

Over the course of 12 intense summer days, as part of Eyebeam's 11th annual Digital Day Camp program, these teens have worked with a team of experienced interaction designers to learn about all aspects of mobile technology. On our final day together, we will polish our ideas and translate them into a proper pitch - just for YOU: a mix of designers, developers, business leaders, mobile researchers, and more.

Our dream: One of you will help us turn our app ideas into reality! At the very least, we hope you will share your insights and feedback with us.

 
Summer School '09 participants Steve Lambert, Stephen Duncombe, and Laura MacCleery mingle after a long day of thinking, making, and sharing.

Eyebeam's annual Summer School program offers a lively mix of youth programs, master classes, public lectures, & hands-on workshops. This year’s program has been organized as part of our summer 2010 exhibition Re:Group: Beyond Models of Consensus showcases work that subverts existing systems or envisions new alternatives to the ways in which individuals can take part, or choose not to take part, in social and cultural life.

 
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DIGITAL DAY CAMP is a summer intensive program for youth enrolled in public or private high school. DDC provides a unique, creative, and hands-on learning experience in applied art and technology, where teenagers will engage with professional working artists, technologists, designers, and educators in the areas of gaming, electronics, coding, music, and more.

DIGITAL DAY CAMP 2013 (DDC13)  
A SUMMER arts/tech INTENSIVE FOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS  
JULY 8 - AUGUST 2, 2013 

 

Eyebeam is pleased to present SADbot, a site-specific installation created by Dustyn Roberts and Ben Leduc-Mills for the Eyebeam Window Gallery. SADbot will be on view through Saturday, July 24.

Join us for a closing reception on Thursday, July 22, 6-7:30PM, followed by Summer School @ Night: Open Retail, moderated by Dustyn Roberts.

SADbot (The Seasonally Affected Drawing Robot) is a solar powered, interactive drawing machine. SADbot takes input from people walking outside the gallery window by putting a set of sensors that can tell how much light they're getting (photocells) up against the inside of the window.  SADbot knows if someone is covering up one of the sensors, and can change its drawing behavior accordingly.

 
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