27 Aug 2010

Free to be human

Future Google

Web 3.0

Water painting

Internet of things

24 Aug 2010

Plastic to oil

23 Aug 2010

1bit symphony

18 Aug 2010

3d drawing tool

14 Aug 2010

Interior mapping

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Music and Visuaisation

7 Aug 2010

Eye Controls

18 Jul 2010

3D Manipulation

29 May 2010

Where is my flying car?

28 May 2010

Computer Transmitted Disease

26 May 2010

CSS3 Animation (no flash)

Only works on Chrome and Safari for the moment.


Nice theme tune

The main purpose of the card is to work as an USB memory.

The firmware uses the internal flash of the microcontroller, so the capacity of the mass storage unit is only 24 KB max. Enough to put a cover letter and resume in HTML.
If more memory is needed, the current PCB and circuitry supports an external 8-pin SPI (or I2C) flash memory chip (up to 32MB!). Interesting for providing the project documentation or code!

In addition, the microcontroller firmware includes a bootloader that allows you to run small programs stored in the USB drive. These programs add functionalities to the card.

At the moment, the following applications are available:

* Datalogger:
Capture digital signals. Capturing modes (without compression / worst case):

o 8 channels @ 500KHz
o 4 channels @ 1MHz
o 2 channels @ 2MHz
o 1 channel @ 4MHz.

* Oscilloscope :
10 bits of resolution. Capture modes:

o 4 channels @ 67.5KHz
o 2 channels @ 125KHz;
o 1 channel @ 250KHz;

Easy augmented reality

Silk screen lights

21 May 2010

Minority Report

19 May 2010

Open source tin

Are you human?

15 May 2010


7 May 2010

Processing shapes

Energy use

6 May 2010

3 May 2010

Book printing machine

Interactive album cover.

In browser

28 Apr 2010


15 Apr 2010

Musical feet

25 Feb 2010

13 Jan 2010

There is nothing wrong with something wrong.

6 Jan 2010

8 Dec 2009

30 Nov 2009

26 Nov 2009


Karsten Schmidt from Etapes on Vimeo.

This is probably one of the most important interviews I have seen, it has made me think really hard about my practice.

25 Nov 2009


"Ten Thousand Cents" is a digital artwork that creates a representation of a $100 bill. Using a custom drawing tool, thousands of individuals working in isolation from one another painted a tiny part of the bill without knowledge of the overall task. Workers were paid one cent each via Amazon's Mechanical Turk distributed labor tool. The total labor cost to create the bill, the artwork being created, and the reproductions available for purchase (to charity) are all $100. The work is presented as a video piece with all 10,000 parts being drawn simultaneously. The project explores the circumstances we live in, a new and uncharted combination of digital labor markets, "crowdsourcing," "virtual economies," and digital reproduction.

24 Nov 2009

18 Nov 2009

4 Nov 2009