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Live Stage: Representing Earth [us Los Angeles]

field-works_fujihata.jpg(image caption: “Field-Works” ongoing project, by Masaki Fujihata) USC Interactive Media Division presents Representing Earth by Michael Naimark :: October 31, 2007; 6-8 pm :: Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts (RZC), Room 201, Zemeckis Media Lab (ZML), 3131 South Figueroa Blvd., Los Angeles, CA.

Representing Earth, actual places at actual moments, presents a unique challenge. Unlike fantasy places like Second Life and video games, Earth has a “ground truth” frame of reference, indexed by latitude, longitude, altitude, and time. Hence all potential Earth models cross correlate with each other into a singular Earth model. Continue reading


Oct 30, 15:49
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Making Games Physical

gamevest_x220.jpg“A new vest from TN Games aims to bring more realism to the video-game experience by simulating impacts. In a first-person shooter, for example, the gaming vest, called 3rd Space, mimics the force of enemy fire. The vest’s air compressor controls eight embedded pneumatic cells that produce impacts of various strengths and in various locations on the player’s torso, in response to events that occur in a video game.

The 3rd Space vest is a scaled-down version of a medical device that CEO Mark Ombrellaro is developing. A vascular surgeon by training, Ombrellaro was working on a pilot project for Texas Tech University, experimenting with using telehealth to deliver health care to prisoners… Continue reading


Oct 30, 15:37
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Live Stage: Upgrade! Scotland [uk Dundee]

upgrade_scotland.jpgUpgrade! Scotland: ~ in the fields’ ima flue (k) – Hybrid Lifeforms :: October 31, 2007; 5.30 -7.30 pm :: Dundee Contemporary Arts, 152 Nethergate, Dundee.

~ in the fields, Nicole Heidtke and Stefan Baumberger, is a partnership based in interdisciplinay practice combining “art with science, philosophy with poetry and virtual with real architecture”. ~ in the fields have produced installations which collide research into natural phenomena, such as the growth of plants and organisms, with computer aided installations. One example: Continue reading


Oct 30, 15:21
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Seeker

seeker.jpgSeeker – by Leon Cmielewski & Josephine Starrs (with programming by Adam Hinshaw) – uses three large projections to explore migration, territorial boundaries, conflict commodities and human displacement. Seeker’s interactive component enables participants to map their own personal family migration history. Making a contribution allows access to a visualisation of all accumulated maps. The most recent vectors are drawn first, followed gradually by the vectors of previous participants. An alternative animated visualisation can be accessed by the viewer where elegant curves represent the distance each generation has travelled. Continue reading


Oct 30, 14:13
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Reblogged WikiPediaVision: Watch Realtime Wikipedia Edits

200710291151.jpgWith WikiPediaVision you can watch realtime English Wikipedia edits on a Google Map. It was inspired by Twittervision and Flickrvision (Radar post). The site combines Wikipedia’s Recent Changes page with “Google Maps API, hostip.info and GoNew’s IP to country service.” You can learn more about the service on its FAQ. It was built by László Kozma, a grad-student at the Helsinki University of Technology.

[via Justin Hall via Duncan Gough] [posted by Brady Forrest on O’Reilly Radar]


Oct 30, 14:12
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Review of “Relational Aesthetics” by Nicolas Bourriaud

41ktt03w1ql__ss500_.jpgReading Review – Relational Aesthetics – Nicolas Bourriaud; with additional resources: [1] Flash In Japan: Brian Massumi on Rafael Lozano-Hemmer’s Amodal Suspension 2003; [2] Public Warning in the Networked Age: Open Standards to the Rescue? by Art Botterell and Ronja Addams-Moring March 2007; [3] Tele-Agency: Telematics, Telerobotics and the Art of Meaning by Edward A. Shanken 2000.

The writings of Nicolas Bourriaud on the subject of Relational Form takes a broader look upon the structures of art in contemporary society. Bourriaud’s main focus is on the relationship between the artwork and the cultural space in which it was created. Continue reading


Oct 30, 13:42
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Slow Messenger

1796800207_d083a8ba35.jpgSlow Messenger Prototype (II) by Near Future Laboratory: This is the second prototype hardware for the Slow Messenger project … (It) uses a small 96 x 64 pixel OLED display by 4D Systems and the idea is that you’d have your “instant” messages displayed over relatively long periods of time, and the more you carried the messaging device with you — the more you held it — the more of the message you would see. If you left the device by itself — thereby not really showing much commitment or affinity to the message — the longer it would take for the message to reveal itself. Continue reading


Oct 30, 13:01
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Live Stage: Citiness and Literariness [us Philadelphia]

southafrica.jpgCitiness and Literariness: Architecture Dejeuner with Lindsay Bremner :: November 8, 2007; 12:00-2:00 pm :: Slought Foundation, 4017 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA :: Free admission (Reservation required).

“If cities are indeed unique and unparaphraseable, then, as such, they have more in common with poetic than literal language, with literature than information. Insofar as the city exceeds interpretation, it operates like a work of literature does. Continue reading


Oct 30, 10:55
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PECERA- fish bowl

Trampoline: The Surveillance City [uk UK]

trampoline.jpgTRAMPOLINE, Year 10: The Surveillance City :: Call For Submissions :: DEADLINE: November 12, 2007 :: EVENT TO BE HELD ON: November 29, 2007.

If we are not to be played and lost like Pawns scrabbling on the surface of a chessboard we need to understand the rules of the game we are engaged in. As developers buy up our city centres for regeneration into desirable properties for the market, a similar appropriation is taking place within the spectrum that lies above. The air we breathe is itself becoming digital real estate, an intangible landscape carried on radio waves, filling the voids of our cities like Dark Matter. Continue reading


Oct 29, 16:00
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