“Water Light Graffiti” is a wall of water-activated LEDs (video). Anyone can create LED graffiti on the wall by “painting” it with water using their hands, a paintbrush, water gun, or atomizer. The ingenious interactive installation was created byAntonin Fourneau at Digitalarti Artlab in Paris. Thanks Digitalarti Artlab! Via LaughingSquid
Here’s an amazing video of what dancing looks like when it’s visualized as a dynamic sand sculpture: Artists Daniel Franke and Cedric Kiefer used Kinect to record a dancer’s movements to Machinefabriek’s spooky electronic track “Kreukeltape.” Then, they strung together the images to create a 3-D point cloud of her body in 3ds Max. Made of 22,000 … Read more
I learned some of this at MARC (at UCLA) and found it fascinating. Neuroplasticity is visited in this video. I often post about neuroplasticity and how that concept allows us to understand that we can heal and change our health and wellbeing by changing our brains. Neuroscientist Sara Lazar’s amazing brain scans show meditation can … Read more
(The actual artwork is shown at 01:12 in the video, if you’d like to skip to it.) vellum | d / sk 2009 slices of a virtual sculpture, dimension 100 x 125 x 80 meters video artist, sound design: robert seidel comission: art center nabi, seoul In a time of complete virtualisation of knowledge, science … Read more
Let’s call this “evening mood-setting”…
I watch a lot of films/time-lapse/animations about nature and have to say that after a while everything starts appearing semi-identitical to one another. Louie Schwartzberg‘s work, though, astounds me and reawakens my wonder at the moments he captures on film. Take a peek at his work and his TED talk below: by Maria Popova We’ve already … Read more
I enjoy seeing how children play with technology -there’s such freedom and joy within the interactions that many older individuals don’t share because they weren’t immersed in it, themselves, as a child. (Seeing this posted online also interested me because I have friends in early childhood development, puppetry and in interactive installments, so the merging … Read more
I know this footage is from 2006, but it’s still amazing to see.