Tag Archives: art

A Visualization of Motion Over Time

Recently I’ve been really fascinated by the idea of making something intangible have substance in the physical world. Although this may seem rather ambiguous, this visualization by Odaibe, a Polish designer/artist, is a good example of this idea.   The bodily movements of a drummer is a performance in itself. “Portrait of the Ghost Drummer” […]

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Robots and Art

I posted a few weeks back about robots and their role within popular culture. I feel our society views the robot with artificial intelligence as the pinnacle of clever devices. We imagine them as humans only stronger, faster, and more capable of performing tasks that we cannot do alone. These robots tend to even look […]

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Art from the eyes

This is pretty cool.  The EyeWriter is the brainchild of the Members of Free Art and Technology (FAT), OpenFrameworks, the Graffiti Research Lab, the Ebeling Group and legendary LA graffiti writer, publisher and activist, TEMPTONE.  Tempt1 was diagnosed with ALS in 2003, leaving him almost completely physically paralyzed, except for this eyes.  This ignited the […]

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