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Decode: Digital Design Sensations

November 26th, 2009

Decode: Digital Design Sensations is an upcoming exhibition at Victoria and Albert Museum in London. The exhibition will show the latest developments in digital and interactive design, from small screen based graphics to large-scale installations. The exhibition will explore three themes: Code as a Raw Material, Interactivity and The Network. You will be able to see work by Daniel Brown, Golan Levin, Daniel Rozin, Simon Heijdens, Trioka, Robert Hodgin, … I guess it’s quite clear that I’ll have to go to London between 8 December 2009 and 11 April 2010. But till then I’ll keep myself busy with the opensource digital identity of the exhibition created by Karsten Schmidt. You can download it here and start playing with it. If you submit your version of the identity, it’s possible that it will appear on the digital screens of the London Underground.

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Biomimetic Butterflies

August 29th, 2007

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Here’s an other processing project: Biomimetic Butterflies by Robert Hodgin. These butterflies are computer generated! Yeah, it’s just code, some algorithms did all the work. Amazing! Robert explains how it was done here and here.
Who said that coding is for nerds? I just love beautiful code.

Magnetosphere

March 13th, 2007

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This is still from a movie by Robert Hodgin (a.k.a. flight404). It’s programmed with processing and it really shows the power of it, remember the Audi TT movie. You can watch a high quality quicktime video here. AMAZING!
music by Trentemöller


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