Kunstrasen

September 10th, 2009

Kunstrasen is the German word for artifical turf but you could also interpret it as art turf. It’s also the name of Sebastian Neitsch and Jan Bernstein their robot. You can send any vector based artwork to the robot and it will then burn that design into the grass. You can see it at the exhibition Paraflows 09: Urban Hacking in Vienna starting this Friday.

Kunstrasen by Sebastian Neitsch and Jan Bernstein

found at rebel:art

Keira Walking

September 8th, 2009

“Keira Walking” by Julian Opie.

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In The Upper Atmosphere

November 26th, 2007

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In The Upper Atmosphere‘ by Vadik Marmeladov.

Creativity Conducted

October 19th, 2007

Blitz made this interactive wall for Adobe Creativity Conducted. It’s an amazing combination of Flash, WiiFlash, Papervision3D and the latest Flash player.

“Adobe Creativity Conducted” Interactive Wall Experience features a holographic-like projection system on which you can paint images and designs using a Nintendo Wii remote control. This full screen Flash application runs in HD resolution, and was premiered during the primary Adobe party of the MAX 07 Conference in Chicago. The experience ran uninterrupted for the duration of the party (4 hours), and received nonstop foot traffic resulting in 68 artistic creations submitted as images to a Flickr account.

You can find some more info at the Blitz labs.

stream_019

October 19th, 2007

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stream_019‘ by defetto, made with vvvv.

Hybrid Collection

January 22nd, 2007

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That’s a nice wallpaper, no? It’s by NICE and you can build your own hybrids by combining the 4 different designs.

Josh Nimoy

January 23rd, 2006

If you like vectors for graphics then you better check this out.

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Wow, that looks complex. That took probably a lot of time to make.
Euh … not!

import random

def rnd():
return random.random()*100

for i in range(0,100):
ai.strokeWidth(random.random()*2.0)
ai.curve(rnd(),rnd(),rnd(),rnd(),\rnd(),rnd(),rnd(),rnd())

That’s all it took, some lines of code.

Josh Nimoy explains it here.

Geraldine Lau

January 23rd, 2006

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Geraldine Lau

Ryan McGinness

January 3rd, 2006

Ryan McGinnes

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