Selected Tweets #8 May-July 2010
Tuesday, 27 July 2010
The Pyramid – Sublue
Microblogged: Recent selected tweets from my Twitter stream. Very occasionally a post may have additional descriptive text, overriding its original 140 character version.
Black Rain by Semiconductor utilises Heliospheric imaging of solar winds and coronal mass ejections.
1-Bit Symphony by Tristan Perich is an electronic composition in five movements on a single microchip.
Organizing Critters, by Seung Joon Choi, where Critter bots double as frenetic action painters.
Variable4 uses meteorological sensors & algorithmic scores to translate weather conditions into music.
Tele-present wind, by David Bowen, where Installation dynamics are derived from outside wind measurements.
Magic Mountains & Impossible Clouds – Alex Yudzon’s pattern-map scenographies.
The Pyramid by Subblue. Hazy pyramidal recursive structures that transform into mountains over time.
Impossible Cloud 9 – Alex Yudzon
Fabric Machine – Katrin Stumreich. Light sensors measure moving fabric opacities and use the data to generate sound .
UVA’s Speed of Light. A fibre optic installation that generates intersecting light beams.
Alex Mclean & Geraint Wiggins have uploaded their paper on ‘Bricolage Programming in the creative arts.’
Sphere & Torus Autologlyphs [ via Selective-Laser-Sintering] by Henry Segerman for Bridges 2010.