1week1project adds movement to buildings with architecture animee
see all of the moving buildings here.
Corporeal Geometrix - CGX
1 - 5 May, 2014
Design Lead: Wendy W Fok
Creative Producer: Evelyn Tilney
Design Team: David Goujon
Harvard ARTS First
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Office of the Arts at Harvard
GSD RealTimeCities 2014 Grant
Cambridge Public Arts Grant
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The 3D Hubs network processes thousands of prints a month, however each of these print Jobs need to be manually sliced, saved to a SD card and put on the right printer to start the job. Monitoring of prints that are running is also still a pain. This should be easier, right?
The guys over at…
So you want to print 3D designs, but you don’t own a 3D printer and you think it might be hard to design and build what you want? Well, as of today, it’s faster and easier than ever before for everyone to 3D print. Today marks the launch of the 3D Hubs 3D API, an enterprise-grade print network…
janet echelman + aaron koblin weave interactive sculpture in the sky
all photos by ema peter courtesy of studio echelman
watch a video of the conception and installation of ‘unnumbered sparks’: http://www.designboom.com/art/janet-echelman-google-interactive-sculpture-in-the-sky-03-20-2014/
opening ceremony fuses fashion and fine art with year of belgium
see the whole magritte-influenced collection for him & her here:
Early versions of the poster for “Gravity”
Your Future Smart Wristband
Rosalind W. Picard
Professor of Media Arts and Sciences, Director of Affective Computing, Director of the Autism & Communication Technology Initiative, and Codirector of the Things That Think Consortium, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Tuesday, March 11, 2014 | 5 PM
Sheerr Room, Fay House
10 Garden Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Wrist sensors can now collect some of the core physiological data that changes with emotion and health. This talk will present examples of new things we can learn from a wristband, including interesting patterns related to sleep, stress, engagement, and epileptic seizures.
This event is free and open to the public. For more information, visit http://www.radcliffe.harvard.edu/event/2014-rosalind-w-picard-lecture.
The Smart Clothes Lecture Series is part of the Academic Ventures program at the Radcliffe Institute and examines the science and ethics of designing materials that improve and protect lives. A larger, one-day public symposium on the topic took place on Friday, November 15, 2013.