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Cubetto helps children learn to code
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Slow Games - Ishac Bertan
The Endless Express - Florian Veltman
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Design I/O - CONNECTED WORLDS
That Dragon, Cancer
Aware Games - AFTER LOTUS POINT
Artwork by Gene Kogan presents observers in the style of a Cubist composition, using the neural network Style Transfer method:
A near-real-time style transfer mirror based on ‘Perceptual losses for real-time style transfer’ from Johnson et al, trained on an unidentified Cubist painting.
You can see a short video demo of it here
Reblogging to include latest video documentation:
Cubist Mirror is a mirror which reflects the world back in the Cubist painting style.
It was first installed for alt-AI, a conference about art & artificial intelligence which occurred in May 2016 at The School for Poetic Computation in New York. The mirror is an LCD screen with a webcam to the side, running an openFrameworks application which continuously applies a real-time variant of the style transfer technique to the camera feed.
Look At This Bread
Tumblr is about bread.
Mary Colby Bakes (@marycolbybakes)
is baking through the classic recipes of Mary Berry.
Is that hand buried inside the loaf? Is this a bread glove? Yes, probably.
Brad Rohloff (@brohloff)
is an artist whose name sounds like “Bread Roll Off.”
Look at this real physical patch he made:
Sourdough Bake Off (@sourdoughbakeoff)
is a bread nerd who takes great photos of their lil’ bread children.
This little guy looks like he’s going to skitter away like a crab!
Marty Lopez (@martylopez)
is a bread obsessed professor. Say that ten times fast!
Now whisper it to this challah:
Video Game Bread (@videogamebread)
is a mysterious blog that posted progress GIFs of an in-development game about making sandwiches and now posts nothing. Will it ever return?
No idea, but look:
Musical project from MIT Tangible Media Group is a piano that features a projected figure walking over played keys:
Andante visualizes as animated characters walking along the piano keyboard that appear to play the physical keys with each step. Based on a view of music pedagogy that emphasizes expressive, full-body communication early in the learning process, Andante promotes an understanding of the music rooted in the body, taking advantage of walking as one of the most fundamental human rhythms.
Project by vtol is a collection of portable transmitters which transmits lines of poetry as Wifi network names:
Autonomous micro-device which distributes wi-fi masked as wireless network, visible at any gadget such as a smartphone or a laptop. The device is automatically renaming its network every 10 seconds, taking as its name various lines of poems by famous poets. The device is using an information channel which is accessible and visible to everyone through mobile devices, thus being a non-standard transmitter of poetry. There is no possibility to connect to this network (which is actually a dummy disconnected from Internet) - the message being the name of the network. If one would leave the wi-fi settings menu open, then gradually, line by line, all the poems programmed into the object will be revealed.
Andrew Quitmeyer - Paint Pulse, Digital Water Marbling
Community Channel, Andrew O’Malley