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RFID Interactive Bowl

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RFID Interactive Bowl

The Bowl is a simple media player that can be used by people of all ages, particularly young children. A bowl sits on the living room table and range of physical objects can be placed within it. When an object is placed in the bowl related media is played back on the TV.

Bowl: Token-based media for children - Link

(Via MAKE Magazine.)

Bibliography

Bibliography as at 14/12/07

Shipping Containers - Invisible Architecture Map

Shipping Containers

Shipping Containers

Shipping Containers

Shipping Containers

Shipping Containers

Shipping Containers

Processing Workshop

[SWF]http://www.youtube.com/v/EYFwEDD8yk0, 425, 350[/SWF]

[SWF]http://www.youtube.com/v/qBAcOXsW4Fk, 425, 350[/SWF]
This one with added glitch effects from YouTube!

WebMuseum: Cornell, Joseph

WebMuseum: Cornell, Joseph

Cornell, Joseph (1903-72). American sculptor, one of the pioneers and most celebrated exponents of assemblage.

He had no formal training in art and his most characteristic works are his highly distinctive `boxes'. These are simple boxes, usually glass-fronted, in which he arranged surprising collections of photographs or Victorian bric-a-brac in a way that has been said to combine the formal austerity of Constructivism with the lively fantasy of Surrealism. Like Kurt Schwitters he could create poetry from the commonplace. Unlike Schwitters, however, he was fascinated not by refuse, garbage, and the discarded, but by fragments of once beautiful and precious objects, relying on the Surrealist technique of irrational juxtaposition and on the evocation of nostalgia for his appeal (he befriended several members of the Surrealist movement who settled in the USA during the Second World War). Cornell also painted and made Surrealist films.

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Tape

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(Via Pixelsumo.)

Trinkets as Art?

Trinkets as Art

Bare-Bones Arduino

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Modern Device Company is the work of Paul Badger, an artist working in new media and public art, who teaches courses in physical computing and robotics at Rhode Island School of Design. He also does much of the reference documentation on the Arduino website.

The Bare Bones Board is an Arduino-compatible board (Freeduino) that implements the vast majority of the functionality of the Arduino Diecimila with the exception that the USB chip has been removed to a cable. More on this below.

Arduino is an open-source microcontroller hardware, and software, environment, closely related to the Wiring and Processing open-source initiatives. The microcontroller uses an Atmel Atmega168 chip programmed with a bootloader, so no programming hardware is required.

Container City

Container City

Originally uploaded by steamshift

Photos from Container City