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interactive light installation by Trafik for the music festival "Nuits Sonores".
more works & details here : www.lavitrinedetrafik.fr

 
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Oto est une radio murale constituée d’une coque en papier moulé, d’un boitier contenant le récepteur FM et d’une antenne. Le son de la radio est émis par l’intermédiaire de la surface en papier qui est mise en vibration à l’aide d’un « exciter » utilisant la technologie DML.

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(i)Pawn is a game using analog pawns on a digital tray. It recognise the different pawns and propose different narrative paths according to the players.
See demo video here :http://www.volumique.com/blog/?p=31
See more examples of Iphone & analog games developped by E. Mineur on :
www.volumique.com

 
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Medusalith Amaquelin is a project using robotics to form a hybride object between human body and technology.
find full documentation here : http://www.prosvia10.com/installations/Medusa.pdf
credits : Clorinde Durand

 
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The artist uses a hacked device to receive video streams of surveillance cameras in public spaces, the photo series relate the the ongoing process of this project.
check his website at : /www.recyclism.com

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Gravity is a collaborative application using buildings’architecture as a projection surface.
The messages sent through sms are split into words and then dropped from the top of the projection. As they fall, they collide with their environment thus creating a structural and spatial cadavre exquis.
Follow his website : http://v3ga.net/

about :Julien Gachadoat, programmer at the studio 2Roqs in Bordeaux, France

Gravity from 2Roqs on Vimeo.

 
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Cut and Paste is a kinetic sculpture. It was Stefan Schwabes final project at the Aix-en-Provence art school. Starting with a stack of white papers (A4) he created a mechanism wich permitts each sheet of paper one by one to take a lovely flight and to build up a new stack that way. If you do cut and paste on Microsoft Windows you may contemplate the nice metaphor of a flying sheet of paper that accompanies the digital file transfer process.
Complete documentation here :
http://www.ecole-art-aix.fr/article3710.html
Find more interesting works on his vimeo :

 
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OutRun - Garnet Hertz

An arcade game you can actually drive.

The car-shaped sit-down arcade cabinet of OutRun is converted into a small car that can drive.


This project attempts to combine the real world and OutRun, an arcade driving game released by Sega in 1986.

 
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A Machine To See With - Blast Theory's new project for 2010 01SJ Biennial.

A Machine To See With is a work for pedestrians and their mobile phones and puts participants inside a movie as they walk through the city.

 
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Couldn't resist...

An elderly man on the M20 near the Channel Tunnel entrance in a mobility scooter in April last year

A 91-year-old was well and truly in
the slow lane when he found himself on the A2 in a mobility
scooter.

The pensioner was spotted on the busy dual carriageway near
Dartford Heath travelling just a few miles per hour as other
vehicles roared past him.