Current Projects

Some of the exciting and innovative projects currently being designed and realized by Eyebeam Fellows, Residents, and Student Residents.

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Computational Fashion

Created October 2012

  1. Carrie Mae Rose

  2. Dan Steingart

  3. Kaho Abe

  4. Katherine Isbister

  5. Paul Amitai

  6. Sabine Seymour

Computational Fashion is an Eyebeam initiative bringing together artists, designers, scientists, and technologists with the fashion industry to explore emerging ideas and develop new work at the intersection of fashion and technology. Computational Fashion consists of research fellowships,...

  • Open Culture

  • Electronics

  • Engineering

  • Game

  • Hardware

  • Open Source

  • Science

  • Wearables

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Open(Art)

Created October 2012

  1. Addie Wagenknecht

  2. ben moskowitz

  3. Forrest Oliphant

  4. Nortd Labs

  5. Paul Amitai

  6. Stefan Hechenberger

  7. Toby Schachman

Open(Art) is a joint initiative launched by Eyebeam and Mozilla to support creativity at the intersection of art and the open web. It is a unique opportunity for artists and technologists to collaborate on new work that catalyzes creative participation on a global scale...

  • Education

  • Open Culture

  • Design

  • Engineering

  • Generative Art

  • Hardware

  • Learning

  • Open Source

  • Software

  • Web

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pplkpr

Created May 2013

  1. Lauren McCarthy

Coming soon.

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Exchange Cafe

Created May 2013

  1. Caroline Woolard

Exchange Cafe runs on an alternative currency that is validated by the requests of the people who use it.

Open until June 30th at MoMA's Cullman Research Building, Exchange Cafe features dairy from activist organizers Milk Not Jails, tea from anarchist network Feral Trade Courier, and honey from...

  • Education

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Barricade to Bed

Created May 2013

  1. Caroline Woolard

STEP 1: Borrow a barricade

STEP 2: Tip it over

STEP 3: Attach hardware: 4 pcs 1" black plumbing strap with 3/4" wood spacers bolted to 14" tall wooden 2x6s, plus added safety attachments: 3 tennis balls on the ends, and a 1.25" diam. x 20" dowel for the extra leg)

STEP 4: Add a mattress...

  • Urban Research

  • Public Art

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Loophole for All

Created March 2013

  1. Paolo Cirio

This project investigates offshore businesses through the idea of having a company "on paper" in countries considered offshore jurisdictions. On Loophole4All.com, the identities of offshore companies are on sale at a low cost to democratize the...

  • Activism

  • Open Culture

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OurGoods.org

Created January 2009

  1. Caroline Woolard

OurGoods.org is a barter network that connects artists, designers, and activists to trade skills, spaces, and objects. OurGoods exists so that creative people can help each other produce independent projects. Co-founded by Carl Tashian, Louise Ma, Rich Watts, Jen Abrams,...

  • Open Culture

  • Web

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Lib-Ray alpha

Created September 2012

  1. Nick Fox-Gieg

This is an attempt to implement the Lib-Ray video collection standard created by Terry Hancock. It's designed to present HD video at a quality comparable to Blu-ray, in an open format that plays in any standards-based web browser (that means Chrome, Firefox, or Safari, but not Internet Explorer).  It's...

  • Animation

  • Vision

  • Digital Cinema

  • Film

  • Motion Graphics

  • Moving Image

  • Net-Art

  • Open Source

  • Software

  • Video

  • Web

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RGBDToolkit

Created March 2012

  1. James George

  2. Jonathan Minard

  3. Nick Fox-Gieg

The RGBDToolkit is an open source platform for volumetric filmmaking that utilizes a hacked Kinect depth sensor paired with a DSLR video camera to creates a unique hybrid form of three dimensional video. The toolkit allows experimentation with a new paradigm of filmmaking where 3D models derived from large...

  • Data Visualization

  • Hacking

  • Hardware

  • Motion Graphics

  • Moving Image

  • Open Source

  • Software

  • Video

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Zajal

Created June 2012

  1. Ramsey Nasser

Zajal is a programming language designed to reduce the friction between creative vision and functioning software. Live coding allows artists to improvise code and experiment freely, turning programming into an act of sculpture rather than architecture. Zajal's...

  • Education

  • Open Culture

  • Design

  • Engineering

  • Generative Art

  • Hacking

  • Learning

  • Open Source

  • Physical Computing

  • Software

 
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