Artist Projects

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Tanglr

Created January 2013

  1. Brian House

Tanglr is an extension for Google Chrome which, when activated, anonymously links you with another person. When you browse, your partner is taken to the same urls. Likewise, when your partner browses, your browser changes to what they're seeing. The two of you have to work it out together. ...

  • Net-Art

  • Web

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Hacker House Community La...

Created January 2013

  1. Caroline Woolard

I think hackers, artists, activists, and community organizers should work together to make affordable housing in every neighborhood. I want to commit to one neighborhood for life, knowing that my neighbors are allies in a struggle to keep real estate speculation down and increase affordable...

  • Activism

  • Urban Research

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subnod.es

Created January 2013

  1. Sarah Grant

The Subnodes project is an open source initiative focused on streamlining the process of setting up a Raspberry Pi as a wireless access point for distributing content, media, and shared digital experiences. The device behaves as a web...

  • Activism

  • Hardware

  • Installation

  • Net-Art

  • Open Source

  • Physical Computing

  • Public Art

  • Software

  • Ubiquitous Computing

  • Web

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قلب: لغة برمجة

Created January 2013

  1. Ramsey Nasser

قلب is a programming language exploring the role of human culture in coding. Code is written entirely in Arabic, highlighting cultural biases of computer science and challenging the assumptions we make about programming. It is implemented as a tree-walking language...

  • Education

  • Open Culture

  • Learning

  • Open Source

  • Performance Art

  • Web

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New Cinema: The Future of...

Created December 2012

  1. Julia Kaganskiy

  2. Marko Tandefelt

  3. Pat Jones

Eyebeam will hold a large-scale, team-based digital storytelling event at its Chelsea, NY exhibition space from December 13th-Dec 16th.  The project is being organized in collaboration with The Creators Project, a global arts and technology from Intel and Vice, and award-winning visual effects company...

  • Vision

  • Film

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PERSECUTING.US - One mill...

Created November 2012

  1. Paolo Cirio

One million Americans are sorted by political affiliation and exposed to public persecution in the aftermath of the 2012 presidential election. The data was harvested from Twitter.com and recontextualized on Persecuting.US, which offers a platform where everyone can take part in a participatory model...

  • Net-Art

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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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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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Drowning NYC - Recombinan...

Created September 2012

  1. Paolo Cirio

Drowning NYC is a transmedia storytelling; an experimental pilot of a story that is told by actors and narrative devices staged over the Internet and in public spaces of a few selected New York City neighborhoods. The story informs the audiences about rising sea levels due to global warming and how...

  • Activism

  • Education

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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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Street Ghosts - Exposing...

Created September 2012

  1. Paolo Cirio

In international areas for Street Art, life-sized pictures of people found on Google’s Street View are printed and posted without authorization at the same spot where they were taken.

Browse through the Map
, which has the...

  • Net-Art

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HD Stencils - Tabloid Gra...

Created August 2012

  1. Paolo Cirio

  • Open Culture

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Quotidian Record

Created June 2012

  1. Brian House

Quotidian Record is a limited edition LP that features a continuous year of personal location-tracking data recorded by Brian House. In compressing 365 days to 365 rotations and mapping habitual places to harmonic relationships, he hopes to prompt...

  • Sound

  • Urban Research

  • Data Visualization

  • Generative Art

  • Sound

  • Urban Intervention

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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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Forty-eight to Sixteen...

Created June 2012

  1. Brian House

Forty-eight to Sixteen documents my daily commute from Brooklyn to midtown Manhattan with sensors for my heartrate, breathing, and the cadence of my pedaling, along with chest-mounted video. Cellist Topu Lyo interprets my experience via a composition I derived from the sources that is...

  • Sound

  • Bio-Feedback

  • Urban Research

  • Data Visualization

  • Documentary

  • Performance Art

  • Sound

  • Video

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KinectToPin

Created June 2012

  1. Nick Fox-Gieg

KinectToPin lets you record motion capture data with a Kinect camera and import it into After Effects. New 3D data import means your characters are no longer stuck facing the camera, audio playback during recording means multiple characters can stay in sync, and the the After Effects...

  • Animation

  • Choreography

  • Vision

  • Hacking

  • Moving Image

  • Software

  • Video

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Prior Art

Created May 2012

  1. Nick Fox-Gieg

"Prior Art" is an animated short that uses Kinect motion capture to depict a friendly music contest gone horribly wrong—a musical duel between three robots and a flock of singing birds.

  • Animation

  • Vision

  • Motion Graphics

  • Moving Image

  • Software

  • Video

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Stranger Visions

Created May 2012

  1. Heather Dewey-Hagborg

In Stranger Visions artist Heather Dewey-Hagborg creates portrait sculptures from analyses of genetic material collected in public places. Working with the traces strangers unwittingly leave behind, Dewey-Hagborg calls attention to the impulse toward genetic determinism and the potential for a culture...

  • R&D Lab

  • Biotech

  • Data Visualization

  • Design

  • Generative Art

  • Software