Artist Projects

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Frontier Prime Space Suit...

Created July 2010

  1. Ted Southern

The Frontier Prime spacesuit is the first complete pressure garment ever produced at Eyebeam.  It features a unique heat sealed bladder and easy to use nylon restraint system.  Overall weight is just 13 pounds without life support systems, and it is designed to be adjustable to fit an overall 95 percentile...

  • Wearables

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Bluetooth Beats: A DJ Her...

Created June 2010

  1. Spencer Brown

Bluetooth Beats is a physical turntable emulator. With a DJ Hero controller, a Wiimote, OSCulator, and PureData, Bluetooth Beats gives anyone the ability to manipulate and scratch songs like a DJ without the need for expensive, professional equipment.

The purpose of the official DJ Hero game is to...

  • Education

  • Electronics

  • Game

  • Sound

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Sentient City Survival Ki...

Created June 2010

  1. Mark Shepard

The Sentient City Survival Kit is a design research project that explores the social, cultural and political implications of ubiquitous computing for urban environments. It takes as its method the design, fabrication and presentation of a collection of artifacts, spaces and media for survival in the...

  • Open Culture

  • Urban Research

  • Electronics

  • Hacking

  • Hardware

  • Open Source

  • Physical Computing

  • Software

  • Ubiquitous Computing

  • Wearables

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Go For Broke

Created June 2010

  1. Caroline Spivack

  2. Kaho Abe

Go For Broke is a multi-player plinko game designed by Caroline Spivack. The...

  • Education

  • Comedy

  • Game

  • Physical Computing

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Floating In Dreams

Created June 2010

  1. Jade Highleyman

Floating In Dreams is a project based on my dream of becoming a living, working artist.

This sculpture pays tribute to an artist that I look up to, when I saw this image appear in a Gorillaz music video, "Feel Good Inc". The artist Jamie Hewlett has inspired me to take something from the world he...

  • Education

  • Visual Art

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refarm the city

Created June 2010

  1. Andrew O’Malley

  2. Hernani Dias

re:farm the city - tools for urban farmers

it is a mix of a good meal (the crop, the friends, the seeds, ...) , hardware (the urban farm, the composter, the electronics, the sensors, recycled materials, ...), software (build a farm according to your personal needs, your local vegetables, local...

  • Data Visualization

  • Design

  • Electronics

  • Green

  • Hacking

  • Hardware

  • Open Source

  • Physical Computing

  • Science

  • Software

  • Urban Intervention

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Mary Mack 5000

Created June 2010

  1. Kaho Abe

  2. Lina Fenequito

These day, most games are played on computers and consoles, often alone or with people online. Mary Mack 5000 is a game designed to harness the power of technology to encourage face-to-face interaction between the players, and also among the spectators. Technology doesn’t have to be isolating....

  • Game

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Unlogo

Created June 2010

  1. Jeff Crouse

  2. Michael Schieben

Unlogo is a web service that eliminates logos and other corporate signage from videos. On a practical level, it takes back your personal media from the corporations and advertisers. On a technical level, it is a really cool combination of some brand new OpenCV and FFMPEG functionality. On a poetic level...

  • Activism

  • Open Culture

  • Augmented Reality

  • Urban Research

  • Moving Image

  • Net-Art

  • Open Source

  • Software

  • Video

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Persistence Of Visions Of...

Created June 2010

  1. Jacob Ciocci

"6 collages of the exact same size were created to approximate the size of an HD video screen. The 6 collages when played frame by frame create a chaotic 6-frame animation.  HD video is juxtaposed with collage in an attempt to reconcile the difference between images "trapped" behind a screen and those...

  • Open Culture

  • Exhibited Project

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Opening Hardware

Created May 2010

  1. Ayah Bdeir

  2. John Wilbanks

  3. Ted Ullrich

  4. Thinh Nguyen

Wednesday March 17, 2010
1:30 - 7pm
Eyebeam Art and Technology Center

OVERVIEW

  • Performance Art

  • Physical Computing

  • Video

  • Wearables

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SADbot

Created May 2010

  1. Ben Leduc-Mills

  2. Dustyn Roberts

SADbot (The Seasonally Affected Drawing Robot) is a solar powered, interactive drawing machine for the Eyebeam window gallery in New York City. It uses two 18.5'' x 13'' solar panels to power two stepper motors which allow the control of a pen in two dimensions.

SADbot also takes input from people...

  • Open Culture

  • Sustainability

  • Hardware

  • Open Source

  • Physical Computing

  • Robotics

  • Solar

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WPA 2010

Created May 2010

  1. Christopher Robbins

Bringing back the WPA (Work Projects Administration), because the US Government won't.

  • Activism

  • Exhibited Project

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Curling Photo Booth

Created April 2010

  1. Kaho Abe

This photo booth was created for the “Olympiad” mixer that took place on March 12&13th, 2010. The following materials were used for the curling stone hat:

  • Red & Silver Pleather
  • Batting – to give the puffy look in the silver area
  • Cardboard – to stiffen the vertical...
  • Game

  • Installation

  • Performance Art

  • Photo

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Silver Surfers

Created April 2010

  1. Jacob Ciocci

"Silver Surfers" (tentative title) is an experimental video piece investigating relationships between age, technological change and progress, and science fiction. Older people are interviewed about their thoughts on the future, science fiction and technological progress. These interviews become the starting...

  • Education

  • Digital Cinema

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Cosmogramma Fieldlines...

Created April 2010

  1. Aaron Meyers

 

Created in collaboration with Flying Lotus, Cosmogramma Fieldlines is an interactive interpretation of the cover artwork for Lotus' third full-length album, Cosmogramma. The downloadable app allows users to interact using their webcam or their mouse, creating...

  • Animation

  • Augmented Reality

  • Generative Art

  • Moving Image

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What Do They Have?

Created March 2010

  1. Piotr Adamczyk

Museums are increasingly adopting open data policies, both for easy internal reuse of data sets and as a way of building community engagement online. While the opening up of data is a welcome development, too often key audiences see too little of this information through too small a keyhole. As linked and...

  • Open Culture

  • Data Visualization

  • Web

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Mapping Paradise

Created March 2010

  1. Abou Caraballo-Farman

  2. caraballo-farman

  3. Leonor Caraballo-Farman

The USA has by far the greatest number of places called Paradise.

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  • Open Culture

  • Web

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Object Breast Cancer

Created March 2010

  1. Abou Caraballo-Farman

  2. caraballo-farman

  3. Leonor Caraballo-Farman

Medical Imaging Technologies provide new images of our "selves"—from the "inside"—while the diseases they are made to diagnose or track give us new "social...

  • Activism

  • Education

  • Animation

  • Open Culture

  • Installation

  • Video