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MIXER: Underground (Part 4 of 4)

From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's “underground”—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, 2008, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—presented the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which featured a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

In JooYoun Paek's Six Walls, performers synchronously move within a space of six-foot walls, creating between them a “living room” that reacts both to the people that inhabit it, and to the music of the event. Fed up by being a wallflower at parties, Paek said she created a wearable structure that transforms the human body into a wall as a party costume, and choreographed movements of six wall performers to engage with the party crowd in an absurd way.

Cast: Paul Amitai

MIXER: Underground (Part 3 of 4)

From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's “underground”—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, 2008, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—presented the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which featured a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

Cast: Paul Amitai

MIXER: Underground (Part 2 of 4)

From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's “underground”—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, 2008, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—presented the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which featured a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

Cast: Paul Amitai

MIXER: Underground (Part 1 of 4)

From sewer-dwelling alligators to underground shantytowns and smuggling tunnels; man-eating rats to illegal warehouse parties; New York City's “underground”—mythical and actual—pulses just below the City's radar. On Saturday, November 8, 2008, Eyebeam—the upstart of unconventional creativity and boundary-defying art and tech experimentation—presented the latest iteration of its quarterly live performance party: MIXER Underground, which featured a 5000−foot maze and 30 performers.

Cast: Paul Amitai

Bright Bike

Bright Bike is a Retroreflective Vinyl coated bike. It is like coating your bike with a big sticker that turns ultra-brite in headlights.

Right now we are in the prototyping stages, and hope to offer a DIY Kit soon.

If you can't wait that long, contact Beacon Graphics in NJ for Scotchlight 680.

TheRedProject.com/brightbike

Cast: Michael Mandiberg

Eyebeam Art + Technology Center, 2008

Eyebeam 2008 reel, edited by Eyebeam alum Gerry Juárez.

Cast: Rebecca Cittadini

Reware your PDA

This video introduces the Reware project for repurposing PDAs and other devices. Learn about the Reware project, see how to easily install GNU/Linux and Pd on your Palm TX, and see some example projects.

dev.eyebeam.org/projects/reware/

Video by Albert Wilking

Cast: Hans-Christoph Steiner

First Linux Boot on Palm

This is a progress report for the project Reware, about building new firmwares for old devices. The SD card is a standard SD card, I just copied cocoboot, a Linux kernel, and a root filesystem image to the card. Then I ran the cocoboot Palm app to boot it.

This is part of my project Reware to make easy-to-use, easy-to-hack images for PDAs, iPods and other old devices. You can find out more here:

dev.eyebeam.org/projects/reware

The music is "Untitled 1" by Melodium, on their "Hum hum & bla bla ep".

melodiumbox.free.fr/disco.htm

Cast: Hans-Christoph Steiner