Organic Electric by Jason Krugman is a series of works composed of hand soldered LED mesh. via CreativeApplications.Net
for those who see
by DanielSchulze, 2010. A 3D-screen out of vortexed air. great process documentation. video also see white pages
via ars electronica 2010
by Richard Harvey. “A floating display that reinterprets weather information via hovering patterns and flowing movements. The user is invited to create patterns and sequences using either an iPhone interface or a sequencing program.”
I AM display
“The I AM Display project was born as a collaboration between Valentin Heun (Germany), Sagarika Sundaram (India) and Gijs Burgmeijer (the Netherlands) during the Palomar 5 residency towards the end of 2009 in Berlin. Our common interest for information technology, art and design is what shaped this project the most.” iamdisplay.com
datdatdat: purestform: reblogged thisthatandwhatnot: Augmented Perspective. Transparent concrete cube sculpture by Daniel Franke & Markus Kison via Creative Applications.
cmeinke: FuSA2 - furry touch display. The surface of the Fusa2 display is covered with fur made of optical fibres. When a user stands in front of the display, they begin to touch its surface without any suggestions and instructions. (newscientist)
cmeinke: N3-D Demo - Glass prism with multiscreen iPad app makes objects appear 3D to naked eye (by @aircord) via: CreativeApplications.Net
by fishtnk. “Farnsworth Wall is an architectural wall module that uses and harvests solar energy for illuminating indoor spaces. This application, using real-time responses to it’s surrounding environment, creates an engaging experience for people on site. The Farnsworth wall is a modular paneling system built as a Structural Insulated Panel (S.I.P.) in a standard 4′X8′ size.”
landscapearchitecture: Global innovation firm Frog Design recently brought designers, futurists and journalists together to envision the future of computing in 2020.
(wow, screens all over the place, what happened to the future?)
reblog spime: Paper is not dead. Books, magazines and other printed materials can now be connected to the digital world, enriched with additional content and even transformed into interactive interfaces. In a near future, printed documents could become new ubiquitous interfaces for our everyday interactions with digital information. This is the dawn of paper computing. via @coinop29
by Daniel Leithinger, Adam Kumpf, Hiroshi Ishii, MIT Media Lab, Tangible Media Group. “Relief is an actuated tabletop display, which is able to render and animate three-dimensional shapes with a malleable surface. It allows users to experience and form digital models like geographical terrain in an intuitive manner”
“Flyfire, a project initiated by the SENSEable City Laboratory in collaboration with ARES Lab (Aerospace Robotics and Embedded Systems Laboratory) aims to transform any ordinary space into a highly immersive and interactive display environment.” sensable city lab via tillnm
by toby harris. “A controller with DJ style crossfader, ‘Fade to Black’ knob, and video format selector (see below). A video processor with two DVI-I inputs and a single DVI-I output, capable of the video formats following. The output is locked to its own timebase, ensuring solid output regardless of inputs. The input’s EDID switches to the current video format so your laptop should automatically change to the current resolution.”
by tobyz.net, related TripleHead2Go
you fade away
“rAndom International was commissioned by Royal Philips Electronics’ Lumiblade division to create an interactive installation that unlocks the creative potential of their next generation OLED technology. With the opportunity to work with thousands of OLEDs straight from their lab, rAndom International started this project by creating ‘You fade to light’, the worlds first OLED media wall.” project, also see mirrors display. by rAndom International, software developed by Chris O’Shea.
Super Cilia Skin
a kinesthetic informatic interface. MIT: tangible interfaces, MAS 834, Hiroshi Ishii. “Super Cilia Skin is a literal membrane separating a computer from its environment. Like our skin, it is haptic I/O membrane that can sense and simulate movement and wind flow. [..] A small object surrounded with Super Cilia Skin could propel itself across the floor, or stop to create visually expressive changes in surface. “