Monthly Archives: October 2008

iBar

iBar is a system for the interactive design of any bar-counter. Integrated video-projectors can project any content on the milky bar-surface. The intelligent tracking system of iBar detects all objects touching the surface. This input is used to let the projected content interact dynamically with the movements on the counter. Objects can be illuminated at their position or virtual objects can be “touched” with the fingers.”

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Bravia | Domino City

Banksy’s Pet Store

British Graffiti artist, Banksy has opened up his latest exhibit in New York.  It’s a pet store that questions “our relationship with animals and the ethics and sustainability of factory farming”.  Features include a family of chicken nuggets, a rabbit applying makeup, a bowl of swimming fishsticks, and a monkey watching TV.  Through the use of anamatronics, Banksy has creating a pretty haunting display.

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Lightmark

Some very cool light photography from Lightmark.

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Daniel Rozin’s Wooden Mirror

Artist Daniel Rozin created this very interesting mirror made up of 830 wooden squares.  A tiny video camera captures an image and then, uses the light data to form shapes.  Each of the 830 wooden squares tilts to reflect varying amounts of light.  The result is pretty awesome. 

Check out the video of the mirror in action after the jump.

 

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Professional Lego Artists have the best job in the world!

Did you know that there are only six certified Lego professionals in the world!?  Nathan Sawaya is one of them.  Check out some of Nathan’s projects after the jump, or go here to order a life-size replica of yourself for only $60,000!  

 

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That’s Impossible! : The Art of Li Wei

Li Wei does some amazing performance art/ photography.  None of these use computer effects.  They are all made using complex harnesses and supports.  Incredible images.  

 

 

 

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