Category Archives: technology

Die Falle – Sculptural Zeoptrope by Gregory Barsamian

This 3d dimensional spinning Zeotrope piece is incredible. It is called Die Falle and is currently on display at the Science Gallery as part of their fantastic exhibiton Illusion.

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Sculpting with Bees and 3D Printing

I’ve posted before about Hilary Berseth’s sculptures which he makes by placing armatures into bee hives but the 3B Printing Project takes this a step further by using 3B printed moulds. It’s an ad for honey but worth a look … Continue reading

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3d Model of Dubrovnik Constructed from Flickr Photos

This 3D reconstruction of Dubrovnik, Croatia was made entirely by computers from photos sourced on Flickr. It contains 4,619 images and nearly 3.5 million 3D points. This project is referenced by Victor Burgin in his keynote presentation at Urban Encounters: … Continue reading

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3D Printed Sculpture by Jessica Rosenkratz

3D printed sculptures by Jessica Rosenkrantz of Nervous System via boingboing

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Loitering Theatre

Loitering Theatre uses customised helicopters (the AR.Drone) to fly beyond the normal street view to access and film previously inaccessible and unseen views of the city Loitering Theatre  is a project by Nina McGowan and Caroline Campbell currenty on show … Continue reading

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Gear Cube

As featured on boingboing

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Chris Burden – Metropolis II

I posted a video of this sculpture at a n earlier stage in its production here . Today boingboing have featured this slicker video of the (almost) finished thing.

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If H is a Chair – Typography and Real Objects

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Daniel Bejar

Daniel Bejar, The Visual Topography of a Generation Gap, brass keys, adhesive, 2006 The artist explains: A copy was made from my original apartment key, then a copy was made from that copy. This process was repeated until the original keys information … Continue reading

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Utility Fog is a hypothetical collection of tiny robots, envisioned by Dr. John Storrs Hall while he was thinking about a nanotechnological replacement for car seatbelts. The robots would be microscopic, with extending arms reaching in several different directions, and … Continue reading

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