Kai Kostack has recently posted an amazing video tour of the human body using Blender. The simulation is in real time and hasn’t been possible until now, thanks to the latest GLSL features and speedups of Blender over the past year. read more
Charlie Bucket of Casual Profanity has a prototype of what he will be showing at the 2009 Maker Faire, May 30-31st in San Mateo. Be sure to take a look on his site for more info on this project and other “ridiculous clothing experiments”.
A photo of a secret CIA prison. A map designed to help visitors reach Malibu’s notoriously inaccessible public beaches. Guidebooks to factories, prisons, and power plants in upstate New York. These are some of the more than one hundred projects represented in Experimental Geography, a groundbreaking collection of visual research and mapmaking from the past ten years. read more
The Victoria & Albert Museum presents Forever. Floating above the pond within the John Madejski Garden, a large videowall installation of endless animations responding to an ever changing soundtrack. The bespoke generative design system at the heart of Forever will spawn unique audio-visual films everyday, forever. read more
Advanced Beauty is a wondrous new DVD compilation comprised of 18 visuals by 20 artists, or rather sound sculptures, as curator Matt Pyke of UK-based Universal Everything would say. These transient pieces made by processing are for us to see how far you can really push the aesthetics of software generated visualisations and play around with an art genre that uses the screen as canvas. PingMag lets Matt expand the concept of moving still life imagery. via pingmag read more