Posts Tagged ‘video

PLAY ME, I’M YOURS PUBLIC ART PROJECT The Play Me, I’m Your Project, a public art project, is installing 60 pianos at New York City landmarks. Each instrument was decorated uniquely by local artists. From 9am-10pm each day the pianos will be available to play across the city. Presented by Sing for Hope they are located [...]

Direct touch surfaces much larger than tabletops, integrates high-resolution multi-touch sensing into back-projected floors. The key factor of the shown design is that it is based on frustrated total internal reflection sensing. FTIR allows it to identify and track users based on their sole patterns. The floor recognizes foot postures, distinguishes users who interact from [...]

Most have heard of  the ‘Dark Side of the Rainbow’; the pairing of The Wizard of Oz visuals with Pink Floyd‘s Dark Side of the Moon audio. When played in unison, they appear to synchronize. Here is another sychronistic match up that’ll blow you away: Pink Floyd’s “The Gunner’s Dream” set to Heavy Metal‘s “B-17″ [...]

Leave it to Pixar to create such an amazing video. Imagine the time it took to make this. Each mosaic is made from 40,000 still image “tiles” from Toy Story 1 and 2, including credits. There are 16 mosaics, or 640,000 tiles. These mosaics don’t use “cheats” such as tile tinting or blending with the [...]

Self-taught painter and installation artist Jim Houser lives and works in Philadelphia, PA and has been added to the permanent collection at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. His last exhibition ‘The Tip of The Sword’ was in Milan, Italy at Galleria Patricia Armocida. Here is some of his work…

One thing usually leads to another when perusing the internets and we came across this animated video from Gorillaz’s Damon Albarn and Jamie Hewlett retelling the Chinese Monkey King folk tale. This video is a BBC advert from the Bejing Olympics 2008. The story behind the Monkey King is as follows (via): He was born [...]

Record Makers, a French independent label celebrated their 10 year anniversary by having artists Mrzyk & Moriceau create an iPhone app which is a surrealistic game in which you can create random art by swiping different parts of the drawing.

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