It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data (Sherlock Holmes, A Scandal in Bohemia) One of my favorite entertainments is drawing things: crazy curves, imaginary flowers, celestial bodies, fractalic acacias ... but sometimes I wonder myself if these drawings result interesting to whom arrive to my blog. One way to define interesting could…
We usually use words like “immensely powerful” and “destructive” to describe Earth’s tectonic forces. But to artist Ken Goldberg of the University of California, Berkeley, even the most violent agents on Earth have an inner beauty.
There was an eerie hum emanating from a dimly lit room above a bakery on a side street in Durham. In the corner of the room, Lori Napoleon sat next to a series of old switchboards, draped in wires and covered in blinking red lights. She’s controlling the switchboards, which are creating the dronin
The world is full of wonderful things, like sunflowers (Machanguito, my islander friend) Sunflower seeds are arranged following a mathematical pattern where golden ratio plays a starring role. There are tons of web sites explaining this amazing fact. In general, the arrangement of leaves on a plant stem are ruled by spirals. This fact is…
I'm a PhD student at [Queensland University of Technology](https://www.qut.edu.au/). I'm approaching the end of my degree. My final seminar was in late July, and I'm revising my thesis before I submit it for external examination. My work was in the discipline of [Human-Computer Interaction](http://www.sigchi.org/). My research looked into computer interface...
Musician, video artist and developer Ari Russo will demonstrate programs he has written for music-making and live video performance. Ari will give a history and overview of MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) as well as other modes of performance control, delving into how and why his work evolved out of these concepts. He'll demonstrate the suite of general-use Ruby Gems he's created, as well programs he's created utilizing them for his own art and music. Ari has been cod
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