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POIETIC GENERATOR - Real-time collective interaction - by Olivier Auber

POIETIC GENERATOR - Real-time collective interaction - by Olivier Auber | Tudo o resto | Scoop.it

Être ensemble en temps réel et voir ce qui se passe... Le Générateur Poïétique est une expérience artistique et scientifique pour les petits et les grands. Vous pouvez participer 24 heures sur 24 et 7 jours sur 7. Joignez-vous aux rendez-vous, ou bien proposez-en un avec votre classe ou vos amis !

 

The Poietic Generator is an free art and science experience for kids and old people. Being all together in real time and see what happens... You may participate 24/7 on your mobile & desktop. Join the appointments or suggest one with your classroom or your friends!


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Trial Record Musrara - a robot painter - by Sonice Development

Imaginations of the future urban landscape is almost always inextricably linked to an idea of a different use of the vertical space. Pushing architecture away from today’s piled two-dimensionality towards a true spatial accessible structure: Bridges between buildings like in Metropolis, vertical streets in Minority Report and flying cars in Bladerunner (and everywhere else like 5th Element) – just to name a few. The use of the vertical stands for the future.

 

Taking over the vertical city space is also something supernatural. There is hardly any comic-superhero without the ability to get off the ground. Either with superpowers like Spiderman, Superman and the Silver Surfer or with the help of technical equipment like Batman, Ironman or the Green Goblin.

 

The Vertwalker is a machine that can move on vertical surfaces. It can crawl on interior walls, take a walk on buildings and explore the city in a way humans can’t.  Our “up” is its “forward”


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