We know our life is so convenient by new technology. One of reason is that technology reduces a lot of complcated process until getting a result. Here is a project, called sketch furniture, which consider this idea.
"The four FRONT members have developed a method to materialise free hand sketches. They make it possible by using a unique method where two advanced techniques are combined.
It is known to be a very common problem in humankind: Navigation. I believe, the way we put ourselves into local context will change profoundly in the future.
Here two short extract's out of the movie shot in 1967, in eight different rooms of New York's Chelsea Hotel, it's said that this was the inspiration for Endemols reality TV formats. About Chelsea Girls and The Chelsea Girls Reviews and warhol and warholfoundation and WIKIpedia and bigbrother UK and bigbrother AU and bigbrother US
My last night (meaning beers) in Linz was quite surprising. After a good meal, and finally a goulash (something I was long desiring for), Christian Giorgiano, Chris O'Shea and me headed to a last round at O.K Centre.
As all other situations here at Ars Electronica, once you arrive at a "social pole" like O.K Centre, we started to run into people that at least one of us knew. Suddenly, we are seating in a table with an amazing crew, former members of the group Antirom: Andy Cameron, now head of the interaction department at Fabrica, Andy Allenson, now with his studio Pickled Onion, and Joel Baumann, later one of the founders of Tomato Interactive, now teaching at Kassel University, Germany. Summing up, a big, big table.
Ars Electronica 2006
Simplicity - The Art of Complexity
Simple, simplify, simplistic, and keep on going. To understand this yearâ€™s Ars Electronica theme â€œSimplicity â€“ The Art of Complexityâ€ was definitely not simple. It wasnâ€™t simple for me, it wasnâ€™t simple for Wolfgang Bednarzek, one of the festivalâ€™s organizer, it wasnâ€™t simple for John Maeda, the MIT virtuous genius; simply, it wasnâ€™t simple.
'Shirley Bassey Mixed Up' is a collaborative biography: an illustrated biography of the legendary diva, where the reader helps to 'mix' the illustrations online, using Internet searches.