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If you’re a photography wonk, you might be interested to know that this interactive webcam app digitally replicates an analog imaging process called slit-scanning, first developed on the set of 2001: A Space Odyssey. If you’re someone, who, like me, just likes playing with trippy stuff online, stop reading now and click the link. Created by Australian former Google UI […]

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The surreal installation by New York-based multi-media artist Aaron Sherwood Firewall is a highly interactive piece that’s just begging to be petted. Why? The spandex fabric responds to your touch with varying levels of music and light patterns like some kind of musical Furby on ecstasy. Using an Xbox kinect’s depth perception, “Firewall” analyzes the movements […]

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What is Space Cruiser? It’s an interactive, 360-degree installation that turns the American Museum of Natural History’s planetarium dome into “a giant virtual spacecraft” that you get to navigate through asteroid belts and wormholes with your “crew.” […]

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What is Space Cruiser? It’s an interactive, 360-degree installation that turns the American Museum of Natural History’s planetarium dome into “a giant virtual spacecraft” that you get to navigate through asteroid belts and wormholes with your “crew.” […]

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Lee Mingwei’s new installation opens today at the Brooklyn Museum: Essentially, a hundred freshly severed botanical genitalia will be poised “growing” out of a granite crack. You are to snag one on the way out, take a detour and stick it to a stranger. It’s romantical. […]

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