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In Rain Room, A Downpour That Doesn’t Get Visitors Wet [Computer Vision, Video]

It’s all been done. That’s generally the impression one might reach with interactive design, and perhaps in no technology more than the “follow visitors walking around the space” computer vision trick. But as interactive art matures, those basic tropes are becoming the basis of new, sometimes beautiful ideas. Case in point: London/Berlin-based agency Random International’s […]

In Rain Room, A Downpour That Doesn't Get Visitors Wet [Computer Vision, Video]

It’s all been done. That’s generally the impression one might reach with interactive design, and perhaps in no technology more than the “follow visitors walking around the space” computer vision trick. But as interactive art matures, those basic tropes are becoming the basis of new, sometimes beautiful ideas. Case in point: London/Berlin-based agency Random International’s […]

Peter Kirn - October 9, 2012

USB 3.0: Backwards Compatible in Theory, But Some Audio Drivers Aren’t Cooperating

One of the handful of USB 3.0 devices currently available: the new “SuperSpeed” port on a Verbatim hard drive. Photo (CC-BY-NC-ND) auxo.co.kr. “SuperSpeed USB” or USB 3.0 offers major forward advancement for hardware ins and outs, with faster throughput (yielding up to ten-fold speed gains over USB2), improved overall performance, and lower power consumption. That […]

Peter Kirn - June 18, 2012

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