This design company made the illusion of ocean waves trapped in architecture

Korean-headquartered d’strict¬†produced this digital architecture via “anamorphic illusion.” As it’s been making the rounds, let’s look at what’s going on – and yeah, move over, projection mapping. The accelerating commoditization of LED walls – and their particular presence in rapidly-expanding Asia – is making a new kind of architecturally expanded reality. This particular illusion is […]

Water Light Graffiti: Painting with Water, Transformed into Light, and Urban Communication

Installation Water Light Graffiti // par Antonin Fourneau // du 06/06 au 30/06 √† Stereolux Nantes from stereolux on Vimeo. Perhaps digitality is necessarily about the ephemeral. That could explain the fascination with making “graffiti” using light and digital paint, participatory but impermanent. The latest twist on the meme comes to us from Nantes, France. […]

Peter Kirn - July 1, 2013

Ableton Live to Lights: Hacking Max for Live to an LED Wall For a Brilliant Display

I like Drums. And Bass. from DJ Autom8 on Vimeo. Finally, laptop music need no longer be lit by some bad club lights and the glow of your MacBook display. Things are getting really interesting. Just ask Jonathan Thompson, a student who hacked Max for Live into an LED wall and got a blindingly-bright display […]

Peter Kirn - April 5, 2013

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