[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Andrew Benson with video feedbacks, Adam Ferriss set out to make his own experiments. Built with openFrameworks, the videos start with a single image or webcam stream to which he applies filters and such
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[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This panorama of Seattle was made by stitching together 2368 twenty-two-megapixel images using Microsoft's software Image Composite Editor. The 20-gigapixel image is actually more than a technical feat. Michael Cohen and Matt Uyttendaele turned the project into a gigantic Where's Waldo.
Music video made of emojis for Oneohtrix Point Never’s “Boring Angel” is the most fascinating thing you’ll see today
[WATCH&LISTEN] From a break-up to the bad decisions that ensue and much more, this video tells the storyhe story of a lifetime, or at least part of it, using only emojis. It might sound a bit simplistic but the rapid succession of smileys and ideograms is a perfect visual illustration of Oneohtrix Point Never's track.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Photoshop's content-aware tool keeps inspiring artists. As implied by its name, Silvio Lorusso's Content-Aware Typography presents pictures where the Adobe tool has been applied to the part of the image not containing any text.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] According to David Szauder, there is a parallel between the way human and digital memory work. His series "Failed Memories" illustrates this idea. The details we associate with a picture slowly vanish over time to be replaced by self-generated memories.
[AGENDA] The virtual museum/online gallery/organic TV created by SPAMM and ARTE Creative to showcase the creativity of an emerging generation of digital artists will have a physical incarnation thanks to a special event taking place tonight at the SHOW OFF art fair, in Paris.
“Universal Everything & You” at the Science Museum in London : a digital celebration of the human form
[CONCEPT] A new dimension unfold before our eyes when two flat screens placed back to back start rotating on its axis at full speed. The graphics displayed on the screen become tangible shapes visible at 360°.
[CONCEPT] The main purpose of a printer is to exactly reproduce a digital file but DeHaan subverts this process by removing the UV light from the printer. Since the ink remains fluid, faces seems to melt onto the sheet of paper.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] A face detection algorithm does not limit itself to humans. It can recognize faces in the most odd places, even in the sky. Cloud Face is a collection of such faces found in cloud images by an algorithm.