[CONCEPT] The appendages found in sunflowers, artichokes and pine cones are all determined by the Fibonacci sequence. During his residency at Autodesk's Pier 9 Workshop, John Edmark had the idea to reproduce these structures using 3D printing in order to create Fibonacci Zoetrope Sculptures.
[CONCEPT] Watch the magic created by face hacking. The faces of two men undergo a series of crazy transformations as their original features successively become the ones of a leopard, a woman, a robot and much more.
[CONCEPT] Neri Oxman and Deskriptiv create a new kind of wearables capable of sustaining life, based on a computational growth process and state-of-the-art 3D-printing.
[CONCEPT] Following a first part back in 2011, Erik Söderberg is continuing his explorations of fractal patterns, but this time in 3D.
[CONCEPT] Part of the Korean pavilion at Venice Architecture Biennale, "Commissions for Utopia" presents a unique vision of the future as envisioned by a North Korean architect.
[CONCEPT] Presented last year at the Kobe Bienniale, Garden is an immersive installation found inside a shipping container. The artwork is made of 1100 triangular mirrors that bend and reflect light. As he steps in the container, the visitor is completely immersed in a life-size kaleidoscope.
[CONCEPT] In his series "Luminance Interventions", Javier Riera projects geometric patterns on natural landscapes.
[CONCEPT] Wandering through the art galleries found on Google Art Project, Mario Santamaria discovered that many artworks were actually blurred for copyright reasons. In his "Righted Museum", he compiled views from museums around the world featuring these hidden masterpieces.
[CONCEPT] Man Made is a collection of 3D-printed handles manufactured to fit prehistoric hand-axes.
[CONCEPT] In his series "Space and Energy", Luca Zanier is documenting a hidden world which has nonetheless a huge impact on our lives: the nuclear plants and other facilities producing the energy we use every day.
[CONCEPT] In "Architecture Animée" (Animated Architecture), Axel de Stampa uses the GIF format to give life to famous modern buildings.
[CONCEPT] So many new technologies are on the verge of disrupting our daily lives but are not kind ready just yet for a big roll out. Fernando Barbella thinks ahead and already imagines the curious signs we will probably see everyday in a near future.
[CONCEPT] What if virtual reality was the answer to the farming of free range chicken? The idea might seem far-fetched but it is the concept Austin Stewart is currently selling throughout Iowa. Hear him out before getting all upset.
[CONCEPT] After reading a report from the FAO on how insects could be an answer to the world hunger problem, Búi Bjarmar Aðalsteinsson decided to focus his graduation piece on living matter and the transforming power found in nature. The FlyFactory is an ecological food production concept that integrates all the steps of a sustainable breeding process into one single unit
[CONCEPT] For her Master's degree project, Judit Eszter Karpati created a piece of electronic fabric that can change color. To do so, Karpati created an installation made of an Arduino connected to a piece of fabric that was woven with nichrome wires.
[CONCEPT] When you first get in the room you might think you are in front a projection but upon closer reflection, you will realize that Primary is a tridimensional sculpture mounted on the wall.
[CONCEPT] Leo Salvaggio decided to fight against the ubiquitous surveillance by creating an artistic project which protects the privacy of the public. URME Surveillance consists in two different masks (a 3D-printed resin prosthetic and a paper version) representing Leo's face and a open-source software that can replace faces in videos.
[CONCEPT] 'Invisible' is made of two different sprays that will make 100% invisible, DNA-wise. The first spray, "Erase", destroys 99.5% of the genetic material left behind while the second one, "Replace", takes care the remaining 0.5% by adding DNA material form other sources.
[CONCEPT] "Biomediation" translates the brainwaves of the performer into a mesmerizing visual show.
[CONCEPT] Gravity was invented as a way to free the creation process by letting users easily sketch in 3D. Made of a pen and a pad, the tool works with any augmented reality headset. The user can then draw more intuitively, free from any screen or computer.