[WEIRD APP] Based from the album "The King of Limbs", PolyFauna uses the sounds and imagery of the track Bloom. You can immerse in this abstract world and explore its different corners by tilting and turning your device. Numerous digital creatures are floating around and you can even create your own by drawing on the screen.
[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.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The new video for Snoop Lion's track from his reggae album REINCARNATED looks like a 16-bit video game coming straight from the 90's. What begins as a kind of Pokémon battle
[WTF] There are simulation games for so many activities, now there is even one for waiting in line. All you have to do in this 90's looking game is to stand in line and be patient.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The video for the remix of David Bowie's "Love Is Lost" by James Murphy is absolutely amazing. A vast array of digital techniques are employed to express the emotion of the song.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Tumblr becomes the support for an exploration of our pop culture in this video for We Are Shining's track "Wheel". From one blog post to the next, the dozens of GIFs that form the video tell us an intriguing story about a primitive man who discovers "modern tribalism
[INTERVIEW] We met with Michel Ancel, lead game designer at Ubisoft, and Christophe Heral, composer, on the genesis of "Rayman Legends", its future and their thoughts about the gaming industry.
[WATCH&LISTEN] The video for 65daysofstatic's new track "PRISMS" was entirely made by an algorithm. Matt Pearson decided to prove wrong Alex Rutterford, the director of Autechre's "Gantz Graf", who said back in 2002 that a computer program could not make a music video on its own.
[WATCH&LISTEN] There isn't much happening in this video for Shit Robot's latest single "We Got A Love", some guy is walking around L.A.Normal stuff except for one thing: his entire skin is made out of space.
[GAME-INSPIRED] Is it a music video? Is it an old school video game? Both actually! The moves you make in this 16-bit driving game remix Swiss Lips' song "Carolyn".
[WATCH&LISTEN] The first minute of Michael Jackson's "Thriller" is recreated in stop motion with LEGOs.
[WEIRD APP] Put your drink on your iPhone and let it become a colorful light show. Using the glass as a prism, the lights go through your beverage and blink in sync with the surrounding sounds captured by the microphone.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Simian Mobile Disco and Sacrifice take us on a journey through space and time in this new music video designed by Hans Lo.
[WATCH&LISTEN] As the digital tiles are slowly being flipped over, the abstraction lead to figuration and the face of Etta Bond singing the song is revealed.
[CONCEPT] This installation invites visitors to select a song on an iPad and to watch its visualization on the walls of the space. Painted with black and white lines, the five walls become a canvas for the digital mapping. More than a simple visualization, motion capture enables the visitor to interact with the animation.
[WATCH&LISTEN] Gangpol & Mit are back with a new video which showcases one more time their love for black humor.
[WATCH&LISTEN] A hacked Kinect camera captures Angus Andrew, Julian Gross and Aaron Hemphill. The three members of the band become a set of data slowly oscillating to "The Exact Color Of Doubt".
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This installation, comprising comprises mechanical devices, software, prints, sculptures, is a modern interpretation of the work of Jules Lissajous. This French mathematician invented in 1857 a way to visualize sound only using a beam of light bounced off tuning forks and mirrors. The Harmonic Series recreate this experiment with modern tools.
[MUST-HAVE] Just like a regular kazoo, it contains a flute which acts as a breath synthesizer. You can also produce sounds by tapping on its touch sensitive surface or record your voice with the built-in microphone. If the "most versatile entertainment assistant ever" was primarily built to create music, it can actually achieve so much more.
[CONCEPT] Bring the party with you at all time with this conceptual backpack. The Boom-Pack features 100w speakers, a docking station for your smartphone, a rechargeable battery and even a pico projector for an intense VJing session.