[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] "The Void" is a 360° projection installation that will let you visualize the idea of emptiness. The twist? Stand still and let go of your technological life to actually see the projection.
[GAME-INSPIRED] In this illustration series, Louisa Gagliardi combined a rifle from a FPS video game and works from renowned contemporary artists in a same image.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Clement Valla keeps exploring the world of digital maps with this project where the 3D information is removed from satellite 3D maps. No longer wrapped around the 3D model of a building, the texture maps appear flat.
[CONCEPT] The project started as an experimentation with seven-segments panels, the ones you find in old digital clocks, but since the team realized it has been done before, they decided to take the concept even further and make it interactive.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Created by Lawrence Lek with the app 123D Catch, "KI$$" is a 3D-printed sculpture that tries to convey the emotion found in a kiss.
[CONCEPT] This installation is set into an scaffold structure open to the visitors. Once inside, the audience will be in the center of an incredible light show.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] American cars' motto in the 70's seemed to be the bigger the better. Auto Aerobics takes this concept to the next level. Suspended in the air, retro American cars appear deformed and all tangled up
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] The digital aspect of these photocollages is purely visual. No computer or algorithms, just a ruler and a knife to cut the photographs and a great deal of patience.
[WTF] Beware before clicking on this link. You might be sucked up in a infinite loop contemplating animal GIFs and listening to a repetitive song whose beat is based on Windows sound effects.
[WEIRD APP] As you might have guessed by its name, I PIXEL U lets you pixelate your own picture but the fun thing is you choose the part of the image you where you want to add the effect.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] This interactive project transforms tennis table into a collaborative experiment. The music and the graphics projected on the table are controlled by the tempo and rhythm of the players.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Updated versions of classical paintings created by Kim Dong-kyu show us what it would be like in if they created in our technologically connected time.
[CONCEPT] Presented at the 2013 edition of the Nuit Blanche in Amiens, France, Cyclique is a light and sound installation made of 256 helium balloons equipped with LED lights.
[WTF] The CGI dummy that became famous two years ago for wandering awkwardly in the streets of L.A. is back for another wild ride.
[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.
[CONCEPT] Instagram ventures IRL in this street art series created by Bruno Ribeiro. Carboard signs that look like an Instagram post, complete with the white frame, the user name, location and tags, were placed in several locations across London and Manchester.
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Using digital photography, collage, 3D rendering and primitive 3D scanning technology, Mark Dorf made this series of photographs where natural landscapes and digital images coexist to create a striking contrast.
[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
[DIGITALLY-INSPIRED] Each one of the three clocks that compose this interactive installation has a different rewind mechanism. Once activated by the visitor, the animations displayed on the digital screen briefly come together to show the time before disappearing again.
[CONCEPT] "IDNA" offer a new kind of narration for iOS devices. The "spatial storytelling" feature of the project lets you explore the scenes at 360° by moving the tablet around you.