Monthly Archives: May 2010

Department of the Future, as seen by Capgemini

Capgemini finally shared a full version of its earlier announced report “Department of the Future“. The report is a result of the round table held by the company with the governmental officials (both local and national) who shared their ideas … Continue reading

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Art Experiments with the Quazi-Augmented Reality

An interesting project by the UK artist Reynir Hutber, exploring how people behave when ‘seeing’ something while they, in fact, don’t see it. The artist projects the video streams from surveillance cameras where there he body also embeds his own … Continue reading

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Artomaton in MediaRuimte

MediaRuimte, Brussels’ art and new media think/do tanks, presents Artomaton, and exhibition featuring self-operating machines which “blends art with automation, and extends the vocabulary of character, pen & paper to a variety of digital generative formats while rendering the beauty … Continue reading

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Festival of Spatial Imagination in Antwerpen

Atwerpen-based Middelheim Museum will host almost a month-long festival of ‘spatial imagination’, inviting architects, urban planners, artist and designers to reflect, rethink and try to re-design the living condition we all live in. Supported, among others, by the Cultural Center … Continue reading

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Interactive mirror installation by rAndom International

I finally managed to compile a short video of the nice interactive installation by rAndom International, London-based team that creates what might be broadly defined as ‘digital art’: various installations that use modern technologies to create novel aesthetic experiences. This … Continue reading

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The future of garbage (in Amsterdam)

We went to Amsterdam today, not knowing that there is strike of garbage collectors there. Coincidentally, there was a public holiday one day before, so when we saw the piles of avfal, or garbage sacks everywhere, we first thought that … Continue reading

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Human Cities Festival in Brussels

Last Friday, May 7, I went to Brussels to participate in a symposium called Human Cities, on both researching and designing public spaces. The event, held in the Bozar art & media center, was at the same time an opening … Continue reading

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Swarming GUIs

This is an example of a GUI developed by Philips Design around 2005 for (back then called) Philips CE, Consumer Electronics. The main ideas was these hexagrams, that were able to freely float over the screen, and then group (or … Continue reading

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Open Studios at HISK

The card inviting to participate in the Open Studios 2010 in the HISK, High Institute of Fine Arts in Gent, Belgium. I actually consider to go, in one of the days (they are open from may 7 till 9). The … Continue reading

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