A project Emily Gobeille and I just finished for the March 2010 issue of Boards Magazine. An interactive story that does realtime tracking of the back and front covers of the Boards magazine to control your journey through the playful world of Rise and Fall.
You can download the software and the magazine cover here:
The source code for the project is released open source – check it out here:
Quote: “The EyeWriter has won the first FutureEverything Award. The EyeWriter has been chosen as the winner of the inaugural FutureEverything Award following an online vote by a world-wide community of FutureEverything artists and participants from the past 15 years.”
More info here:
Funky Forest was featured in the latest issue of Items magazine in a piece titled “Interfaces of the Third Kind”.
Quote: “With Programming Interactivity, you’ll explore cutting-edge techniques for interaction design, and get the background and technical information you need to design, program, build, and troubleshoot your own projects. This book explains programming and electrical engineering basics, and introduces three freely available tools created specifically for artists and designers: Processing, Arduino, and OpenFrameworks.”
It comes out July 2009 so be sure to grab the first printed book on openFrameworks.
In other news a Japanese book dedicated to openFrameworks is also in the works!
Emily and I just finished a permanent installation of Funky Forest for Moomah, an art center and cafe for parents and their children, based in Tribeca, NYC.
Check out the project on my project page here:
For information on Funky Forest @ Moomah check the Moomah website:
L.A.S.E.R Tag was part of MoMA’s Design and the Elastic Mind show in New York. It is also featured in the excellent book of the show which covers a wide range of innovative projects that are using new approaches to push the fields of art and design.
It was also recently added to the permanent collection of MoMA and continues to be on display at the museum.