Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
Back in August 2005 I wrote about Printball by Benjamin Gaulon, a machine that ‘prints’ dot images on walls using a computer controlled paintball gun. This video shows what happens when Nvidia give money to Mythbusters to make a hyper version of a paintball printer in 2009. Recently I saw the Facadeprinter (shown below), created […]
Most persistence of vision projects I have seen involve moving a strip of leds fast enough that our eye perceives it to be an image. Make magazine has covered many projects of this type. Jens Wunderling, a student of the Digital Media Class at UDK Berlin, has created at second glance, an alternative approach to […]
Fur, creators of the Painstation and Furminator (among others) have just released information on their project Earworm Assault Devices. From the website: “Sound is unavoidable (the ear can’t be shut like the eye) and evolutionary hardwired into our cognition apparatus, it can reach into the subconscious and arouse emotions. A well made sound can get […]