Pixelsumo is a blog about interaction, with an emphasis on play, installation, video game culture, playgrounds and toys. Written by Chris O'Shea.
As per last year, Here are the winners and selection for the Interactive Arts category at Prix Ars Electronica 2010 just announced. A big congratulations to the Eyewriter team, a very excellent project & much deserved win. I am very happy that my Hand from Above has received an honorary mention. Golden Nica The EyeWriter […]
Here are the winners and selection for the Interactive Arts category at Prix Ars Electronica 2009… Golden Nica Nemo Observatorium Lawrence Malstaf (BE) -> watch video Awards of Distinction when laughter trips at the threshold of the divine Osman Khan, Kim Beck (US) Jens Wunderling default to public Honorary Mentions Red Psi Donkey Jens Brand […]
On sale for the first time at the Ars Electronica Electrolobby workshops, the Arduino mini is a much smaller version of its older brother. Ideal for plugging straight into breadboards & for projects with limited space, the Arduino mini also has twice as much memory for your code. Saving space by using a seprate USB […]
Most of my time at Ars Electronica was spent in the Electrolobby, taking part in the OpenFrameWorks workshop, run by Zach Lieberman & Henrik Wrangel. “OpenFrameWorks, is a new open source, cross platform, c++ library, which was designed by Zachary Lieberman (US) to make programming in c++ for students accessible and easy. In it, the […]
Christian Giordano, Seulki Kang, Lewis & myself are off to Ars Electronica at the end of the month. Anyone readers from London going? Get in touch. Christian has made this very useful Google Map of Ars: >> Ars Electronica Google Map
So the winners of the Ars Electronica Prix have been announced. The winner of the [next idea] caught my attention: “‘Aquaplay’ is an ambitious application for displays; it is based on air bubbles rising through a special fluid. This technology constitutes a completely novel idea and a dramatic contrast to pixel graphics”. (congrats to Himanshu […]