Ok, I think we posted up a good chunk of the projects from NYU’s ITP show – it’s one of the few events where you can actually see some of the building blocks we cover @ MAKE taken to the extremes when tech-artists do projects, Tom Igoe (author of Making Things Talk) is an instructor @ ITP so there were a lot of new and interesting Arduino based projects and this year there were a handful of projects which use a Wii remote — if you want a glimpse of what the art-meets-tech world will be doing years from now check out our photos, posts and videos. Here are all of them for your viewing pleasure…
It’s hard to say which one was the best, but I did like “Simon Stabs” quite a bit (pictured above) – so consider this a MAKE “best of show” Aram!
- Knock – reinvented amulets and charms.
- Picture Me Rollin’ – using your suitcase to play music.
- Epimetheus, trees will tell you when they’re on fire.
- Brushbots, Paint Brushes with a mind of their own.
- Solar chandelier.
- Wireless synth modules.
- Using a wheelchair (and Wiimote) to create art…
- Simon Stabs.
- Speaker feedback instrument.
- Autonomous Parapoetic Device.
- Epafi touch communicator.
- Sustainable noise generator.
- ITP Spring 2008 pictures.
- ITP Spring Show 2008 (5 minute video).
- Naked Pixel.
Editor’s note: This is part of the “mobile post” series which will appear on MAKE – sponsored by Windows Mobile. Only the links and voice that appear in the mobile post box (below) are part of the campaign on MAKE – pt.