A new language to make image processing fast. Halide. The new world of Hardware Startups. The latest fun with Python. “The works in the show are the result of a computer algorithm written by Lund. By analysing and categorizing a wide range of artworks, by the most successful contemporary artists, a set of instructions were generated […]
Mind = blown. I love videogame’s potential to alter perception. Here comes Dash from Amazon. Real world / Internet will continue to blur, if you have the credit. Folding satellites and receiver/transmitter balloons.
“He is sitting in front of these white shoji screens which, along with the florescent lighting, make his freshly-shaven face look pale and cratered. “It’s a really good feeling,” he says, stuffed up and swallowing in pain. “There is nothing standing between me and my goals.”” Twitch is exploding. Is this the future of television? […]
“This was created in dedication to the photographer Vivian Maier, a street photographer from the 1950s – 1990s. vivian’s work was discovered at an auction here in Chicago where she resided most of her life. her discovered work includes over 100,000 mostly medium format negatives (90% of her work), thousands of prints, and countless undeveloped […]
Nearest Neighbours to select movie recommendations. “Jeff Hawkins has bet his reputation, fortune, and entire intellectual life on one idea: that he understands the brain well enough to create machines with an intelligence we recognize (sic) as our own.”
“One Of Us is a Soho based studio founded in 2006 by co-directors Tom Debenham, Dominic Parker and Rachael Penfold. The company ethos is one of creative intelligence applied through filmmakers’ sensibility, with a focus on design and collaboration.” As well as doing VFX work, One Of Us have made the One-Cam, which was used […]
The use of the mirror is genius. OLED display + Arduino = Joy. How to build a maze.
By two old friends, Kevin Atkinson and Ross Cooper. Another new language, this time from Facebook: Hack. Cereal – A C++11 library for serialization.
Play with your eyes! Neil Kellerhouse has done practically everyone one of my favourite movie posters of the last couple of years, from Finding Nemo to The Social Network. Useful visualisations of Git. “Alan Turing’s ‘Morphogenesis’ Theory Confirmed 60 Years After His Death“
I can’t wait for Monument Valley. Zach Gage on bravery and indie games. I can’t wait for Hyper Light Drifter either. I love that final screen! More amazing from Arca and Kanda. Kyle is staggered that Microsoft is making us go through this again and I am too.