Archive for the ‘experiments’ Category


Space is the Limit is the new site released by the interactive art director students at Hyper Island (Stockholm).
And it’s funny, well done and with a really cool concept! ( I won’t tell you more about it because I don’t want to spoil the surprise 😉 )

Go send your message into space here: http://www.spaceisthelimit.com/

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Today I bring you a work in progress of mine: the Rocking Box!
RockBox is the development collective created by me and Gabor Wraight to serve as brand for our work.
As I said it’s still work in progress and it will evolve with time, so I would love to hear your feedback!

Check out the Rocking Box!: http://www.rockbox.eu

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From Roland Loesslein, for his semester project at the University of Applied Sciences Augsburg, Germany, comes a surprising project that comes to show just how Papervision3d can help with better viewing and understanding sets of data.

Be sure to check it out here: http://synoptic.weaintplastic.com/

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From Jason Villmer comes the release version of Lucid, it’s a Video Panorama with impressive options and it works so smoothly it’ll leave you thinking about it.

So be sure to check it out here: http://www.lucid.it/

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Nate, from Dynamic Net Creations, just published a really cool demo, complete with source, of an inverse kinematic arm that will perform handwriting. Really cool stuff and most definitely worth checking out.
Kudos to Nate!

Check it out here: http://dynamicnetcreations.com/blog/?p=44

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Clint Hannaford, from digital pictures, just told me about their latest experiment with Papervision3d, and boy is it impressive. They used PV3D to build a small augmented reality demo that you can test for your self!

Find out how here:http://interactive.digitalpictures.com.au/?p=392

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Stephane just finished a cool experiment involving a sound visualizer and 4 really cool songs, at first it seems like your run-of-the-mill visualizer but soon you start to see the craziness of it!

Be sure to check it out here: http://lab.st-f.net/AS3/soundSpectrum/soundSpectrum.html
And check the blog for more info: http://blog.st-f.net/index.php?post/1970/01/01/Sound-spectrum-Papervision-20-TweenMax-visualizer-experiment.

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