Visit Marling at Glow Eindhoven from November 10-17, 2012.
DIY City 0.01a, a prototype for a future mass-participation installation tested in London in front of an invited audience.
Another Life, one of Europe's largest permanent interactive public artworks, is now open to the public in the heart of Bradford, England.
Control.Burble.Remote flies at the bottom of Las Ramblas in Barcelona, Spain. Bring out your remotes!
Burble flies at Phish Festival 2009.
The Burble will be part of the opening ceremony for the Dubai World Cup 2009.
Chris, resident EngD candidate, has been working on a deployable external insulation system, passively powered by the phase-change properties of wax-piston actuators, now on display to the public.
Wifi Camera will be in two exhibitions: Waves @ HMKV, Dortmund, Germany, May 10 - June 29; and Synthetic Times @ the National Art Museum China in Beijing, June 10 to July 3.
Burble London has received the Design Museum's Design of the Year (interactive) award...
Configurable T-shirt is now available in many variations at The Configurable T-shirt shop.
A couple of talks coming up at the ICA, Architecture + Computation: Embedded, Embodied, Adaptive (September 5) and at the Tate Modern, Softspace: Contemporary Interactive Environments (September 8).
A completely new version of Evolving Sonic Environment, employing audible Shepard tones will be on display at the Netherlands Media Art Institute from June 1 to July 14, 2007.
Project Unspecified, all welcome: come design and build a large low tech inflatable in Washington Square Park, New York City, 10am to 9pm, Monday April 30, 2007.
Environment XML is now live, enabling people to tag and share remote realtime environmental data; if you are using Flash, Processing, Arduino, Director or any other application that parses XML then you can both respond to and contribute to environments and devices around the world.
Open Burble will premiere at the opening of the Singapore Biennale 2006.
An experiment with Adam Somlai-Fischer and Bengt Sjölén to reveal the electromagnetic "view" of 2.4GHz (that analogises the way that a traditional camera obscura works with visible light) will appear at Waves, RIXC, Latvia, August 24 to September 17, 2006.
Environment XML goes live; data may not be available in realtime until later this year.
Project assistant sought, very flexible hours. More info here PLEASE NOTE THIS POST IS NO LONGER OPEN.
21.11.05 - 16.12.05
Series of lectures in Japan; dates and venues available here.
"Paskian Environments" (exploring how Low tech sensors and actuators may be applied to interaction models developed by Gordon Pask) at the Crystalpunk Workshop for Soft Architecture, Utrecht.
"Hardspace, Softspace: Open Source Architecture" available in spanish and english in July issue of Archfarm.
Exhibition of recent works at the Oslo School of Design and Architecture.
Presentation at VSMM 2004, Enhanced Environments session.
Haunt has been selected for a Sciart Engaging Science Research and Development Award from the Wellcome Trust.
Presentation at SIGGRAPH 2004, Tangible/Ambient Media session.
Sky Ear will fly at the Belluard Bollwerk International festival on July 4th, with rain-dates on 5th, 6th and 7th.
Participating in Outside In, Gothenburg, Sweden.
Sky Ear will be in a Selfridges (London) shop window until 27.06.04 (part of David Greene's LAWUN/Invisible University).
Participating in RAM 5 (Re-Approaching New Media), Riga, Latvia.
Lecture at Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm, Sweden.
Exhibiting at DICON 2003, Seoul, South Korea.
Participating in RAM 4 (Re-Approaching New Media), Helsinki, Finland.
"Projects" presented at University of Westminster School of Architecture, London.
Presentation at Intimacy, Florence.
Presentation "Architecture and the Poetries of Interaction" at UK-UbiNet Workshop on Ubiquitous Computing, London.
Sky Ear will receive financial assistance from The Daniel Langlois Foundation for Art, Science, and Technology.