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  • Waves of Grain [#geekgirl]

    Images by Keith Skretch
    Sound by Ennio Morricone, “The Big Gundown”

    “To create this strata-cut animation, I planed down a block of wood one layer at a time, photographing it at each pass. The painstaking process revealed a hidden life and motion in the seemingly static grain of the wood, even as the wood itself was reduced to a mound of sawdust.”

  • Inside Insides [#geekgirl]

    Inside Insides

    Inside Insides

  • “All these people really seem to have it together…” [#geekgirl]

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  • Announcing “#PRISOM”, A Synthetic Reality Surveillance Game [#geekgirl]

    #PRISOM,  A Synthetic Reality Surveillance Game

    #PRISOM, A Synthetic Reality Surveillance Game

    So we (meaning Mez Breeze Design) can finally let the (Schrödinger’s?) cat out of the very tightly zipped bag: we’re *extremely* excited to officially announce our latest co-production with Dreaming Methods: “#PRISOM“. #PRISOM is a Synthetic Reality Game where a player is set loose in a Glass City under infinite surveillance. Will you be brave enough to enter?

    The project is making its début at (and is funded by) the “MARart4 Transreal Topologies Exhibition” as part of #ISMAR2013, the International Symposium on Mixed and Augmented Reality in conjunction with SA Uni’s Wearable Computer Lab. So if you’re keen to don a HMD (Head-Mounted Display) and throw yourself into #PRISOM, head to the Adelaide City East Campus of the University of South Australia on October 1-4th.

  • The Hubble Ultra Deep Field in 3D [#geekgirl]

    “…an animation that was rendered using the measured redshift of all 10,000 galaxies in the Hubble Ultra Deep Field image.”

  • Oscillate by Daniel Sierra [#geekgirl]

    If you just happened to cross an assortment of credit visuals from the British TV Sci-fi series Dr Who with Joy Division’s “Unknown Pleasures” album cover (see above), you’d probably get something a trifle-like-this:

  • #Tetris Stop Motion Chalk Art [#geekgirl]

  • #Company Releases #Feature #Film Using #Vine [#geekgirl]

    Press Still for IAD

    Yep, you read that correctly: the film distribution company Oscilloscope is using Vine [the 6-second-per-snippet Video platform] to broadcast a feature film entitled “It’s A Disaster”. The film won’t be “vined” in its entirety, but will [apparently] convey the film’s essence reasonable well. Clips from the rampant marketing stunt innovative event will also be made accessible through the company’s Twitter account.

    Update: The film’s title apparently proved prophetic in more ways than one – @OscopeLabs had to pull the plug on live-tweeting each Vine episode link due to unfortunate follower unrest…

  • Prix ARS Electronica 2012 :: International Competition for #CyberArts #geekgirl

    Call for Entries closes 2 March 2012 :: Register Online to Enter
    Since 1987, the Prix Ars Electronica has served as an interdisciplinary platform for everyone who uses the computer as a universal medium for implementing and designing their creative projects at the interface of art, technology and society. Prix ARS Electronica 2012 is calling for entries in the following catagories: Computer Animation / Film / VFX; Interactive Art; Digital Musics & Sound Art; Hybrid Art; Digital Communities; a youth catagory – u19–Create Your World and [the next idea] voestalpine Art and Technology Grant.   The competition is organised by the Ars Electronica Linz GmbH and ORF’s Upper Austria Regional Studio in collaboration with the OK Center for Contemporary Art and the Brucknerhaus Linz, and the prizes will be awarded during the Ars Electronica Festival held in Linz, Austria from 30 August – 3 September 2012.

  • Santa Fe International New Media Festival – Call for Sumissions #currents2012 #arts #geekgirl

    Santa Fe International New Media Festival_ _22 June – 8 July 2012 :: Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA :

    Call for Sumissions Submissions due 1 February 2012. Digital Dome submissions due 2 March 2012

    The 3rd Annual Santa Fe International New Media Art Festival will explore the role of technology and the diverse applicaiotns of New Media in the arts. The Festival will be held in venues throughout Santa Fe including the digital dome facility at the Institute for American Indian Arts. #currents 2012 will also offer panel discussions and workshops and multimedia performances. Submission categories include single channel video, video and sound installations, interative new media, animation, computer/software modulated sculpture, multimedia performance, experimental or interactive documentary video, digital dome projection, art-gaming and web-art.