What does it mean to write yourself out of history? Janet Freed Lynch, administrator and organizer of the Macy Conferences, leaves a contested legacy of female labor at the margins of cybernetics.
MIDI Sprout connects plants and synthesizers via, you guessed it, MIDI signals.
Hungarian artists connect ECG and pulse sensors to an LED sculpture to create what they call a "light uterus."
BraiQ wants to use bio sensors to teach you to trust your self-driving car.
Artist Oliver Jennings fused nature with digital forms for an audiovisual performance at MIRA Festival 2014.
In this new season of Sound Builders, we meet sonic artists who are pushing the audio experience to a whole new level.
The installation measures skin moisture to turn your anxiety, stress, and arousal into observable information. Clammy people take notice.
In video games, the hardware will hear you scream.
The Sonic Cradle, in development by artists and technologists Jay Vidyarthi and Darwin Frost, suspends a human body in absolute darkness and allows the user to mix a soundscape using only their breathing. It's not just a neat interactive installation...