Diller Scofidio + Renfro
Diller Scofidio + Renfro Blow Up The Hirshhorn Museum [VIDEO]
The innovative architects describe how an inflatable balloon will help the Hirshhorn re-invigorate their public programs.
Practice Sousveillance With The SlyPhone Camera Attachment
A laser cut mirrored camera attachment lets anyone take photos of strangers surreptitiously.
Phillips And Tumblr Launch First Digital Art Auction To Be Held By A Major Auction House
Digital artists are invited to submit their work for the prestigious auction and exhibition.
Biodegradable 3D Printed Architectural Installation Will Become A Micro-Habitat For Plants And Insects
Echoviren is a 3D-printed site-specific installation that will eventually become one with nature.
Where's Obama? Uses "Crowd-Sourced Surveillance" To Track The President
A group of artists respond to NSA surveillance with a website that aims to track the POTUS.
A 3D-Printed Car That Assembles Itself
The "Genesis" concept design from RCA student Nir Siegel would 3D print a car at your doorstep.
New Exhibition Explores The Role Of Creativity Today
A new exhibition in London looks at "urban creativity" as a defining characteristic of today's cultural scene.
Jamie Lidell On Perfecting His Cyborg Soul Music, Prince, and Nashville Futures
A belated interview from Montreal's Mutek festival.
Jamie Lidell Dishes On The Evolution of His Sound and Undying Love for Prince
Jamie Lidell reveals how he crafts his unique techno-blues and how living in Nashville is shaping his sound.
A Real-Time Music Visualizer Inspired by Buddhism and Science
Using a Monome-controller, Jono Brandel creates real-time animations that perfectly sync with music.
Open Sourcing A Custom Pair of Jeans
Kyle McDonald and Lisa Kori use a Kinect and open source software to create custom jeans cheaply and efficiently.
Composing for Humans and Computers: Pantha du Prince Discusses Songwriting for The Bell Laboratory
Pantha du Prince explains his obsession with bells and the difference between writing for human musicians and computers.