cybernetics

history

How Women Were Pushed to the Margins of Cybernetic History

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.
Carleigh Morgan
9.2.16
Art

Eyes Control Light and Sound in a Cybernetic Feedback Experience

Indonesian artist Riar Rizaldi uses the eye as an instrument to trigger an audiovisual installation.
DJ Pangburn
8.31.16
Art

This Cybernetic Device Turns Brainwaves into Telepathic Art

::vtol:: is back with his latest human-computer interface.
DJ Pangburn
8.25.16
Music

This Music Video Is a "Smart Drug" Trip Gone Horribly Wrong

Filmmaker denial.of.service goes full-on cyberpunk dystopia in Rawtekk’s “Here’s To Them” video.
DJ Pangburn
6.29.16
Art

Mixed-Media Works Break Down Cultural and Critical Barriers

Chad Wys' work is what art history would look like if it time-traveled between the past and the future.
Presented By Espolón
5.12.16
Art

Artists Control Each Other's Body Parts with Their Minds

Artist Diva Helmy and neuroscientist Greg Gage make unbelievable art out of a DIY neuroscience interface kit.
DJ Pangburn
5.10.16
Design

This Cybernetic Lifeform Is Powered by Plant Intelligence

The reEarth project aims to explore how humans and cybernetic architectural lifeforms can live together within an urban environment.
Emiko Jozuka
4.25.16
Art

A Woman's Face Becomes an Evolving Cybernetic Surface

The design and animation studio Ouchhh return with a real-time face projection mapping work.
DJ Pangburn
4.7.16
Design

Control a Robotic Wing with Your Ear in Germany

Moscow-based hacker artist ::vtol:: (a.k.a. Dmitry Morozov) creates the ear-controlled future of body-hacking.
DJ Pangburn
11.10.15
Science

This Horrifying Robot Baby Was Built to Make You Smile

Why would anyone do this?
Jordan Pearson
9.23.15
Art

Talking to Real-Life Cyborgs About the Future of Body-Hacking

Is a cyborg revolution around the corner?
Noémie Jennifer
8.18.15
Gaming

The New 'Deus Ex' Game Nails Our Real-Life Cyborg Anxieties

Eidos Montréal’s latest cyberpunk shooter explores both our optimism and dread about cybernetic implants.
Edwin Evans-Thirlwell
6.16.15
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