For eight years, Google Earth didn't update its satellite image of a military installation in Nevada. So we bought one ourselves.
Joanie Lemercier has created 1,000 sprawling, computer-generated landscapes comprised of thousands of single dots.
An artist is developing a desktop loom to make fabric production hands on.
These routers deliberately misbehave worse than your crappy Circuit City relic.
To synthetic biologist Tal Danino, bacteria provide all the primary colors an artist needs.
“So often black people are left out of design future thinking,” says Iyapo Repository's Salome Asega.
Because, in the words of Mark Tribe, artist and founder of Rhizome, “Duh!”
EYEBEAM students showcase everything from Survival Vests to accessories inspired by butterfly eggs.
Addie Wagenknecht turns the impossible-to-regulate weapon into art.
Eyebeam's new book builds on two years of inquiry to bring you a comprehensive look into the garments of the future.
From games that accidentally teach coding to a device that kills cell phone frequencies, Eyebeam's annual showcase explores interaction in every form.
Nearly 30 digital artists brought Romanticism to the future at this interactive group show.