New media artist ::vtol:: uses over four liters of his own blood to generate electricity and create electronic sounds.
Seven multimedia artists revitalize self-portraiture in this special feature from 'The Future of Tech Issue.'
These tech-aided, brainwave-created music experiments bring a new meaning to "straight off the dome."
Media artist ::vtol:: imagines a tiny satellite that measures the part of Earth’s atmosphere altered by humans.
Uber says that a network of small, electric aircraft could reduce the modern commute.
Media artist ::vtol:: built a robot that samples a room’s noises and turns them into compositions.
‘electropollock’ unfurls a stream of abstract painted images.
::vtol:: is back with his latest human-computer interface.
Moscow-based artist ::vtol::’s latest work, ‘Red’, uses data, sound and flexible lens to make multimedia art.
Last week, the fourth edition of the tech art-focused festival took over the city.
Moscow-based hacker artist ::vtol:: (a.k.a. Dmitry Morozov) creates the ear-controlled future of body-hacking.
::vtol::'s 'Prankophone' calls people up, then plays them a melody generated from their phone number.