Pulp Based Computing

sensors, actuators and circuit boards  that behave, look, and feel like paper. http://www.architectradure.com/2011/04/18/pulp-based-computing-building-computers-out-of-paper/ http://web.media.mit.edu/~marcelo/paper/index.html Advertisements

Deep Screen: Muti Randolph

Not a who lot of info regarding technical details but…. Looks like a programmable 3-dimensional grid of LEDs……Creates interesting and surprisingly complex¬† visuals. http://www.thecreatorsproject.com/videos/muti-randolph–2 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MsEeLDLJbeo

Flyfire: SENSEable City

imagine this…. small flying objects…with embedded light-sources….flying in programmable groups…. well MIT’s SENSEable city lab is working to develop this very concept. it’s still in the development stage but if completed would be a great example of a low-tech mechanism operated by high-tech means… http://senseable.mit.edu/flyfire/#


Add some water, some CO2 (you’re breath), and some sun light….voila you got yourself a lamp! http://www.miket.co.uk/


Maya + Grasshopper + Binder Clip + Colored Paper = CHROMAtex http://www.softlabnyc.com/work/

Plinthos / mab architecture

http://vimeo.com/17037679 Low tech materials (perforated clay brick) + Interactive light and sound. Mab Architecture http://www.archdaily.com/109217/plinthos-mab-architecture/