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Meet A 14 Year Old Prodigy Programmer Who Has Created 15 Apps

Santiago Gonzalez is a 14-year old developer in Littleton, Colorado who is fluent in a over a dozen programming languages and has created 15 apps to date. He entered college at age 13 and is expected to graduate with a computer science and electrical engineering degree by age 16 and will get his masters degree at 17.

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Iris Van Herpen’s Paris Fashion Show Brings 3D Printed Couture To The Runway

A 3-D printed dress debuted at the Paris Fashion Week Spring 2013 as part of collaboration with fashion designer Iris Van Herpen for her show ‘Voltage’. The 3D printed skirt and cape were produced using Stratasys’ unique Objet Connex multi-material 3D printing technology, which allows a variety of material properties to be printed in a single build. This allowed both hard and soft materials to be incorporated within the design, crucial to the movement and texture of the piece.

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Ryoji Ikeda – Datamatics 2.0

Using pure data as a source for sound and visuals, datamatics combines abstract and mimetic presentations of matter, time and space in a powerful and breathtakingly accomplished work. datamatics is the second audiovisual concert in Ryoji Ikeda’s datamatics series, an art project that explores the potential to perceive the invisible multi-substance of data that permeates our world.

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Can Computers Be Creative?

Take a listen to this podcast from Studio 360 and learn about the world of computational creativity, artificial intelligence systems that are creating art with the help of their programmers of course.

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Why Do YouTube Views Freeze At 301?

Numberphile pays a visit to YouTube and learns the secret behind one of the website’s famous idiosyncrasies – why view counts on new videos often freeze at 301.

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Online Filter Bubbles: Your Search Results Are Being Determined For You

Algorithms are increasingly editing the information we receive on the web. Did you know that two people entering the same keywords for a search in google will get different results? In this TED video Eli Pariser explains.

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Chase No Face: A Cool Real Time Kinect Hack Music Video

Brooklyn based artist BELL has made an interesting video out of a Kinect hack for her song Chase No Face. All the light effects that you see mapped across her face were shot in real time with a laptop and LED projector. None of the effects were done in post production.

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Stuxnet: Anatomy of a Computer Virus

Stuxnet, a computer worm is the first weapon made entirely out of code which was discovered in 2010. This infographic explores the potential ramifications of this open source virus with cool motion graphics by Australian designer Patrick Clair.

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WebGL: The Technology Behind Danger Mouse’s New Video ’3 Dreams of Black’

WebGL is a new open-source web technology that extends the capability of javaScript to bring hardware accelerated 3D graphics [real-time compositing, procedural drawing, 3D canvas rendering] to the browser without installing additional software. Videos made with WebGL can now bring an added level of interactivity to the users via their web browser.

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Music Hack Day NYC Winners & Pics

Music Hack Day made its debut in NYC this past weekend to a enthusiastic crowd at the newly opened co-working space General Assembly. The object of the 48 hour hackathon was to code and finish a music related app within the timeframe.

The Grand Prize winner was Invisible Instruments by Tim Soo. His hack combined an iPod Touch and a Wii remote to enable the playing of invisible instruments. Tim used a combo of Tuning Fork Gyroscope [Wiimote], TouchOSC, Max/MSP/Jitter & OSCulator to make it work.

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