MIDI Sprout: Now You Can Create Music From Plants

shockleewebpic_midisproutThe Sonification of Plants is here. MIDI Sprout is a biorhythm to MIDI converter that will allow you to create music from your houseplants via the power of biofeedback. So basically, this unit will allow you to collect data from your plants or even your own body and convert these readings into MIDI which means that now you can get some inspiration from your green friends.

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Sonic Water: Studies Of Visible Sound & Vibrations

shockleewebpic_sonicwaterSonic Water is an interactive installation by Sven Meyer [Elfenmaschine & kymat.de] and Kim Pörksen [Piece of Cake] that creates an interactive environment for visualizing sound and vibrations that reminds us that sound is truly physical.

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Space Distortions: Daydream Installation By Nonotak Studio Showing In NYC January 2014

shockleewebpic_daydreambynonotakStep into the light… Daydream V.02 is a mesmerizing installation by Nonotak Studio [Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto] which was recently shown at the Insanitus Festival in Lithuania and is coming to New York City this coming January.

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Dan Friel’s Thumper – DIY Noise Pop Sounds

Check out Dan Friel’s Thumper, from his forthcoming album Total Folklore which he put together with recordings from his phone and his ‘computer purchased in 2001 running OS9′.

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Reinventing The Design Process: 3D Printshow 2012 London Recap

The 3D Printshow 2012 just took place in London this past weekend, check out this recap from the event for a look at some of the design ideas 3D printing is being used for. Whether it’s for creative applications or more practical scientific uses, there is no doubt that 3D printing is a game-changer, this technology is on the rise and becoming cheaper and more accessible for everyone.

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Microtonal Wall: Tristan Perich

Take a look at this sound art installation by Tristan Perich consisting of 1,500 speakers each playing a single microtonal frequency, collectively spanning 4 octaves.

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The Alchemy Of Light: Live Projection Mapping Performance Art

Take a look at this clip of excerpts from a one-man live performance piece by a Dandypunk. The Alchemy of Light is a magical performance that shows the potential of using projection mapping in a performance art/experimental theater scenario whereby the artist interacts with the mapping in a dynamic choreographed way.

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The Fire & The Ash: A Short Documentary On Burning Man 2012

Check out this short documentary by Aaron Freeder as he travels through the recent 2012 Burning Man Festival, an 8-day event in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert where a city is built from scratch and torn down immediately after.

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[NYC] September 29-30th: World Maker Faire 2012 – Science, Technology Projects, Art + DIY Culture

World Maker Faire takes place this weekend at the New York Hall of Science [NYSCI] in Queens on Saturday, September 29th and Sunday, September 30th. This event will feature over 500 exhibitors, showcase presentations and how-to workshops from the leaders in the maker movement, talks from DIY experts and industry leaders, and opportunities to learn specific making skills. Inspiring and fun for all ages, this event will get you excited about the possibilities of making.

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The Future Sounds Of Folk: Electronic Music From Indonesia, Singapore and The Netherlands

The Future Sounds Of Folk is a collaborative project between Steim and The Unifiedfield of electronic music from Indonesia, Singapore and The Netherlands. Watch this live post-folk performance by the trio consisting of Bambu Wukir, Iman Rohman and One Man Nation that took place at the State-X New Forms at the TodaysArt Festival in December of 2011.

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