Posts tagged Experimentation
Wired Magazine Lettering
design by Lo Siento
Made with an advanced computer system integration, the table has a multi-touch surface, which responds to human touch and real world objects, like ping-pong balls. The table is also equipped with Siri voice recognition that monitors the game along with a Mac Pro 12-core computer. That means the table is very intelligent; it sees, feels and hears the game. You can even discuss a ball with it to improve your ping pong skills or argue about a point.
Némo #2 2011
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A project inspired by the phrase “Turn off your TV” mentioned in a lecture by adventurer Alastair Humphreys.
To illustrate this idea Jack Archer built a shelving unit to house 15 small televisions; creating a dot-matrix grid where individual TV’s could be turned on or off, to produce different letterforms and numbers.
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