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Glenn Zucman commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"did someone say... Online? oh, yes! Compass H2O made a development website: CompassH2.Org"
Jul 1
meg commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"haha, glenn, great to see you had such a great time at the extreme wearables designathon, i did too!  i was really impressed by the range and talent of participants.  hopefully there will be a report online soon that we can feature here on…"
Jul 1
Glenn Zucman commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"Hi MEG, OMG! XWD @ MDP this weekend was fantastic! Thank you so much for all your ideas, encouragement, creativity, and just plain great conversation!"
Jun 30
meg commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"hi glenn, nice meeting you, too! the speaker isn't creating any sound, per se, but she's doing a kind of live chemistry data-vis.  she'll run a current through the speaker circuit (perhaps creating a sound while she's doing…"
Jun 28
Glenn Zucman commented on meg's blog post Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity
"Hi  Meg, have you had a chance to see this work? I love what I see in the video, but I'm intrigued by the speaker! It's unclear how it functions or what sort of sound, if any it's creating? PS: Nice meeting you  at the…"
Jun 28
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Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity

Cindy Strobach uses red cabbage dye and electrical household appliances to create fascinating colorful printed textiles.  She created the work for her Final Show project at London's Royal College of Art.Photo: Cindy StrobachPart of a larger exploration into the…See More
Jun 26
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Wearable sculpture critiques online privacy

Both stylish and provocative, x.pose is a "wearable data-driven sculpture" that makes us think twice about how much we reveal about ourselves online. The work is Xuedi Chen's ITP Thesis 2014, but is made in collaboration with interaction designer and programmer, Pedro Oliveira.…See More
Jun 13
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Wearable sculpture critiques online privacy

Both stylish and provocative, x.pose is a "wearable data-driven sculpture" that makes us think twice about how much we reveal about ourselves online. The work is Xuedi Chen's ITP Thesis 2014, but is made in collaboration with interaction designer and programmer, Pedro Oliveira.…See More
Jun 13

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Making the digital physical. Embedding computation in textile. Trying to keep the magic smoke inside the components.

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Textile Prints Made With Cabbage Dye and Electricity

Cindy Strobach uses red cabbage dye and electrical household appliances to create fascinating colorful printed textiles.  She created the work for her Final Show project at London's Royal College of Art.…

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Posted on June 26, 2014 at 9:13am — 5 Comments

Wearable sculpture critiques online privacy

Both stylish and provocative, x.pose is a "wearable data-driven sculpture" that makes us think twice about how much we reveal about ourselves online. The work is Xuedi Chen's ITP Thesis 2014, but is made in collaboration with interaction designer and programmer, Pedro Oliveira.…

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Posted on June 13, 2014 at 2:30pm

Space: What to wear?

In a news release last week on their blog, NASA announced the ForceShoe, designed by XSENS, a 3D motion tracking company. The shoe finely tracks pressure both in gravity and zero-gravity environments in order to analyze astronauts' performance during weight-bearing exercises.  Let's take a look:…

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Posted on June 7, 2014 at 1:30pm

Eroded Morphologies Workshop in Jordan

If you've been reading this blog for the last few months, you'll have seen some really promising 3D printing projects, including the beautiful work of Julia Koerner. Inspired? You now have the chance to immerse yourself in a programme focused on these…

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Posted on May 5, 2014 at 11:30am

Eroded Morphologies Workshop in Jordan

If you've been reading this blog for the last few months, you'll have seen some really promising 3D printing projects, including the beautiful work of Julia Koerner. Inspired? You now have the chance to immerse yourself in a programme focused on these…

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Posted on May 5, 2014 at 11:30am

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