Archive for the ‘movie’ tag
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How to fetch an artwork (item) from Berlin (city A) to Essen (city B) as fast as possible for no costs.
A million thanks to my studio colleague Holger who made this transaction possible!
Produced by Andreas during ‘How to DIY‘ workshop week.
Hehe, nice one by David Helbich! Hey David, I am waiting for “blown away” ;-)
(Since this fun clip was posted by David originally on Facebook I had to grab and upload it to YT to share it with you. Facebook is much more a closed system than it seams like. Don’t waste your content there.)
I know that there are tons of youtube music re-edits/sample/collabo clips out there but this guy Kutiman www.thru-you.com (nice Youtube rippoff pagedesign) is really unglaublich!! The funk piece is insaine and “Just a lady” made me cry. It could go to top 10 like that. And don’t forget to check the credits to listen to the original seperate takes!
Good by music industry! Game over!
Beautiful video piece by Stefan Panhans. I remember to have seen it at Transmediale 2006. But you have to understand german to get the point though. (The ad by sevenload sucks btw. I wouldn’t like to see my work in that context …)
“Sieben bis zehn Millionen” 2005
Nice one on social web. Thx to Florian for the link!
There has been a great new Firefox addon released. Pirates of the Amazon! Nice one;-)
Congrats to Long John S.!
A new piece by Pablo Valbuena. This is a new and much better dimension to the media facade discussion. Very nice! Good job Pablo, see you around.
Check the video!
Hey Evan and James, if you guys were just using copyright and patents…. ;-)
I was not allowed to embed this nice video but fortunately I know how to write in hyper text markup language. When you click with your mouse pointer at the following uniform resource locator adress starting with hypertext transfer protocol your web browser (A web browser is a software application which enables a user to display and interact with text, images, videos, music and other information typically located on a Web page at a website on the World Wide Web or a local area network.) will hyperlink you automatically to the movie. Isn’t that great? (Next time I ll explain what YouTube is.)
Sorry for waisting your time. ;-)
And again a commercial in computer game adaption style. Hmm… Although I’ve never seen a first person soccer game on PC or console so far. Had anyone every tried to write a first person soccer game? I am not so much into sports games but a networked first person soccer with a Wii-mote on your foot should be fun. ;-)
Another fake on the realism topic. :-)
Some more pics on trendbeheer.com through comments by kolonel. Thx!
by Matthias Einhoff, Philip Horst, Markus Lohmann, Harry Sachs, Daniel Seiple
Another car piece by the artist group SUPERFLEX.
I like their works a lot. The Burning Car is quite symbolic for rising the oil price and the hungry 3rd world. And it fits very well to Berlin. Since some years a group of left radical burn cars in the street regularly.
A beautiful project by Olaf Val. Climbing on a screen while depending on the changing pixels is a very physical way of interacting with the digital space. I like Olafs work a lot. He has a nice series of screen pieces and is quite involved in physical computing (arduino workshops) and more. Thanks for the invitation to Kassel, Olaf! See you around!
Full documentation of Digigripper PDF.
“A human sized 5 x 7 dot-matrix display becomes a climbing wall. The individual display dots protrude from the wall and thus form steps and handles to allow the climber to hold on to the display. However, if one uses an unilluminated dot, this dot will cave in, causing the climber to slip and to tumble to the ground. Prior to climbing the display one has to memorise a continuous series of letters, as this is the only way to change the dots one is holding on to in time for the next change of letters. In doing so one can key into a terminal a short sentence. Whoever manages to hold onto the display the longest is the winner. The longer one holds on to the display the quicker the change of letters.”
Yesterday I went to see the 8.1 Pechakucha Berlin at this year DMY organised by my good friend Joachim and Iepe (famous for chess boxing in DE). I enjoyed an excellent list of 20:20 talks. Best I did like the live presentation of Oskar Zieta. Hilarious! Two welded metal plates blown up to a chair. I like that a lot. Just think of all the possibilities.