Last night I had a chance to attend a recent Boston Tech Poetics community group meeting. "Boston Tech Poetics" is merely the new name for the old Boston "Creative Coders" group, BTW -- a term that is for the most part on it's way out as anything but a clever marketing term for what we do in the interactive and emerging technologies space.
Fathom (Information Design) was gracious enough to sponsor us at their office on Cambridge St. We heard from two speakers, Savannah Niles of the MIT Media Lab about her "Glyph" project and associated research into expressive gifs from… Read more »
My friend Jared was posting about some amazing vicon motion tracking hardware a while back while they were setting up the performance for the Japanese musical group, "Perfume".
A colleague in the broader interactive community of mine posted this recently: QUMARION
Hi. I haven't posted in quite a while, but I thought I'd change that, and kick off the year by adding an entry to my blog. Consider it a "I'm still alive" post!
A lot has happened over this past year, but I won't go into it all. I'm going to focus on what's ahead rather than what's behind ... even though reflection is a great thing to do in private. Read more »