The Halo-like soldier up top and the suspension assembly beneath it--featuring stiff cross-members combined with flexible rubber wheels and even plastic springs--all came out of the same Connex RP machine, which can work two different materials simultaneously. Gerald Berberian of Objet Geometries runs their technology down:
(Note: The first word in "Objet Geometries" is pronounced "ob-jett" as in airplane, not "objay" as in objet d'art. Now you can correct someone at that holiday cocktail party filled with engineers.)
Also from the NYU's Interactive Technology Program spring show, a remarkable take on the venerable drum machine. Steven Litt has gone extra analog with his CrudBox, which drives hacked doorbell solenoids to bang on pieces of scrap material, creating a more organic sound than what...
The end-of-year show at NYU's Interactive Technology Program (ITP) is generally a mixed bag of art, design, and technological innovation, saturated with a sense of geeky wonder reminiscent of the coolest science fair ever. This years' was no exception.
Core77's survey of the 40+ student projects filling the Manhattan gallery was...
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