Carlo Bernardini

Awesome laser installations created by artist Carlo Bernardini from Milano. Love it. Nuff said. (…)


Colour by Numbers

Colour by Numbers is a permanent light installation in the tower at Telefonplan in Stockholm, Sweden. Everyone can change the colours in the tower with their mobile phone, just like with a remote control. The project is a collaboration between the architect Milo Lavén, the artist Erik Krikortz and the interaction designer Loove Broms. (…)

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Augmented Shadow

Augmented Shadow, by Joon Moon, 2010. used openframeworks. It’s a tabletop interface on where artificial shadows of tangible objects displayed. You can play with the shadows lying on the boundary between the real, virtual, and fantasy.” (…)


I’m not an artist

I Am Not An Artist is the latest project by Matthew Cooper and the unstoppable Johnny Kelly. Starting out with 56 animated gifs the project aims to grow and become a creative platform for us who enjoy these animations. And seriously, who doesn’t? WHO!? (…)


Philip Arvidson

This is Swedish interactive art director Philip Arvidson, a beloved follower of Svärta. Neat and clean work! (…)


Daniel Rozin

Daniel Rozin is an artist, educator and developer, working in the area of interactive digital art. As an interactive artist Rozin creates installations and sculptures that have the unique ability to change and respond to the presence and point of view of the viewer. (…)

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subcycle labs

“subcycle labs is the creative work of christian bannister a musician, designer and developer located in portland, oregon.” (…)

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Because clicking is so 90′s!

Andreas Lutz has made this awesome AR website offering the user to take full control over the experience, without using the mouse/trackpad or the keyboard. (…)


Mood your music

Everywhere we turn these days AR (Augmented Reality) applications really is the thing. If you have an iPhone (which we actually presume some of you do) we just wanted give a heads up on one (or two) apps. (…)



A lot has been said about the new visual search engine Spezify. Now they seem to have come a bit further in their development. (…)