PSP plug ins

Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:24pm

A plugin allow to use the PSP as a safety lightimageimage

Martí Guixé


Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:23pm

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SO, WE HAVE MAN/MACHINE/PSP..... What about location. Site specific games. Structures which can move into extreme demanding locations. Real Experiences combined with virtual. Psp structures strategically positioned according to game type.

Shona Kitchen


Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:05pm

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The virtual world is a beautiful place.... but just not quite satisfying enough. Nothing beats the real brutal beauty in hard core functional machinery.
With the psp a direction which combines both is manifesting..................person/machine/psp

Shona Kitchen

PSP PRO Positions

Sunday, 6th of November, 2005 @ 5:03pm

The position 01 is made of 2 PSP glued together, in this way you play virtual and real in paralel.image

Martí Guixé


Friday, 4th of November, 2005 @ 11:25pm

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The concept of ‘freedom’ within gaming suggests the creation of alternate identities and the ability to immerse oneself in imaginary worlds. The convergence of technology necessitates the need to look beyond digital realms and how future devices will add functionality to the real world.

Current developmental trends in mobile technology suggest the future has finally arrived. But rather than the PSP brand becoming the ‘Swiss Army Knife’ of electronic devices, being a pocket device with all manner of peripherals and software add-ons combined for extended functionality beyond entertainment, reduce the technology to its simplest form.

With consumer electronics strapped to our bodies or always within an arms reach, the physical integration of mechanical and biological has always been theorised in Science Fiction. With NANO TECHNOLOGY, by sending particle components into the brain to augment the senses and integrate with full electronic functionality, physical consumer devices become obsolete.

With nano scale, technology becomes invisible to the naked eye,

All you need is a simple over the counter PILL.

Sami Khan

33. 501 Hudson NYC

Thursday, 3rd of November, 2005 @ 10:36pm


Corner deli with flower stand.



contact sheets

Thursday, 3rd of November, 2005 @ 3:33pm

Contact sheets are usually ways that you select what you will use from a roll of film. I am drawn to contact sheets in this increasingly digital world. As we move closer to a film-less society will contact sheets still serve the same purpose. I have also becomeinterested in the way that symbols are used in the marking of the contact sheets.

I have often thought that shooting something in order or recreating the order of a contact sheet can bring new meaning to the format.

Not sure which direction this will go.

Here are some examples i have found

Jeremy Boxer

PSP Chromo™

Thursday, 3rd of November, 2005 @ 6:38am

Been quietly busy progressing our PSP Chromo™ project ideas and have some working prototypes to see here. Still much work to do, but will be meeting with the PSP guys next week to trash out some software issues as well as get a handle on some hardware hook-ups. I’ve made some rather nice PSP wallpapers based on some of my Chromouflage™ designs.

William Rowe

before and after

Wednesday, 2nd of November, 2005 @ 10:14am


The PSP sucks you in; you forget time and place all of a sudden you are in undiscovered areas.
The map changes and new routes are created, you have to find a new way back or are you lost?image

Julie Linke Bank

32. Stay out of the black…

Wednesday, 2nd of November, 2005 @ 9:25am


...and into the red nothing in this game for two in a bed. Super, smashing, great.

Liz x


31. Dot Matrix Door Number

Wednesday, 2nd of November, 2005 @ 3:45am


401 Union Street’s Dot Matrix door number.



30. Dot Matrix DIY

Monday, 31st of October, 2005 @ 8:38am


Bang in the 155 nails (template provided, nails not provided) to create your ‘Thread Sculpture’ (thread not provided). © Copyright reserved 1975.




Monday, 31st of October, 2005 @ 5:22am


Steve Sharpe

29. Cheesy Type

Monday, 31st of October, 2005 @ 4:14am

imageFormaggio parmigiano typographico

Dave B