FOOD Facility Amsterdam

Sunday, 13th of November, 2005 @ 7:29am

A restaurant with more that 9 Kitchens
check details at http://www.foodfacility.org
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Martí Guixé

PSP optional for cinema nostalgics

Sunday, 13th of November, 2005 @ 7:19am

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Martí Guixé

PSP video art screening optionals

Sunday, 13th of November, 2005 @ 7:15am

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Martí Guixé

Friday, 11th of November, 2005 @ 10:12am

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While I am not yet sure what form my final project will take, I do have two ideas, images of both shown below. The first is how you explore the city/urban areas, how you can move between the virtual space and the real. This could be a sort of a game or a new kind of tourist map/guide. My ideas come from my fascination of the possibilities it gives to be a part of a never ending network, where you do not know the others in the network, you have something in common and together you can influence this network i.e. a game, a guide, an image of ongoing changes.
The second idea comes from the same fascination of how multiple players can, together in this network, create one image. I call it a ‘Mod Map’.  All of this information will together create one image telling the mood of one actual place, one city, one country, one continent. This image will change during the day with the changes in people’s mood. The outcome might not be an image, but could also be an object in the public space showing the changes. 

Julie Linke Bank

37. Landfill Alert!

Thursday, 10th of November, 2005 @ 8:24pm

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Every teabag in the US comes individually wrapped. Make mine a Double Bergamot Earl Grey.

Fibre

PSP mosquito repeller

Wednesday, 9th of November, 2005 @ 3:49pm

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Martí Guixé

TESTING/PROGRAMMING

Wednesday, 9th of November, 2005 @ 6:28am

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A majority of games are designed around real spaces; for example San Francisco Airport. PSP Structures could be site specific and allow Passionate game players to experience both virtual and real spaces in parallel.

Shona Kitchen

36. Rosie Lee

Wednesday, 9th of November, 2005 @ 6:18am

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A South London wall advertisment.

Vik

Fibre

Light Boxes

Tuesday, 8th of November, 2005 @ 7:18am

I was having a conversation with a friend of mine recently and we were talking about ideas that we had that never materialized. One of mine was using a light box as a way of presenting some of my photography. I was going to make my own lightboxes that will have been customized depending on the picture. We happened to be in the Tate Modern coming up on an esclator coming up from the turbine hall. Infront of us was the Jeff Wall exhibit which was all based on light boxes. So I will be exploring using a light box as well as the contact sheets.

below is my favorite from the show

link here to the exhibit

Jeremy Boxer

PSP PRO positions

Tuesday, 8th of November, 2005 @ 5:21am

Position 2 is made of 2 psp glued together, one reversed
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Martí Guixé

PSP Airport ticker Mc Job plug in

Tuesday, 8th of November, 2005 @ 5:12am

The PSP turns into a ticker displaying the name of the person who you are waiting for.
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Martí Guixé

35. Wallflower

Tuesday, 8th of November, 2005 @ 3:54am

imageDown the back streets of Bankside, a decaying Tudor Rose mural.

Dave B

Fibre

CORPORATE BRANDING - Nanotechnology in the shopping mall

Monday, 7th of November, 2005 @ 10:39pm

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Prototype packaging design

With the pill releasing trillions of microscopic robot machines into the bloodstream therefore negating the need for a physical PSP device, the corporate branding would revolve around the packaging design. Designed to stand upright for placement in the retail environment, the front screen would be dedicated to advertise the contents of the unit and also display animated instructions for the product.

With technology becoming micro-sized, products will still need to relate to the physical world or human scale. Hand-sized packaging gives a tactile and visual presence required in the physical retail environment.


Sami Khan

1ST BUILD FOR FOR SPEC

Monday, 7th of November, 2005 @ 2:56pm

1st BUILD TO SEE IF BIKE RIDES AS GOOD AS IT LOOKS.
EVERTHIN’ COOL!
NEXT THE BIKE HAS TO BE STRIPPED, SAND BLASTED AND POWDER PAINTED, THEN REBUILT.
AS YOU CAN SEE THE FRAME HAD BEEN DESIGNED IN THE SHAPE OF ANY EYE.

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Barrie K. Sharpe

34. Wallpaper Flowers

Monday, 7th of November, 2005 @ 2:13pm

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This is the wallpaper in the toilet on the top floor of our house in St Leonards. We’ll get round to redecorating at some stage…

Nathan

Fibre

DATA NATURE …

Monday, 7th of November, 2005 @ 3:37am

... the strange, and sometimes beautiful mix of the electronic and organic.

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Ben Hooker

CITY-LIMIT LIVING

Monday, 7th of November, 2005 @ 3:23am

From our many orbits of London, driving in and out of the city limits, we have become enthusiastic connoisseurs of the landscapes created where open country rubs up against pockets of suburbia and the city’s transport networks. In terms of scale, texture and animation, these places are unique. They contain unregulated tracts of land, put to eclectic use, which present intriguing vistas full of brutal thresholds. And although these are lonely places, removed from the city proper, they are populated (albeit transiently) by the thousands of people who daily speed through them in their vehicles. But what happens if you leave your vehicle? Outside our car – unshielded, un-power-assisted – exploring hard shoulders, climbing motorway embankments, standing under flight paths, we found ourselves exhilarated. It’s thrilling to be so out of scale with the massive shapes and high velocities of these frontier environments, to feel free of the city and yet reconnected to it in a way that is raw, visceral.

The turbulent, wreckage-strewn perimeter of the city demarcates more than just its physical edges. It also represents a transition in the landscape’s invisible characteristics: a change in its air chemistry, its temperature, and the density of its electromagnetic space of media channels and data networks. Approaching London, a dormant car radio will crackle into life as the city’s radio stations come within range – the pop and hiss of the patchy radio ‘landscape’ analogous to the fragmented texture of the visual landscape beyond the windscreen.

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Ben Hooker