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This Amazing Digital Clock Is Made Up of 288 Different Analog Clocks

This Amazing Digital Clock Is Made Up of 288 Different Analog Clocks

Using almost 300 interconnected analog clocks, Per Emanuelsson & Bastian Bischoff of Stockholm-based studio Humans Since 1982 have created a meter long display capable of showcasing customisable texts, patterns, graphics and of course, telling the time.

http://ditc.weaintplastic.com http://www.weaintplastic.com  Digging in the crates - The digging in record crates to find rare pieces of music that can be used for new productions, has long been a ritual of a scene within the music culture. Since the mid-20th Century it is called sampling, when digitized sound samples of existing musical works are edited, rearranged and used in modern music productions.  An interactive installation offers possibilities to explore sampling as a production…

http://ditc.weaintplastic.com http://www.weaintplastic.com Digging in the crates - The digging in record crates to find rare pieces of music that can be used for new productions, has long been a ritual of a scene within the music culture. Since the mid-20th Century it is called sampling, when digitized sound samples of existing musical works are edited, rearranged and used in modern music productions. An interactive installation offers possibilities to explore sampling as a production…

Compositing breakdown of random T&S shots...  |Music| Humming Chorus. Giacomo Puccini.  http://www.thirdseventh.com/

Compositing breakdown of random T&S shots... |Music| Humming Chorus. Giacomo Puccini. http://www.thirdseventh.com/

Interacción movil

Interacción movil

Bunjil's Wings by ENESS, a massive kinetic sculpture that takes the form of an eagle, is an immersive, multi-sensory experience currently on display as part of the First Peoples exhibition at Australia's Melbourne Museum. Opening Sept '13, up for 10 years.

Bunjil's Wings by ENESS, a massive kinetic sculpture that takes the form of an eagle, is an immersive, multi-sensory experience currently on display as part of the First Peoples exhibition at Australia's Melbourne Museum. Opening Sept '13, up for 10 years.

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