WiFi signal strength transformed into colors with an LED panel.
Embedded tracking technologies are monitoring people's health and performance, creating a free flow of information for analysis.
Forward-leaning projects that are helping us rethink the body’s physical relationship with digital technology.
Time-lapse photography of crystal growth and chemical reactions form the visuals for a new album.
Laser Forest is comprised of 150 rods which can be tapped and played.
The famous designer and recent partner Jessica Walsh explain why turning off the computer is still important for today's creatives.
The organization's team comes up with a project that encapsulate how humans effect the weather.the
Roboy is a "tendon driven" android that replicates the forces used by the human body to move its frame.
Moritz Simon Geist's creation has turned the famed Roland TR-808 in to an android drummer.
Visual artist Quayola has created an interactive installation to accompany a live viola solo.
A Kickstarter project wants to turn all the ad space in Times Square into a place for art works, one month out of every year.
A curriculum for the New York Public Library and the Children's Museum of Manhattan is being developed to teach kids science through the interactive elements in the singer's app album.
The Creators Project in Brooklyn, NY, last week demonstrated the power of subtle branding.
With the introductory warning “Alert! The tracks you about to here are made entirely using alarms!” one might expect Rajeev Basu's EEP EEP EEP EP to sound, well, alarming.