Better Living Through Technology: Dispatches from the Connect Ability Hackathon
Stenospeak allows people with or without the ability to speak to participate in realtime communication at conversational speeds.
Stenospeak prototype, courtesy of Stanley Sakai
Would You Trade Your Data for a Chocolate Chip Cookie?
At first glance the DataCafe looks like it might be yet another clever startup’s ploy to get our data.
DataCafe reading materials, courtesy of the artists (Henry Lam, Sophia Callahan, Chris Fussner, and Noah Emrich)
Immerse Yourself in a 3D Cloud of Creative Coding Culture
Interview subjects appear as ethereal digital creatures that you can navigate around within a virtual space.
Twitter Visualization by Surya Mattu and Jonathan Minard
The Secret Ingredient for Better Games? Make People Dance
Adriaan de Jongh is on a mission to transform traditional game mechanics.
Members of the Junior Dutch National Ballet perform a dance with Bounden, image courtesy of Adriaan de Jongh
Play the Award-Winning Video Game Preserving Alaska Native Folklore
Never Alone, also known as Kisima Inŋitchuŋa, is packed full of nuggets of Iñupiat lore.
Nuna takes on the storm in Never Alone, image courtesy of E-Line Media
Introducing: Soundwall, an Audiovisual Experience You Can Touch
An atmospheric beat begins to boom directly from the surface of one of Bisco Smith’s black-and-white pieces.
Bisco Smith hard at work at 65 Reade St. Photos by Michael Vidoli, courtesy of Soundwall