Looking Outwards 1

  1. Yoshi Sodeoka: GIF Compositions displayed in an online gallery.
    1. I really like this project, because I’m very interested in how different formats of digital art can be used in a gallery context. These GIFS have inspired me to switch from working with static images on the computer and try to make something that moves.

i.     http://www.todayandtomorrow.net/2013/04/08/13-compositions/

  1. Vax by Ellsworth Campell and Isaac Bromley
    1. This project is a network visualization game about how diseases are spread.

i.     I really love the concept of this game, because it’s a cool way to show people the effect that one infected person can have on those around them. That being said, it looks really really boring and grey. If I’m being honest, I would probably stop playing this game in less than a minute, no matter how educational.

ii.     http://flowingdata.com/2014/07/31/network-visualization-game-to-understand-how-a-disease-spreads/

  1. Noa Raviv: Impossible clothes
    1. This designer made a line of clothes utilizing 3D rendering and 3D printing. The interesting part to me about this line is that she used designs that would glitch the 3D rendering program she was using. However, this project was one that surprised me because I hadn’t thought about the utilization of 3D printing in the context of fashion. I think there’s some really cool stuff going on here, and that she just opened up a wide range of exploration for other fashion designers interested in exploring new technologies.


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