Hirngespinster (Fantasies) – Motion Book

Hirngespinster is a concept book design by Tristan Hohne which allows readers to interact and view the thoughts of the books characters. The book sits on a large screen which projects visuals behind it. (via PSFK)


Shot by Robert

Robert Overweg takes photos, but not just any photos. He chronicles the views and spaces of virtual worlds as an extension of public spaces in contemporary society.


Reactable Live!

Reactable seeks to revolutionise computer-human interaction by developing interactive technologies and entertainment products with a focus on music production. The Reactable Live! project is an implementation of sound, shape and multi-touch which creates and entirely new way to produce music. This really has to be seen to be fully appreciated!


Lo Res Project

The Lo Res Project by United Nude aims to create new design variations from objects by running a simplifying software algorithm on the original shapes. There are some very interesting outcomes to this experimentation, which includes a Lamborghini!



French art collective PlusMoins are a group of Musicians, designers, photographers, video artists and programmers who collaborate to create improvised experiences using technology.


The Mixtape Club

“A good compilation tape, like breaking up, is hard to do. You’ve got to kick off with a corker, to hold the attention and then you’ve got to up it a notch, or cool it a notch, and you can’t have white music and black music together, unless the white music sounds like black music, and you can’t have two tracks by the same artist side by side, unless you’ve done the whole thing in pairs and… oh, there are loads of rules.”

Creating a great mixtape is definitely an artform. The Mixtape Club presents 10 people, 10 tracks and 10 album covers. Go discover some new tunes.


Every day the same dream

Every day the same dream is an existential game which explores alienation and the monotony of today’s business culture. Created by indie game revolutionaries La Molleindustria the game’s protagonist demonstrates a bleak view of an unfulfilling work life.



The demoscene has been around since the dawn of computers. This underground computer subculture shows what can be done using skilled programming, a keen eye for visuals and an ear for music. Since demos must run in real-time on the computers they are programmed for they often push the limits of what can be done with the hardware. Demoscene.tv showcases demos from a variety of different groups, on a variety of platforms. You can also read more about the demoscene on Wikipedia, or check out the FAQ.

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