1. Bristol board
2. Thick paper board
3. White glue stick
4. Double-sided tape
5. Elmer’s white glue
6. Copper tape
7. Cell batteries and battery holders
8. Conductive fabric
9. Conductive Ink
10. Printed vector illustrations
My attempt is using LittleBits CloudBit. The idea is to sync my emotion with the monkfish so that I can catch smaller fish. Fading in and out is controlled by cloud application.
by Xiaofeng Lin
I combined two scenes from Modern Times: the assembly line and the “smile” scene at the end. The goal is to lay my own perspective of the simple “Smile.” silent script over the life of the man and woman as if they live on the mechanic, industrial, and forced assembly line at the time.
Final Illustration w/ circuit:
1. Ruler with a metal chip, copper, and magnet. 2. Conductive Ink.
Takashi Aoki’s installation Bloom Skin is a computer-controlled kinetic installation for the window display of ELTTOB TEP ISSEY MIYAKE. The installation took place for promotion of their newly adopted fabric called Organdie, a super light and thin cloth. A custom software in openFrameworks to control the wind movement with multiple fans via DMX protocol. The work is a simulation of a natural form, one that is fluid and smooth. This in a way shatters the fact that the flow is controlled by a computer program.