Another metaphoric machine that does nothing—absolutely nothing—except switching itself off.
Project showcase by Roni Bandini
An interactive installation made out of LED candles that light up in the shape of the silhouette of the user.
Project showcase by Front404
Variety feelings collection
Project showcase by isadoramonteirom
Unlimited cosmic storming! Itty bitty living space.
Project showcase by TVMiller and Amanda
This is an autonomous Robot Arm that can play chess using image processing and machine vision.
Project showcase by Varun walimbe
Service designed for the Sapienza Museum of Classical Art. Its goal is to transform the visitor's experience into an interactive adventure.
Project showcase by Lorella Landi
I built an automated M&M launcher that finds your face, and shoots chocolate into your hands/mouth/cup!
Project showcase by HarrisonMcIntyre
What is the narrative of an artefact that destroys itself in the presence of the digital human?
Project showcase by Julian Hespenheide
* is an art installation, an armillary sphere apparatus rotating an apple in 360 degrees and four cameras are monitoring the apple.
Project showcase by noriyukiSuzuki
A chain reaction machine using micro:bit, Lego EV3, Arduino, Raspberry Pi, a light sensor, a color sensor, a moisture sensor, etc.
Project showcase by Mang Pandoy
What'd it be to interact with people using 'social media features' in real life? There's a wearable that explores exactly that!!!
Project showcase by tuangt
An Arduino-based programmable light suit for dancers.
Project showcase by BadBOY and Annlee Fores
Quo Vadis is an interactive boat in the inner garden of a retirement home for people with dementia.
Project showcase by basvanoerle
Read brain waves and prints poetry on a small screen as long as you are focused and concentrated.
The mycelium machine transmits binary data through a mycelium mesh in the Earth. It does this so by manipulating the pH levels.
Replacing the old and expensive mechanical system with the much reliable and cheap electrical system!
Project showcase by PuranSingh and PuranSingh
émile is a writing machine using the Baudot code – a binary 5-bit code, predecessor of ASCII and EBCDID.
Christmas lights controlled via the Internet by anybody.
Project showcase by tomek10861
‘Do humans dream of machines?’ represents a negative feedback loop between human and machine.
Project showcase by Jonghong Park
A night table with a weather station that displays the date and time.
Project showcase by Florian Siess
An Arduino-powered telegraph as an external keyboard.
Project showcase by Dylan Todtfeld
An infrastructural imaginary where an ore of granule particles (silica and iron) is written and read as a granular record.
Project showcase by Luiz Zanotello
Recreating old mosaic technique with lasers.
Project showcase by Team VOLNA
A device capable of frightening my sister and compatible with other members of the family.
Project showcase by Alexis Santiago Allende
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