SymbiosisO is a collection of textile interfaces. The
form, function, and aesthetics are designed to mimic
the multi-layered structures of living organisms.
Project website: http://www.symbiosiso.com/
Photo by Anu Vahtra
Centre for Biorobotics, Estonia | K2rt@piafraus.com
Tisch School of the Arts / ITP | firstname.lastname@example.org
national conference held at the University of Borås focusing on the intersection and interfaces between technology,
art, and design as expressed in digital architecture, interaction design, new media art, and smart textiles.
iForm When participants with iPhones move through the landscape, the movement generates from GPS data stereo-lithographic sculpture produced from a per- formative sculpture. Through a process of transcod- ing, iForm explores the construction and perception of time-based events as a means of examining the ability of a static object to encapsulate temporal- spatial information. iForm aims to question our elationship with physical objects by proposing a modality for representation in which the linear codex of time-based perception is challenged. The project uses the iPhone app Comob that was developed in a joint research project between the Edinburgh College of Art, the University of Edinburgh, and the University of Lancaster.
Project website: http://www.idot.net.nz
AUT University | email@example.com
Nico Refiti | firstname.lastname@example.org
January + February 2012