Posts Tagged: 2004

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Visualizing conversation

Link 0. Visualizing conversation 0.1 Some thoughts Goodwin’s paper give me an insight of how our bodies work cooperatively during our communications, and how our gestures, postures and speeches affect the messages we want to convey. To visualize a conversation

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Visualizing conversation

Link 0. Visualizing conversation 0.1 Some thoughts Goodwin’s paper give me an insight of how our bodies work cooperatively during our communications, and how our gestures, postures and speeches affect the messages we want to convey. To visualize a conversation

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UT HelloWorld

Link The 2004 UT Austin team chose to design and build a biofilm that could perform distributed edge detection on a light-encoded image. In theory, each cell in a lawn of bacteria would update its state in response to light

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UT HelloWorld

Link The 2004 UT Austin team chose to design and build a biofilm that could perform distributed edge detection on a light-encoded image. In theory, each cell in a lawn of bacteria would update its state in response to light

Context in Critique (review of Emigre No.64, Rant)

Link by Dmitri Siegel A review of Emigre Number 64, the Rant issue, where upon its pages designers do just that. Siegel talks about the old Legibility Wars of the 1990s, how design is being produced, thought of and critiqued today and in

Context in Critique (review of Emigre No.64, Rant)

Link by Dmitri Siegel A review of Emigre Number 64, the Rant issue, where upon its pages designers do just that. Siegel talks about the old Legibility Wars of the 1990s, how design is being produced, thought of and critiqued today and in

The Designer as Producer

by Ellen Lupton Walter Benjamin’s ideas are explored (amongst other early 20th century avant-garde artists) in relation to the recent discussions around expanding the designer’s role from that of problem solver to one of author—and producer. The slogan ‘designer as author’

The Designer as Producer

by Ellen Lupton Walter Benjamin’s ideas are explored (amongst other early 20th century avant-garde artists) in relation to the recent discussions around expanding the designer’s role from that of problem solver to one of author—and producer. The slogan ‘designer as author’