Soo…you remember the glitch character I posted a while ago?

I had the chance to use him for a Digimon themed novel roleplay and what can I say? The character happily copies files from digivices to finally have a working body that is not exploding in glitches all the time. Here a Renamon version.



16-step Arduino synthesizer, 3D printed models, Glitched Image, Webcam, and Processing Visuals

I was inspired by Duchamp’s art boxes full of small ready-mades and prints. I wanted to create a similar object within the realm of New Genre art. 

I am also interested in Wunderkammern and attempting to create poor facsimiles of existing technology (e.g. a macbook). Filmed in the Whitman College Book Arts Studio. 


Using Muscle Sensor V3 from Advancer Technologies to control InMoov arm

Código de Arduino en github:…

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Hi! I was looking for some good tutorials, I have no experience in Arduino/EE, but I do know quite a bit of Programming.I’m fine with either video/text, but I’d prefer something that actually shows me through images/video, even if it’s text.Where should I start looking? On YouTube I found a few things, my favorite (RELATIVELY, definitely.) being Jeremy Blum so far. via /r/arduino

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Memory Bank, 2015.
Paper, Arduino, Thermal Printer.

Workers on Amazon’s Mechanical Turk were paid 10 cents to share a range of personally significant memories with the artist. The memories were recorded and replayed, slowly accumulating into a tangled pile before viewers.

I’m up late finishing an essay, here’s one of the most recent pieces I worked on before the latest. There were some really beautiful responses in the 1000 or so I collected, I might see if I can dig them out.


Many tools have been developed to give computers better ways to understand people – via analysis of facial expressions, written language, speech, and internet activity – allowing for the prediction of intent and future action. How do the resulting digital ontologies and software representation express, mutate, or influence qualities of human experience? Is there a tension between the hypothetical outcomes of these tools and their practical, quotidian applications? Semantic networks are one such tool. This installation co-opts the topology of a semantic network called the ConceptNet to act as a metaphor for the particular outcome of commodification – via an aggressive, real-time, recursive depth-first graph search of the API.

tutorial I’m following:[1] Schematic from the tutorial: [2]Datasheet to the Sparkfun 8x8 matrix that I’m using:[3]Sparkfun link to the actual matrix:[4]Another thing that’s confusing me is in the comments section of the sparkfun LED matrix people are saying the pinout is this: [5]When the data sheet is completely different.I feel like im being pulled a couple different ways and getting a little confused. Any help is greatly appreciated. via /r/arduino

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Arduino Home Automation Development Board Unveiled By GarageLab (video)

Arduino Home Automation Development Board Unveiled By GarageLab (video) The Automation Board has been created to provide an easy way to use the Arduino IDE to implement home automation and includes additional features such as relay triggering, WiFi, sensoring, internet connection as well as RS-485 communication. Read more on Geeky Gadgets