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Phoneblocks: recycling, reshaping, reusing the smartphone’s concept

One of the most annoying things about some smartphones (and other gadgets) is that they don’t have removable batteries. Or you can’t upgrade the memory. Or once the screen breaks, that’s it, game over. Or you have found another phone with, say, a camera that better suits your needs. You have to replace an otherwise perfectly cromulent gadget because one part failed to function as it should, or as you want it to.

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“Painteractive!”: il workshop di artigianato digitale del Latus Creativity Lab

Painteractive! è uno strumento multimediale interattivo per la pittura videografica e la generazione di ambienti sonori in tempo reale. Pennello e tavolozza diventano tools digitali che consentono di dipingere su qualunque tipo di supporto attraverso un’esperienza interattiva che include luce, suono e movimento.

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Arduino Due is finally out with more computing power

Arduino Due is finally out. Since yesterday 22 October 2012 when Massimo Banzi published an article on Arduino.cc. (which we report following) presenting the new version of the famous microcontroller used by thousands of artists and creatives around the world.

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Robot scans city’s traffic and paints it in Pollock’s style

When Jackson Pollock splattered paint on canvas, he was labeled a genius. His contribution to abstract expressionism was seemingly boundless in its scope, but Pollock followed strict rules of his own devising. From the colors he chose to the constant flourish of his wrist, Pollock worked within tacit parameters to create distilled expression.

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