studies in architectural narratives and digital design / secuencia de talleres de arquitecturas y narrativas digitales

"It's a piece that I've heard a lot since I was a kid....People always bring different levels of expression to it. People play to different tempos and they add a lot of dynamics, or less dynamics. But what I wanted to let the computer do was just kind of to play in a really neutral way, because what I really wanted to express was how much emotion and intensity is just in the data of the notes themselves. I think that's really where the beauty of the piece at its core is."

Visualizing Bach: Alexander Chen’s Impossible Harp

Gjon Mili visited Pablo Picasso in the South of France in 1949. "Picasso" LIFE magazine reported at the time, "gave Mili 15 minutes to try one experiment. He was so fascinated by the result that he posed for five sessions, projecting 30 drawings of centaurs, bulls, Greek profiles and his signature. This series of photographs, known ever since as Picasso's "light drawings," were made with a small electric light in a darkened room; many of them were also put on display in early 1950 in a show at New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Video showcasing OMA's proposal for the new Lucas Cultural Arts Museum in Chicago. Directed and produced by the Foundry.

The Apple Park Visitor Center in Cupertino, California features an augmented reality app for iPad to explore the site.

Artists Adrien M. and Claire B. producers of the high tech dance performances Pixel and Hakunai, created an app for their art book La Neige n'a pas de Sens. It's a mixed reality program that can recognize certain images and overlay them with moving 3D visuals. They are now escaping the pages of La Neige n'a pas de Sens and teaching the program to interact with new kinds of images. 

dynamic knowledge representation/classification/combinatory matrix/map