MyEDOL


My Eclectic Depiction Of Life

by Jimmy P. Hopton

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This blog is run by Jimmy, a 24 year old Interactive Design graduate who's currently searching for a purpose in life.

Occasionally you may see some of my own work, but the majority of the time I use this blog to share work created by other people who inspire me.


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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo
These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | Behance | Tumblr | [via: The Creators Project]
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Daily Contaminations by Luca Di Filippo

These wonderful little electronic insects are made from electrical components that had been casually discarded. The series is aimed to hint at the fact we leave digital traces where ever we go, from surfing the web, to old phones and trashed gadgets. These little creatures scavenge on our trail and roam our homes looking for information about our habits and lives.

Artists: | Website | Twitter | BehanceTumblr | [via: The Creators Project]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

Must Watch:
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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

Must Watch:
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IRIS by Hybe
Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

Must Watch:
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IRIS by Hybe

Utilising a hacked Xbox Kinect and a custom Arduino board this magnificent matrix of transparent LCD screens displays both wonderfully intricate moving patterns as well as mirroring peoples bodies and emulating their actions. A video is embedded below to demonstrate just how awe inspiring this work truly is.

Artists: | Website | Youtube | [via: Visual News]

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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal] 

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.
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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal] 

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.
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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal] 

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.
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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal] 

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.
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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau
I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.
This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal] 

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.
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Water Light Graffiti by Antonin Fourneau

I try to refrain from posting content that I’ve seen on Colossal because it seems to be the main source for many people on tumblr. However, when Chris posts something to do with Interactive Design I really can’t help myself, this is just outstanding.

This wall is created out of thousands of LED’s that are illuminated when they come in contact with water. It means you can effectively turn a water pistol in to a spray can, or even just wet your fingertips and draw with your hands. The overall effect is wonderful and I’d love to see this in person.

Artists: | Website | Facebook | Website | [via: Colossal

Must Watch:

…simply stunning.

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Light Form by Mathieu Rivier
After posting Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann just a few days ago, ECAL University of Art and Design have put another students work on their vimeo page. Once again it’s an amazing piece of work and is something I wish I could produce myself, as I’m left staring in awe.
Light Form is an interactive landscape created out of heat-welded semi-translucent plastic which allows the projection, and detection of fingers touching it’s surface, from inside the plinth. This enables users to move and manipulate the shapes projected on the faceted surface.
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Light Form by Mathieu Rivier
After posting Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann just a few days ago, ECAL University of Art and Design have put another students work on their vimeo page. Once again it’s an amazing piece of work and is something I wish I could produce myself, as I’m left staring in awe.
Light Form is an interactive landscape created out of heat-welded semi-translucent plastic which allows the projection, and detection of fingers touching it’s surface, from inside the plinth. This enables users to move and manipulate the shapes projected on the faceted surface.
Watch:
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Light Form by Mathieu Rivier
After posting Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann just a few days ago, ECAL University of Art and Design have put another students work on their vimeo page. Once again it’s an amazing piece of work and is something I wish I could produce myself, as I’m left staring in awe.
Light Form is an interactive landscape created out of heat-welded semi-translucent plastic which allows the projection, and detection of fingers touching it’s surface, from inside the plinth. This enables users to move and manipulate the shapes projected on the faceted surface.
Watch:
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Light Form by Mathieu Rivier

After posting Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann just a few days ago, ECAL University of Art and Design have put another students work on their vimeo page. Once again it’s an amazing piece of work and is something I wish I could produce myself, as I’m left staring in awe.

Light Form is an interactive landscape created out of heat-welded semi-translucent plastic which allows the projection, and detection of fingers touching it’s surface, from inside the plinth. This enables users to move and manipulate the shapes projected on the faceted surface.

Watch:

(Source: mathieurivier.ch)

Duality by Moment Factory
I first became aware of Moment Factory through their Interactive Music Wall which I saw a few months ago. Their latest project is part of the growing trend of 3D architectural mapping, which I see more and more, yet still never get tired of it. This particular piece was displayed in Atlantic City on the 4th of July. Utilising 12 HD projectors, 65 RGB standing lights, and 14 surround sound speakers, Moment Factory build a fantastically immersive experience that trumps any fireworks display I’ve ever seen in my life.  
Must Watch:

…no, seriously watch it
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Duality by Moment Factory
I first became aware of Moment Factory through their Interactive Music Wall which I saw a few months ago. Their latest project is part of the growing trend of 3D architectural mapping, which I see more and more, yet still never get tired of it. This particular piece was displayed in Atlantic City on the 4th of July. Utilising 12 HD projectors, 65 RGB standing lights, and 14 surround sound speakers, Moment Factory build a fantastically immersive experience that trumps any fireworks display I’ve ever seen in my life.  
Must Watch:

…no, seriously watch it
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Duality by Moment Factory
I first became aware of Moment Factory through their Interactive Music Wall which I saw a few months ago. Their latest project is part of the growing trend of 3D architectural mapping, which I see more and more, yet still never get tired of it. This particular piece was displayed in Atlantic City on the 4th of July. Utilising 12 HD projectors, 65 RGB standing lights, and 14 surround sound speakers, Moment Factory build a fantastically immersive experience that trumps any fireworks display I’ve ever seen in my life.  
Must Watch:

…no, seriously watch it
Zoom Info
Duality by Moment Factory
I first became aware of Moment Factory through their Interactive Music Wall which I saw a few months ago. Their latest project is part of the growing trend of 3D architectural mapping, which I see more and more, yet still never get tired of it. This particular piece was displayed in Atlantic City on the 4th of July. Utilising 12 HD projectors, 65 RGB standing lights, and 14 surround sound speakers, Moment Factory build a fantastically immersive experience that trumps any fireworks display I’ve ever seen in my life.  
Must Watch:

…no, seriously watch it
Zoom Info

Duality by Moment Factory

I first became aware of Moment Factory through their Interactive Music Wall which I saw a few months ago. Their latest project is part of the growing trend of 3D architectural mapping, which I see more and more, yet still never get tired of it. This particular piece was displayed in Atlantic City on the 4th of July. Utilising 12 HD projectors, 65 RGB standing lights, and 14 surround sound speakers, Moment Factory build a fantastically immersive experience that trumps any fireworks display I’ve ever seen in my life.  

Must Watch:

…no, seriously watch it

(Source: designboom.com)

Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann
These music boxes are specifically designed to interact with iPads to create a variety of animations and melodies. Each music box reacts in a different way with the tablet to reveal it’s own universe where the visuals and sounds are controlled by the rotation of the crank. This is a beautifully designed concept which merges both the physical and digital world together, and you watch their interactions play out before your eyes. This is the type of product that makes me want to purchase an iPad.
Must Watch:
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Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann
These music boxes are specifically designed to interact with iPads to create a variety of animations and melodies. Each music box reacts in a different way with the tablet to reveal it’s own universe where the visuals and sounds are controlled by the rotation of the crank. This is a beautifully designed concept which merges both the physical and digital world together, and you watch their interactions play out before your eyes. This is the type of product that makes me want to purchase an iPad.
Must Watch:
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Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann
These music boxes are specifically designed to interact with iPads to create a variety of animations and melodies. Each music box reacts in a different way with the tablet to reveal it’s own universe where the visuals and sounds are controlled by the rotation of the crank. This is a beautifully designed concept which merges both the physical and digital world together, and you watch their interactions play out before your eyes. This is the type of product that makes me want to purchase an iPad.
Must Watch:
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Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann
These music boxes are specifically designed to interact with iPads to create a variety of animations and melodies. Each music box reacts in a different way with the tablet to reveal it’s own universe where the visuals and sounds are controlled by the rotation of the crank. This is a beautifully designed concept which merges both the physical and digital world together, and you watch their interactions play out before your eyes. This is the type of product that makes me want to purchase an iPad.
Must Watch:
Zoom Info

Little Boxes by Joelle Aeschlimann

These music boxes are specifically designed to interact with iPads to create a variety of animations and melodies. Each music box reacts in a different way with the tablet to reveal it’s own universe where the visuals and sounds are controlled by the rotation of the crank. This is a beautifully designed concept which merges both the physical and digital world together, and you watch their interactions play out before your eyes. This is the type of product that makes me want to purchase an iPad.

Must Watch:

(Source: designboom.com)

Noisy Typer is a fun little piece of free software that plays typewriter sounds as you type on your Mac, and I’ve been using it for a while and it makes me actually enjoy typing a little more.

I wish I had this when I was writing my dissertation, because I find the sounds of a typewriter oddly relaxing and soothing.

Unfortunately this software only runs on OS X, but if you are running that operating system you can download it from HERE

Noisy Typer by Theo Watson


NOTE: to quit the app type “qaz123” ( that is a lowercase Q not G ). You can also quit it by running Activity Monitor and quitting the Noisy Typer process

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O (Omicron) by Romain Tardy & Thomas Vaquié

I first became aware of the collective AntiVJ after I saw this piece of work a few years ago. This new permanent installation is even better and like the previous, it was created using projectors which are situated all around the dome to create a deeply immersive experience.

Watch the making of:

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