Posts Tagged: technology

NodeBeat, openFrameworks and Android

Last month we (Seth Sandler and yours truly) released the Android port of the popular iPhone/iPad music application NodeBeat. NodeBeat was created by Seth Sandler and Justin Windle earlier this year and released in April for the iOS platform. It [...]

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An introduction to emulation

In the early 90s I primarly used my Commodore 64 (C64) for gaming. As Santa never gave us a Nintendo, I probably used my C64 until the late 90s. At that point I was introduced to the concept of emulators. [...]

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Earth Friends, a social network visualization

Last week I blogged about a new project I was working on. For the past few days I went through the code again and decided to clean it up a bit for the release. It is pretty much completed now, [...]

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Where are you?

Last weekend I’ve been working on a new project. Since I already had some experience  generating KML files for use with Google Earth (wikileaks projects!) I started to think of something else that I could visualize… perhaps see where my friends are? [...]

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Wikileaks mirror spread

In my previous post I presented a visualization of the Wikileaks mirrors spread of December 8th. While it is interesting to see the spread of a certain day, it is even more interesting to see how the spread is evolving [...]

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Visualizing Wikileaks mirrors

For the past few weeks, Wikileaks has drawn a lot of attention from the media. Mostly because of the Cablegate. Whether Julian Assange should be considered as a Hero (by publishing information) or Terrorist is an open question. Because of threats [...]

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Research projects

Since my graduation back in 2008, I have been working on different research projects at universities. Some of them got published, others never left the ‘prototype’ stage. Recently I started to organize the footage I made and collected over the [...]

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Rear illumination and surface computing

Last week Microsoft presented their implementation of a multi-touch screen. They decided to create it in the shape of a coffee table. Examples of applications can be found in the following video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-9j_tYP-kzc More movies are available on the official [...]

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