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November 7, 2019 — Welcome to the first issue of the Creative Technology newsletter, which you signed up for at endquote.com, or you got signed up for because you've been in touch with Josh Santangelo recently. This issue features three different projects that use robot arms, which is pure coincidence and not a marketing tie-in to the new Terminator movie.
An interactive light installation illustrates connections across the US/Mexico border in dramatic style
WHITEVOID brings a constellation of kinetic triangular displays to a Beijing performance
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A subtle, reactive lighting installation in an SF office lobby
A data-driven, user-generated, five-story artwork in Warsaw
A dance of robotic arms, lights and images in Rome
Pull separate vocal and instrumental tracks from finished songs for remixing
The popular visuals package delivers more realistic graphics
Lightform's easy-to-use projection mapping tools get an upgrade, now combining the camera, projector, and compute into a single unit
The Lumen Prize for Art and Technology recognizes Refik Anadol, Sougwen Chung, Maja Petric, and more
Vanessa Chang discusses the role of unseen intelligence in art, from player pianos to current fads