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by Pearl Tesler • August 3, 2010
Researchers at Caltech have discovered a new species of synesthesia: an auditory illusion induced by a moving image.
by luigi • July 30, 2010
by luigi • July 29, 2010
by Ryan • July 28, 2010
by Ryoko • July 26, 2010
"Hikari no Hako" is composed of basic materials: a card board, mylar, tracing paper, and plexiglass.
by Ryan • July 21, 2010
by Ryan • July 20, 2010
by luigi • July 16, 2010
by Ryan • July 15, 2010
by Mary Miller • July 4, 2010
San Jose International Airport's new eCloud is an interactive art piece that uses weather data from all over the world to create a changing display made of glass squares suspended from the ceiling.
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