Gorka Cortázar

Gorka Cortázar

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Madrid / Programmer and digital artist, saving the world one byte at a time
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What an amazing project, teaching programming concepts with tangible objects

What an amazing project, teaching programming concepts with tangible objects

Wordcollider – Colliding phrases and signing letters with phonetics

Created by Moritz Heller, Wordcollider was inspired by visualizations of particle collisions at LHC CERN.

The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts by Stefan Schwabe

The Kernels of Chimaera – Living Artefacts by Stefan Schwabe DI RCA 2012

“The Infinite Music Machine” for iPad

“The Infinite Music Machine” for iPad – Zone out and drift away…

Neri Oxman and Mediated Matter at the MIT Media Lab

Architect and designer Neri Oxman is assistant professor of media arts and sciences at the MIT Media Lab, where she directs the Mediated Matter research group

The Ballad of the Psychotropic Robots – Eddie Lee

From a distant intergalactic space-station, the cosmic androids transmit to you uncompressed psychotropic audio-visual technology.

Point Cloud by James Leng. Weather Reactive Sculpture.

Created by James Leng, Point Cloud is an attempt to re-imagine our daily interaction with weather data. Even with the modern scientific and technological

Synchronous Dissections - Workshop by Kruysman-Proto.

This 5 day workshop couples synchronous robotics with advanced animation techniques, exploring new analytical and representational possibilities. The task was to…

SketchSynth by Billy Keyes. A drawable OSC control panel.

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Hartverdrahtet by Akronyme Analogiker...    I am always amazed by the demoscene. This videos is generated by a piece of software that is only 4kb.

Hartverdrahtet by Akronyme Analogiker is a three minute long audio-visual trip into a procedural fractalverse, compressed into a minuscule piece of software.