Who wants to be a Self-Driving car? on Creative Applications
We're looking back at exciting times developing “Who wants to be a Self-Driving car”, a data trust exercise, immersive media experience, interactive prototype and unconventional driving machine that lets you see the world through the eyes of an autonomous car.
You're invited to our reception at the MESO hq! There will be green snacks by Carina, our brand new (ca. 1977) MAGIC FRUIT PUNCH MACHINE dishes out the drinks and we're telling all the devices in the computer museum to spread a positive vibe (via RS232 that is).
Firmenkontakttag Wiesbaden – come by, say hi!
We're getting ready to meet the pro's of tomorrow at Hochschule RheinMain this wednesday. We are on the look out for software developers, designers, project managers and interns!
Brendan Howell drops in for a visit
After doing a CITYDIDACTICS workshop in Offenbach, Brendan Howell and his students visited us. Brendan is an artist and reluctant engineer teaching "Digital Communication" at Hochschule für Bildende Künste Braunschweig.
The empty containers of magic smoke in our Vintage Apple ][ and Apple Lisa Computers. Luckily the new capacitors are just a click away.
Visiting Tatcraft Makerspace
Today we visited Tatcraft in their open factory space and talked about hardware, big dreams, upcoming projects and synergies.
We're already looking forward to their maker space opening this June- save the date and keep your eyes and ears peeled for this one!
Design meets Philosophy at MAK
We're excited to take part in “Design meets Philosophy” at Museum für angewandte Kunst Frankfurt, on March 24th. Cultural Historian Martin Burckhardt, Psychologist Ursula Hess and MESO partner Sebastian Oschatz will share perspectives on the topic of Artificial Empathy.
Clearly the most negative device in the entire MESO basement.
I can still count the number of microprocessors I carry around with me every day. But I can not count the the microprocessors they communicate with.
Of course technology is driving us. However, it is more about transformation, although it is not always clear which part we must transform. Sometimes we have to transform ourselves, sometimes the initial idea.
We developed a center-mounted rotary disc that controls nine overlapping projectors blending an encyclopedic collage of photographs, record covers, sketches, and graphics for Ata Macias. The exhibition is opening at museum für angewandte kunst on September 13th.