Hellicar and Lewis and I were asked by Lexus to take EchoForms to their launch event in Paris.
I've been interested in large pixel displays for a while now. As part of EMFCamp2014, I decided to submit a proposal to the shiny projects part of the camp. I wanted to create a 30 x 30 RGB LED screen after working with another designer chap and link it to the Internet, letting the festival go-ers update it with images over the weekend.
Hello! I'm Benjamin Blundell and I formed this little company, sitting at the intersection of technology, science and the arts. I like to work with companies, universities, academics and other institutions who want to make things that amaze, help people in their everyday lives and are fun and interesting. Im based in London and have worked for many people across the UK and the world.
Anyone who volunteers for St John Ambulance or similar, or works with the ambulnance service will know that patient report forms are a sort of necessary pain-in-the-backside. Paper forms generally require a flat surface, pen and dry conditions. Efforts to replace such forms with iPads and similar haven't caught on due to battery life, capacitative sensing and cost. Enter the Nook.
I've been quite busy, working on a few professional and personal projects, But I took some time out to do something I've never done, and have wanted to do for a while - visit a demo-party! The demo scene is something I've long be interested in and have had little chance to see for myself.
Amiga Bouncing Ball
A remake of a classic demo, in processing.js
Asteroids returns with this processing.js port.