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Web cameras in cities in Galicia (Spain) sucah as the cathedral square in Santiago de Compostela organised by the local TV station. "I sit and look at it for minutes on end ..." Roger Wright, a historian of medieval Spain.
RadioArt online: AudioHyperspace from SWR in Germany. AudioHyperspace guides you through the jungle of sound data and explores the development of sonic web art: every month it selects the most interesting audio websites and presents an annotated collection of links to audio and audio art on the web. English, German.
A site where some recent tracks from Kraftwerk are available in MIDI forrmat. As the group have not released an album since 1986 this is one of the few places (apart from live performances) to hear their later music. Also shows that MIDI is not just a poor way of creating small files.
CROSSFADE focuses on sound as artistic medium. The purpose of this ongoing project is to contextualize and facilitate access to a diversity of sonic and musical directions, which utilize network technology as an integral part of their production. A curated space, CROSSFADE spans different aesthetic points of departure and integrates visual works with sonic constituents. New approaches towards the specific properties and artistic potential of networks as time-based technology will be at the heart of CROSSFADE, which aims at becoming a meeting-point for artists as well as audiences whose paths rarely cross, be it locally or globally, aestethically or sociologically. CROSSFADE is a joint project of the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, the Goethe-Institut, ZKM (Center for Art and Media, Karlsruhe) and the Walker Art Center (Minneapolis).
Wildife animation - produced by RealImpact division of Real, that provides support to environmental and other groups. "RealImpact works with nonprofit organizations, foundations, and progressive businesses to make use of the incredible opportunities that the Internet offers to broaden their reach and spread their message." New media to the rescue!
Viewbyview is a US company specialising in 3D architectural visualisation. Their site contains many examples of different styles of architectural modelling and some analysis of software techniques.
Swedish play and community site. More Shockwave driven frenzy!!! 3/10/02
Canadian site supporting a TV series. The site is a mix of video film clips (Real), Flash animations with music and commentary, text and pictures. It is a very good example of what can be achieved.
The museums of Cananda have banded together with other government agencies, educational institutions and the private sector and the Canadian Heritage Information Network to make their contents available on the web. The site includes video, 3D, Flash and other techniques to show off Canadian Heritage.
WWW Interactive Mathematics Server (WIMS) allows you to work on mathematics interactively via the Internet. For an ordinary user, WIMS is a web site just like any other web site. But, one on which you can consult interactive textbooks, answer mathematical exercises, make computations and draw curves or surfaces, or play math games, by clicking on buttons or pictures just like any other web page. The site supports English, French, Italian, Spanish and Chinese. The site is produced by Xiao Gang of the Maths Dept. of the University of Nice in France.
algebra - urggh
A multimedia version of Homer's epics in French. Work in progress of Jean-Philippe Marin. Intro and some scenes in Flash. Very pretty. There are various versions with and without music and narration. Without broadband the smallest is probably best.
"Geocaching is an entertaining adventure game for gps users. Participating in a cache hunt is a good way to take advantage of the wonderful features and capability of a gps unit. The basic idea is to have individuals and organizations set up caches all over the world and share the locations of these caches on the internet. GPS users can then use the location coordinates to find the caches.", says the FAQ. A sort of deferred time orienteering.
Britney's Guide to Semiconductor Physics It is a little known fact, that Ms Spears is an expert in semiconductor physics.
This library contains links to unique educational web sites that have been created through ThinkQuest competitions and programs. The library currently contains more than 5,000 web sites to search and surf. Built by kids for kids to use and learn. It is also a great place to get ideas for your own project in one of our many programs around the world. Covers all aspects of science and humanities. Continuous additions, European presence growing.
Welcome to Seussville University, where you can have "lots of good fun that is funny" while learning basic reading, math, science, and reasoning skills.
The US National Gallery of Art has a number of virtual exhibitions on its web site, using QuickTime VR and Real Audio. The use of streamed slideshows (for example for the current Treasures of Ancient Egypt exhibition) are good examples of this format.
The Laboratory is the research wing of the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, the fine art department at Oxford University. Online projects in interactive arts using Shockwave and Quicktime.
Founded and directed by Professor Roy Ascott, CAiiA-STAR is a world-wide transdisciplinary research community whose innovative structure involves collaborative work and supervision both in cyberspace and at regular meetings around the world. It combines, as an integrated research platform, CAiiA, the Centre for Advanced Inquiry in the Interactive Arts established in 1994, at University of Wales College Newport, and STAR, the Science Technology and Art Research centre, established in 1997 at the University of Plymouth. CAiiA-STAR has the aim of creating new knowledge through research in the theory and practice of interactive art , and is recognised as a leading centre in this field.
A set of I-art projects using interactive animation. "Redesigning the medium through discovery."
well it does!
MOCA was established in 1994 by computer artists Don Archer and Bob Dodson to promote computer art in its various forms and manifestations, including 3-D rendered art, fractals, enhanced photography, animation, mixed media, computer-painted and -drawn art, etc. Many talented artists have given us access to their work, and what you see in our archives and current exhibit is some of the best work that we have solicited. Some of it may be of technical or historical interest, some of it may be innovative and unusual, and some of it may have potential (dare we say it) as high art.
The 010101 exhibition at the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art has generated a web site that is itself a major part of the exhibition. The navigation is complex and difficult. SFMOMA has frequent new exhibits - beware of e-poltergeist!
Animation art from an Italian artist. Site in english, french, italian.
Don't weep nostalgic for the narrative tradition of Western music, for its opera, chants, and symphonies: they've never had it so good. If Mozart were alive today, he would be hard-wired to an Akai S-6000, and would be the first to describe himself as an android processor. Image vectors entrap us, entrance us, and disappear us in an electronic labyrinth of the red sky night. True interzone bodies, electronic artists are explorers of a new territory: living at the edge of two species types --human and android-- floating in a folded space of anamorphic perspective and alien eyes and algorithmic skin. Test riders in the virtual vortex. (it says).
CAGE - Cyber Art Gallery Eindhoven over 1500 links - is more oriented to making info on traditional (but contemporary) art available on the web.
Blokshok is a mix of music, animation, video, games and written work from young scottish artists.
NeonSky have won a number of awards since we first featured them. Their web site continues to evolve with new Flash based examples. Could be one of the best designed e-zine interfaces so far.
Steve Dietz (Director, New Media Initiatives, Walker Art Center) writes: "The database is the plumbing of interface, and many artists are working with its structures to transform what Hal Foster has referred to as “a repository of the given” into compelling experiences that may even approach knowledge with a point of view, if not wisdom."
A UK site with very good links to other European sites, due for update soon. Puzzling to navigate. Created by HiRes with other sites.
Art site with gallery of digital work by 27 artists - video, music, photography, ... Has a good set of links to experimental pages and resources.
Latest online show from the Walker Centre.
Yuan Ming Yuan - History's most magnificent garden, the great Yuan Ming Yuan (Garden of Perfect Brightness), was tragically burned in 1860. Built by six generations of Qing emperors, the garden spanned a three-hundred-fifty hectare area with a fairyland of hills, ponds, lakes, ancient trees and palaces filled with one and half centuries of imperial treasure collecting. Through the immense magic of high quality computer graphics and multimedia technology, the world can once again journey to the garden - to learn, to meditate, to explore, to enjoy.
Originally bookmarked in 1999 this site has been updated off and on - but is no less uninteligible. It is now clear that this is a piece of art.
Need one say more?
WHAT IS IT ? : The Poietic Generator* is a [non commercial] experimental system which enables a large number of people across the world to participate in real-time to the emergence of an ever changing collective image. The PG is accessible 24 hours a day without any plug-in. Experiments consist of short sessions announced a few days before in order to get together at the same time as many participants as possible. Usual day for activity is Friday - but see the site for details.
A Japanese site, Media Art Museum, current exhibition, that contains a statement of intent for art on the Internet and links to about 50 I-art sites from around the world.
A set of I-art projects using interactive animation. "Redesigning the medium through discovery."
The site claims to be "the best site on the web for cutting-edge fiction, criticism and hypertext". It contains audio-text and other audio-productions involving the word. It has the Grammatron - which raises questions about the format of text works in an Internet environment. Plus ... interviews, reviews, views, and words. 21st February
pif is a literature e-zine that is still going strong..
This is a place for poetry and fiction born to pixels rather than the page--writing that's digital down to its bones. It has links to other word based sites. One of these is Snakeskin poetry webzine that has some poems set out for printing as chapbooks.
URL: http://homepages.nildram.co.uk/~simmers/ Snakeskin
Is a site with many literary subsites, good visuals, continually evolving.
Immersence Inc. was founded by Char Davies in 1998 for the purpose of pursuing artistic research in immersive virtual space. For the past ten years, Davies was a founding director of the software company Softimage Inc, and was on its Board of Directors from 1988 to 1994, and Vice-President/Director of Visual Research from 1988 to 1997. In her work, Davies challenges the conventions of immersive virtual reality, seeking to establish an alternative route along which the medium may evolve. Her web site includes a number of papers on her work and examples.
VRML-ART is a catalogue of web3d (was vrml) art from Siggraph, and other major VR / graphics conferences. Links to all the exhibiting artists web sites.
VR artist (large scale interactive exhibits using CAVE and other devices).
Mediaevo is an Italian multimedia company. Their web site is powered by Flash and advertises four companies in the group concerned with publishing, communication, multimedia and training. Keep moving the mouse around to generate roll-over interactions. The site is one worked on by Yenz.
is essentially a furniture supplier. However it is very trendy, with top European designs, and has a nice Flash web site originally designed by Deepend. Its continued existence shows that flashy animation web sites don't guarantee failure. However, Deepend, the web designers didn't make it into 2002. Odd that!
A German (Munich) media agency. Has some nice fullscreen Flash that runs fast and doesnt take all day to load. The showroom has a number of nice demos and web site links.
"This exhibit - The Museum of E-Failure - is an attempt to actively preserve the home pages of sites that will probably disappear in the next few months.", we wrote in 2001. Here, - in the wrecked pixels of their last images - are written the cryptic stories of this strange tribe of people: the Digital Generation; those who built the Web and struggled to mold it in their own image. They came, coded, designed logos, did IPOs, and moved on. Many, perhaps most, are now unemployed ...
BMW, the car makers, created a web site in 2001 with four new short (about 6 mins.) films from famous directors that feature BMW cars. The films can be viewed with standard Real, Windows Media or Quick Time players, or downloaded and viewed with a DVD like BMW film viewer. This was one of the first examples of a major manufacturer setting up a brand web site that is designed to pull surfers in through pure content value rather than cataloging. The company has now launched a new series of films (October 2002) with 'Hostage' directed by John Woo and starring Clive Owen. The films and info on their web site. 24/10/02
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