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「これはかつてストックホルムの電話接続のメインジャンクションだったものです。ワイヤーが見えますか?これは5000台の電話の線なんです。1887年から1913年まで使われていました。 ただスウェーデンに行ってこのタワーを探そうとしても無駄ですよ。1953年までは残っていましたが火災で焼失してしまいました。私たちの電話塔が今はこれほどには美しくないというのは残念です」 (「1890年頃スウェーデンに存在していた『電話塔』が海外掲示板で話題に」海外の反応|暇は無味無臭の劇薬から)


ただスウェーデンに行ってこのタワーを探そうとしても無駄ですよ。1953年までは残っていましたが火災で焼失してしまいました。私たちの電話塔が今はこれほどには美しくないというのは残念です」 (「1890年頃スウェーデンに存在していた『電話塔』が海外掲示板で話題に」海外の反応|暇は無味無臭の劇薬から)

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Lunar Surface

Interesting project from Kimchi and Chips blends the analogue with the digital - live depth rendering and projection onto a swaying sheet to produce a ghostly form captured with long exposure photography:

A vertical flag of fabric is stroked by the wind, displaced by curves of air pressure, swinging back and forth. As it sweeps, it extrudes a trail of light which draws a moon floating in space. The flag renders this moon from another reality, the silk surface acts as a boundary between 2 realities, intermediating the laws of the 2 realms.

Inspired by the 2 moons of Haruki Murakami’s 1Q84 and the flags of space travel, the artists present a portal into another existence where another moon orbits. This other place is made material by the fabric of the flag.

Long exposure photography trades the dimension of time for a dimension of space, extruding the moon into existence on a set of photographic prints, the technology capturing a painting, enacted by the details of the wind.

Lunar Surface begins a new line of enquiry for drawing into the air for studio Kimchi and Chips, forming artistic collaborations between technology and nature. The fabric is tracked by a 3D camera whilst a projector replays a response onto it according to its evolving shape.

Below is a very short video demonstrating how the form is rendered in realtime:

More at Kimchi and Chips here

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Lexus develops a three-dimensional loom for carbon-fiber parts (x)

Seriously though, this is the most bonkers insane machine I have ever watched

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