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Mic Up with this Definitive List of iOS Audio Accessories

July 9, 2016


RTE journalist and tech lead Glen Mulcahy comes up with the goods once again with this excellent guide to audio accessories for iOS devices. Check out this Thinglink interactive image for awesome Apple-friendly audio tech. Source: Definitive Guide to iOS Audio Accessories

Video Tech: Popcorn Robot, Time Hacks, Siri Beatboxing and a UFO Drone

April 27, 2016


Robotic Glockenspiel plays Popcorn Canadian James Cochrane created a beautiful prototype for this robotic glockenspiel player built out of solenoids, wooden dowels, paperclips and elastic bands. But this is a completely different bag of computer chips, using servos, an Arduino Uno, MIDI shield and Adafruit’s 16 channel I2C servo driver. “My next project is to […]

Coub This Be Love? How Vine-Like Videos are Stepping Up the Viral Game

September 3, 2015


When the looping video network Vine was launched in 2012, there was mixed reaction to its GIF-like six second videos. Did we really need a stunted video platform? There are signs that Vine has started to mature nicely. An announcement last week of big changes to the online video sharing site and app offers mini-video […]

God Particle Visuals and Maker Faire 2015’s Sweet Fountains of Tech

April 19, 2015


April is Maker Faire UK month. Newcastle’s Centre For Life plays host to the largest maker event in the country and welcomes thousands of visitors there to see creative and exciting projects ranging from 3D print to synthetic biology, gaming to knitting, coding to creative robotics. Make sure the last weekend of April is free […]

Electronic noise 2: Lights, camera, action, graphics, video, art

October 10, 2014


Digital artists are no longer confined to hushed gallery spaces. Many are at home with live performance, theatre, video and graphics, producing work that defies category. Mixing it up are the new visionaries. In August WeLove Digital published an update on digital performance and art called ‘Glitch in the Matrix’. Following on from that we […]

Sonic Pi: Raspberry sounds inspire coders and musicians

October 2, 2014


Raspberry Pi computers are at the centre of many of the coolest open source creative technology projects, whether it’s a home automation controller, weather station, drone or even a supercomputer cluster. So when Raspberry Pi programmer Sam Aarons spoke about Sonic Pi at Newcastle’s SuperMondays event, the level of interest was amped up to 10. Sonic Pi is Raspberry Pi’s […]

Feel the Burn: Real time visuals from Light Surgeons, ScanOne, Tony Hill and Jamie Allen

September 11, 2014


This video was recorded at the Real Time Visuals 2014 performances in the CultureLab, Newcastle, UK. Event set up by Stephen Gibson (DJ Nord) through Northumbria University and featuring performances from artists including: Tony Hill – an experimental film maker and performance artist whose work spans more than 40 years. Tony works on all aspects […]

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