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This week's projects at - December 1 '10

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This week's projects at - December 1 '10

Postby Charles » Wed Dec 01, 2010 3:54 pm

Kinect the dots

The art of hacking has come a long way since the '90s, and thanks to new tools like OpenVizsla, tech geeks everywhere will be able to explore the untapped capabilities of today's increasingly sophisticated devices. This nifty open source USB protocol analyzer makes researching and developing new gadgets a cinch. Best of all, it's affordable for all!


It Feels Good To Be Better
by Martina Milova and Tara Buono
Film & Video
New York, NY
DIY green-screen

It Feels Good to Be Better is a darkly comedic satire combining illustrative backgrounds with live action film. The result is a stunning landscape featuring the work of a host of clever collaborators. Take a peek at the unique style in their outstanding project video; backers receive goodies like charms, original art, and DVDs.


Howard Glitch: a multimedia jigsaw puzzle
by Jay Kenworthy & Rob Allmand
Dripping Springs, TX
A multimedia mystery

The mystery of "Howard Glitch" unravels through three different forms: a book, an EP, and a series of artwork. Space shuttle passengers are headed for disaster, and the reasons why are unclear. It's up to the audience to solve the collaborative puzzle using the narration, illustrations, and 8-bit rock (!!), among other imaginative clues. Its ambition has our head spinning!


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