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Internet Aware Art and Visualizing Science

Take a look at some of the latest ideas, products, and visuals for the week of November 17th brought to you by our strategists, designers, and developers.

Ed Halter On The Art Of Guthrie Lonergan: The Artforum cover story that explores the confusing relationship between net art and contemporary art.

The Rise Of “Realvertising” And How To Make It: Eight essential rules on brand authenticity in the modern world. Ultimately, does your idea have the power to start a conversation- is it a spark?

How Cultures Around The World Make Decisions: Americans prefer to have as many choices as possible, but what about the rest of the world?

Scientists Are More Creative Than You Might Imagine: “The greatest scientists are artists as well” – Albert Einstein. How do scientists balance logic with creativity? This article covers how scientists tap right brain thinking with various creative processes.

Kitestring: A web app that checks up on you and alerts your friends if you don’t respond.

Grouper: A Tinder-like interface for making friends and meeting interesting people.

Device Zaps Your Brain To Change Your Mood: The Thync uses sends ultrasound waves to your brain that triggers a mood change, such as calmness or alertness.

A Typeface Designed To Help Dyslexics Read: A free, Dutch-designed typeface that makes reading more clear for dyslexics.

Cymatics: New Music Video For Nigel Stanford Merges Music And Science Experiments: A music video utilizing science experiments that visualize sound.

Nintendo 64 Game Mod Purposely Glitches Appearance For New Experience: Video game hacker Kaze Emanuar started a low-fi trend by unleashing Super Mario 64: Chaos Edition. He created a hack that randomly patches code into the games memory while running. Internet Art ensues.

Jason Farrell is the CTO/Co-founder of Use All Five.
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