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Eyebeam (Eyebeam) no-profit center, art and technology, new technologies, media arts, new media, cultural, social
Eyebeam is the leading not-for-profit art and technology center in the United States. Founded in 1996 and incorporated in 1997, Eyebeam was conceived as a non-profit art and technology center dedicated to exposing broad and diverse audiences to new technologies and media arts, while simultaneously establishing and demonstrating new media as a significant genre of cultural production
Milano Unica (Ideabiella, Ideacomo, Moda In, Shirt Avenue) 2010 textile manufactures, finest quality products, twice a year, exibithion, singular, exclusive, united
Milano Unica, the new international textile fair organized in Italy, has been created through the vast experience, fine quality and tradition of four prestigious Italian exhibitions, Ideabiella, Ideacomo, Moda In, Shirt Avenue. This unique, composite project will be held twice a year (February-September), presenting the finest quality products from both Italian and European textile manufacturers. The name, Milano Unica represents the three essential characteristics of the textile fair. UNICA is synonymous with singular, exclusive, united. February 16-18 2010
Motion Response Sportswear Kerri Wallace designer, thermo-chromic liquid crystals, research, new material, printed textiles, fashion sportwear, smart media, smart printing processes, textile, smart wearable garments, clothing, responsive technology, thermo chromic ink, leucodye microcapsules, color changing
Kerri is a textile designer from the United Kingdom currently challenging the potential of wearable display technologies in textile design. Prior to her MA in Design for Textile Futures, Kerri graduated from Chelsea College of Art & Design in BA Textiles, 2005 where she specialised in recycled materials for the body and home, and sustainable solutions for interior and exterior spaces. This exploration included textile manipulation and mixed media approaches, printed techniques, and a related written paper. Kerri is both a conscientious and dynamic designer whos skills include silk-screen and digital print design, constructed textiles, fine art and communication design.
Pitti Immagine Filati (Pitti Immagine) event, fashion, yarn
Pitti Immagine Filati n.66 (Florence, 27 & 29 January 2010) is coming to an end with figures and opinions from buyers and exhibitors that display optimism about a recovery over the next few months. Just a few hours before the event closed its doors at the Fortezza da Basso, early forecasts of the final attendance figures showed that Pitti Immagine Filati was attended by almost 4,000 buyers (versus 3,900 in January 2009), a 2% increase in overall attendance. It appears that the number of Italian buyers increased by 4.5%, whereas foreign attendance figures remained at the same levels recorded for the last edition. There was a rise in the number of buyers from the United States, Russia, Holland, Switzerland, Turkey, China, Hong Kong and South Korea, whilst the figures were less positive for Germany, the United Kingdom and Japan.
SparkFun (SparkFun) online shop, buy, company, electronic parts, components, yarn
SparkFun was founded in 2003 by Nathan Seidle, then a University of Colorado - Boulder engineering student. From meager beginnings (Nathan's college apartment), the company now employs over 60 people in an office in the outskirts of Boulder, Colorado. The SparkFun crew works in various departments such as engineering, marketing, production, shipping, and keg replenishment, all united in one common goal - Sharing Ingenuity.
TU/e Industrial Design (TU/e) 2001 multidisciplinary staff, interaction design, industrial design, university, school, technology
The Industrial Design course started in 2001 and counts a number of nationalities among its multidisciplinary staff. The emphasis is on Ć«ambient intelligenceĆ­: the design of intelligent products, systems, and services. Over the next couple of years 'ambient care' will receive special attention because health and well-being are among the primary focal areas of both Industrial Design and the TU/e. Because of its broad range of contacts with companies and institutions in Europe and beyond (Singapore, Australia, the United States), Industrial Design is well-equiped to respond to international developments in a pro-active manner.