26. September 2012 13:39
Creators Project's Kevin Holmes asks: Here’s a question: how drunk and desperate would you have to be to hit on a drunk chatbot? Tipsy? Merry drunk? Paralytic drunk? Crying and fighting at the same time drunk?
Judging from how people interact with Drunk Eliza on my website, it doesn't require much drunkenness or encouragement. However, at my upcoming show at Devotion (next Fri night, Oct 5th!) there will be beer & computery brokenness to help humans and proto-chatbots connect.
12. April 2012 22:13
New blog posts: a piece up today on Fast Company's design blog via Triangulation. It covers Glitchometry and Dither Studies. One day, when I'm done with this thesis paper, I'll be back to making Glitchometry pieces. Dithers are easy to make once the basic pattern is down but the Glitchometry pieces have to be bled out of my computer. There was also a nice post on ItsNiceThat today about Glitchometry.
For people interested in my take on glitch in general, please check out the Notes on Glitch paper I co-wrote. It emphasizes the process art side of glitch, which is definitely what I'm interested in in this project.
5. April 2012 16:17
First, the awesome write-up by Emilio on Triangulation.
ilikethisart.net with some Glitchometry images (via Triangulation)
and The22Magazine with some of my early glitch work from Sector
4. April 2012 11:07
I am psyched to be featured on Triangulation Blog today, covering my Glitchometry and Dither Studies projects.
6. September 2010 18:46
Here's coverage of MiniArtVideoFest from the print version of Budapest's Helyi Téma.
I'm posting this with no idea what it says -- hopefully it's something positive about the show! That's an image from my Metro Postcards series.