Artlab




The Artlab is a center for research, development and prototyping dedicated to digital arts.
This is our old blog, the new website is there: Digitalarti Artlab  
Le Artlab est un centre de recherche, développement et prototypage dédié aux arts numériques

Vous êtes sur notre ancien blog, le nouveau site est ici Artlab Digitalarti

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Hi, welcome to the Artlab

The Artlab is a center for research, development and prototyping, dedicated to digital arts. It aims at gathering artists and technicians in a creative and collaborative way. Since 2011, Digitalarti's Artlab has been a place with a multidisciplinary activity, where technology meets artistic creation. ...

Hack Machine #4

Artists, hackers, creative technicians... the Artlab and the Ekluz invite you on Saturday April 12th 2014 to come and create prototypes, to enjoy your day, during the Hack Machine, 4th edition. ...

Hack Machine #3

Artists, hackers, creative technicians... the Artlab and the Ekluz invite you on Saturday March 1st 2014 to come and create prototypes, to enjoy your day, during the Hack Machine, 3rd edition. See reports of the previous events, with photos ...

Hack Machine #2 : full report

Hack Machine, 2nd edition. Same rules, several attendees from the 1st edition, several new ones... and here we go again. ...

Hack Machine #2

Hackers, artists, creative technicians... the Artlab and the Ekluz invite you on Saturday Jan. 11th 2014 to come and create prototypes, to enjoy your day, during the Hack Machine, 2nd edition. (here are the pictures and a report of the 1st edition, written in french) ...

FFT expermintation: frequency responsive water gun

As Antonin Fourneau's Water Light Graffiti will be presented in Poitiers during the the Prise de la Bastille, he's decided to experiment with some animated fountain effects. A simple, quick and cheap solution was to find an electric squirt gun. We found a basic model in a local bazaar that shoots up to 4 meters! Since the propulsion of the water is controlled by a DC motor, this means we can change the force by ...