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Girls and play with art work

User experience for art User testing is important for many products. Art just doesn’t strike me as one of those. So, it took an actual event to impart what logic should have made abundantly clear. The Maker Faire was the second time I exhibited Shrodinger to the public but the first time that I was [...]

Hot off its return from Boston, Schrodinger will be on display at the Maker Faire. In the mean time, I’ll have a few exciting tweaks to introduce. If you are in the New York metropolitan area, come see the new, improved Schrodinger at: Sep. 21 & 22, 2013 New York Hall of Science, Queens, NY [...]

A dial for an old fashioned geiger counter.

I bought a geiger counter today. Surprisingly, I was terribly conflicted by this purchase. I was buying a geiger counter for an art piece. In my bootstraps-made-from-scratch mentality, to buy a fully constructed item for an art piece seems, in some way, “cheating.” This sent me down a spiral of conflicted meditation on the history [...]

A few days ago, I got the news: As the culmination of months of work, Schrodinger will be on public display at CollisionCollective. So, if your just happen to be in the Boston area between June 14th and July 27th then why don’t you swing by Boston Cyberarts Gallery at 141 Green Street, Boston MA [...]