Workshop on RFID and other kind of spimes*
Kitchen Budapest, July 7-9, 2010
Thanks to you, we became 3 years old!
We are happy to welcome you on our birthday party, come and celebrate with us!
RSVP on Facebook!
We are introducing recently developed KIBU projects after being presented in Helsinki, London and Madrid
Have you heard a bean speak Morse Code? Do you know how many meters your mouse runs every day? How do the components of air react to city-life? How does a netflower look like? Whether you want to compete against your mouse, make the netflower jingle, decode Poem beans, get instant news digests or experiment with our new multitouch screen, you're more than welcome at Kitchen Budapest on 29th of April, 12AM-8PM!
Jayme Cochrane is a new media artist and researcher from Linz, Austria, with a focus on social data in urban environments. Currently he is artist in residence at KitchenBudapest.
We are organizing the technological workshop of Media Facade Festival 2010. With 6 other cities and cultural institutions we are working on the interconnectivity and interactivity of the media facades in these 2 days. You can try it from the beginning of August! Be intercultural citizen and play with the facades!
Under the knife exhibition opens at Budapest Fiction gallery on July 1, 2010, at 7 PM . Exhibition can be visited until July 24,
Wednesdays to Saturdays, from 2 PM to 7 PM.
Labtolab's second offical meeting took place between 7-11 June 2010 in Madrid. Labtolab program is a joint effort of five european media labs with an aim to think about the alternative forms of sharing knowledge and the possibilities of non-standard and whole-life-last ways of learning in general.
If you are in Berlin this weekend come and try our projects and meditate, enjoy our No Copy Paste performance!
More information in German:
Members of the performance generate music and visuals in real-time, utilizing live coding, which emphasises the expressive possibilities afforded by programming languages as a means for defining and manipulating computational processes.
Participating researchers: Csík-Kovács Zoltán, Feles Dániel, Gergely Krisztián, Nagy Ágoston
We tested Newsleak project today on different spots in Budapest. It was funny to see how people interacted with the object.
We participate in Campus Party Europe in Madrid, an event which hosts 800 young people from across Europe. The four-days event includes activities such as conferences, workshops and challenges centered around three knowledge areas: Science, Digital Creativity and Innovation.