Do It Yourself

Between design and sound: the feeling of touching according to Yuri Suzuki

Yuri Suzuki is a designer and sound artist, born in Tokyo and currently based in the UK and Sweden.He explores the world of sounds using an innovative and challenging approach producing design creations and pieces, and questioning in an unusual and original way the relationship between visual and audio data, as well as the aspects of visibility of electronics. Suzuki also has a background in music and technology, disciplines that converge in his design research around sound.... READ MORE...

Mapping the electomagnetism. Detektors by Martin Howse and Shintaro Miyazaki

Detektors is an open and collaborative project which consists in devices capable of recording hidden electromagnetic emissions produced by common electronic tools such as mobile phones, laptops, cameras etc. In addition, Detektors can also capture the high frequency bands: modulation of WiFi, Bluetooth, GSM, UMTS and GPS networks, as well as any other transmission system between 100 Mhz and 5Ghz.... READ MORE...

Lighthouse at Brighton Digital Art Festival

Lighthouse are delighted to be at the heart of Brighton Digital Festival 2012. The festival is a celebration of digital culture featuring a whole month of exhibitions, performances, meet-ups, workshops and outdoor events that run alongside Brighton's iconic digital design conferences.... READ MORE...

DIY Transmitter Workshop

Tetsuo Kogawa's micro video transmitter is an unstable analog video transmitter capable of transmitting any signal to a TV up to ranges of about 20 meters... READ MORE...

Wefab Days Make the right thing!

WeFab is a three-day event during the Milano Design Week. It is hosted by a collaborative clothing platform, OpenWear, and by Vectorealism, a digital fabrication facility based in Milan. WeFab offers Milano Design Week's visitors a way to explore creative possibilities with new technologies such as 3D printing and laser cutting.... READ MORE...

Raul Martinez: The Tenderness Of Metal

Although Digimag deals with digital culture, this month we want to devote a well-deserved space to an artist, whose work does not exactly fall within this category, but it perfectly places itself within that field of research that our magazine carries out in the framework of (applied and reused) technology, mechanics and art. The general trend does no longer lie in the celebration of technology in itself, but aims to grant priority to the concept and the tangibility, also when, in order to obtain them, the artist uses techniques and materials that are not exactly the latest fad.... READ MORE...

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