Tag Archives: NYU

Impressive: Using Sneakers To Control Music

This is by far one of the most impressive DIY projects I’ve ever seen. Seems some guy hacked his Saucony sneakers with photoresistors to react to light. Each show has a 1/4″ jack to plug in an amp cable with and when you move your foot, a sound file is manipulated. Those NYU students are just so darn crafty. The ...

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Street Art Makes The World More Pixel-y

Found on the streets of New York, located on the NYU campus, between 2nd and 3rd St. by the Barney Building, sits a hidden gem of street art. Captured and uploaded onto Flickr by user hungryghoast, the “Flowing Pixel” street sculpture depicts a faucet spitting out pixelated water. The piping sort of reminds me from that secret area in Super ...

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