Below is a list of all the publications and writings I have completed since 1997 for Books, Academic Conferences, Media Arts Festivals, Commercial and Indie Magazines, Blogs, and more!

“New Media Art”, by Mark Tribe, Reena Jana, Features my projectUmbrella.net“,

Publications, Publications that Reference My Work, and Selected Writings (WIRED, Make, Gizmodo, etc..)

For all of my Conference/ Media Arts Festival Reports go to my reports page.

Scan from my article:”DEMO HOUR: Data Materialities“, ACM Interactions, April 2017, ACM Press.

Publications

2017

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “DEMO HOUR: Data Materialities“, ACM Interactions, April 2017, ACM Press.

2016

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Data Materialities”, Leonardo Magazine
Boston, MA, July 2016, MIT Press.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Alerting Infrastructure!”, published in the proceedings of CHI 2016 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems,
San Jose, California, May 7-12, 2016, ACM Press.

2015

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Art in Your Pocket 4: Net Art and Abstraction for the Small Screen“, Rhizome.org, August 20, 2015.

2014

Borrough, Xtine Navas, Eduardo, Gallagher, Owen.The Routledge Companion to Remix StudiesRoutledge. Chapter: “Aesthetics” (December 14, 2014).

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “Locative Media Revisited“, Rhizome, March 26, 2014.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,Welcome to Your New NSA Partner Network: Report from Transmediale 2014“, Rhizome, February 6, 2014.

2012

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,Art That’s All On Your Head“, The Creators Project, December 21, 2012.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “A Design Methodology for Deconstructing Networks“, Critical Making Booklets, August 2012.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Art in Your Pocket 3 : Sensor Driven iPad and iPhone Art Apps
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, Rhizome.org, July 2, 2012.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,Picture This—Reinventing The Camera As A Social And Anti-Technological Object“, The Creators Project, May 16, 2012.

Moriwaki, K.,  Brucker-Cohen, J., Campbell, L.,  Saavedra, J., Stark, L., Taylor, L., “Scrapyard Challenge Jr.: Adapting an Art and Design Workshop to Support STEM to STEAM Learning Experiences IEEE”, Integrated STEM Education Conference, Ewing, New Jersey, USA, March 9, 2012.

Moriwaki, K., Guimerans, P., Elguero, C., Brucker-Cohen, J., Scrapyard Challenge and Soft Circuits: Introducing electronic hardware design and electronics to artists and designers within an educational setting”to be published in proceedings of INTED 2012: 6th International Technology, Education and Development, Valencia, Spain, March 5, – 7, 2012

2011

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah (introduction p.125), Grover, Andrea, “Jonah Brucker-Cohen and Katherine Moriwaki Scrapyard Challenge Workshops 2010”, New Art Science Affinities, Studio for Creative Inquiry, Carnegie Mellon University, PittsBurgh, PA, February 14-20, 2011.

Borrough, Xtine.Net Works: Case Studies in Web Art and Design“, Routledge. I wrote the chapter: “Alerting Infrastructure!: Challenging The Temporality of Physical Vs. Virtual Environments” about my Alerting Infrastructure! project and other physical networked installations, (Released July 26, 2011).

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Wifi Liberator Toolkit”, Piseagrama Magazine, Brazil, (June 2011 )

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah.Electronics and Pedagogy: Media Production with Arduino“, Learning through Digital Media
Essays on Technology and Pedagogy E-Reader, ( January 2011 )

2010

Bambozzi, Lucas & Minelli, Rodrigo,Mediations, Technology and Public Space, Brucker-Cohen, Jonah: Chapter: “The Debate About Property in Public Wireless Space”, Sao Paulo, Brazil. 2010.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Art in Your Pocket 2 :
Media Art for the iPhone and iPod Touch Graduates To The Next Level”
, Rhizome.org, (May 26, 2010)

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, Moriwaki, Katherine, “Scrapyard Challenge Workshops”, Revolution: Technology as Change, Ammerman Center for Arts and Technology, Connecticutt College, March 4-6, 2010, New London, Connecticut.

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah,Legitimizing the Ph.D. as Creative Research“,
Published in the Proceedings of College Art Association 2010 Annual Conference, Chicago, Illinois, February 10-13, 2010.

2009

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “, “Wifi-Hog From Reaction to Realization”, Appropriations of the (un)common: public and private space in times of mobility” , (also included Giselle Beiguelman, Lucas Bambozzi, Marcus Bastos and Rodrigo Minelli). Sao Paulo: Instituto Sergio Motta, 2009, (ebook).

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Art In Your Pocket:
iPhone and iPod Touch App Art”
, Rhizome.org, (July 7, 2009)

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Future Trajectories: Debating the Classification of Media Art”, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, (July/August/2009), p.124.

2008

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “Subverting Reputation Systems & Clash of the Free Wireless Spectrum”
Ludic-Society, GoApe Issue #5, February 2008. p.15.

2007

Moriwaki, Katherine, Brucker-Cohen, Jonah
“MIDI Scrapyard Challenge Workshops”
Published in the Proceedings of NIME 2007, NYC, USA. (PDF)

2006

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “SuperWeed – An Art project by Heath Bunting” Published in “System_Hack” Exhibition Catalog, June, 2006.

Moriwaki, Katherine, Brucker-Cohen, Jonah Lessons From The Scrapyard: Creative Uses of Found Materials Within a Workshop Setting, AI & Society, Springer, Mar 2006, Pages 1-20.

Brucker-Cohen, J., Moriwaki,K.
“Hacking Creativity: Scrapyard
Challenge Workshops”
About Face Interface: Creative Engagement in New Media Arts and HCI, (Workshop)
Published in the Proceedings of CHI 2006
Montreal, CA, April 24-27. PDF

2005

Moriwaki,K. , Brucker-Cohen, J.,
“Fashioning The Challenge: Do-It-Yourself Wearable Design”
Published in the Proceedings of the 1st Wearable Futures Conference
Newport, Wales, September 14-16.

Lisek,R., Brucker-Cohen, J, Carrer Cruz Gabriel, M., May, M. (2005). WWAI: How Is The Web Growing: Into a Super Social Organism or a Mass of Disconnected Information?. Panel for ACM SIGGRAPH 2005 Conference, Los Angeles, CA. p. 64.

2004

Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Katherine Moriwaki, and Linda Doyle,
UMBRELLA.net : Exploring Coincidence Ad-Hoc Networks (poster),
presented at UbiComp 2004 Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
Nottingham,UK 7 – 10 September 2004. (PDF)

Katherine Moriwaki and Jonah Brucker-Cohen,
Coincidence and Intersection: Networks and the Crowd (position paper),
presented at Ubicomp in the Urban Frontier Workshop,
UbiComp 2004 Sixth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing
Nottingham,UK 7 – 10 September 2004. (PDF)

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “Disruption Revisited, The Re-Appropriation of Experience“, Ars Electronica Reader, September, 2004.

Anne Galloway, Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Lalya Gaye, Elizabeth Goodman, Dan Hill:
Design for hackability. Conference on Designing Interactive Systems 1-4 August, 2004: pp. 363-366.

Jonah Brucker-Cohen and Linda Doyle, Redefining Network Context: Creating New Paradigms Through Deconstruction (full paper), presented at
CiberArt Bilbao,
Bilbao, 25 – 29 April 2004. (PDF)

Jonah Brucker-Cohen, Michael Bennett, Stefan Agamanolis, Fred Cummins,
and Linda Doyle, BumpList:
Developing Beneficial Email List Structures
(poster), presented at
CHI 2004 Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems,
Vienna, 24 – 29 April 2004, ACM Press.

2003

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah (2003). Physical Web Interfaces. Digital Creativity, 14(2): 119-124.Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, Agamanolis, Stefan, AudioBored: a publicly accessible networked answering machine, (poster), presented at UbiComp 2003 Fifth International Conference on Ubiquitous Computing, Seattle, 12 – 15 October 2003. 

 2002

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah. “Physical Web Interfaces”, Association of Internet Researchers Annual Conference, Internet Research 3.0: NET / WORK / THEORY, Maastricht, The Netherlands, October 13-16 2002.

Brucker-Cohen, J. and Agamanolis, S. “SpeakerPhone: a platform for dynamic human-navigable soundscapes (poster), presented at UbiComp 2002 Fourth International Conference on Ubitquitous Computing, Goteborg, 29 September – 1 October 2002. 

Brucker-Cohen, Jonah, “What Mobility Is”, Mobile Minded, Gingko Press, (October 2002).

 Publications that Reference My Work

2015

Interface Cultures: Artistic Aspects of Interaction“, Christa SommererLaurent MignonneauDorothée King
transcript Verlag, 2015 (References: BumpList (pg. 161))

2014

Journal of Science, Technology, of the Arts (CITAR), Bradbury, Victoria, Channels of Ventriloquism in New Media Artworks, January 2015, P.10 (References Alerting Infrastructure!)

2010

Beryl Graham (Author), Sarah Cook (Author), Steve Dietz, “Rethinking Curating: Art after New Media“, MIT Press, 2010. p. 30, 241. references “BumpList

Stephen Wilson, “ART + Science Now“, Thames & Hudson Ltd, 2010.

references “PoliceState“.

2009

“Review of Prospectives 09” on Rhizome.org, by Chris Lanier (featured my project Alerting Infrastructure!), Dec 10, 2009.

Hohl, Michael. “Calm Technologies 2.0: Visualising Social
Data as an Experience in Physical Space
“, Parsons Journal For Information Mapping, Vol 1., Issue 3, Summer 2009, p.4, (Includes Photo and reference to Alerting Infrastructure! (2003)

Creating Insecurity: Art and Culture in the Age of Security”, Edited by Wolfgang Sutzl and Geoff Cox, 2009, Autonomedia, Brooklyn, NY. (Includes Photo and reference to Homeland Insecurity Advisory System (2004).

Edward Shanken, “Art and Electronic Media (Themes & Movements)“, Phaidon Press, 2009.
includes “PoliceState“.

2007

Austin, Tricia, Doust, Richard: “New Media Design” Portfolio, Laurence King Publishing in association with Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London, UK, 2007.
(Included collaborative project (UMBRELLA.net) with Katherine Moriwaki in anthology.)

2006

Kasprzak, Michelle.
“Abundance in Scarcity” (includes profile of BumpList)
Published in “Hothaus Papers: Perpectives And Paradigms in Media Arts”, June, 2006. (PDF)

Tribe, Mark, Jana, Reena.
“Art in the Age of Digital Communication”, New Media Art
Taschen, USA, 2006.
(included collaborative project (UMBRELLA.net) with Katherine Moriwaki in anthology.)

2005

Mirzoeff, Nicholas, “Watching Babylon, the War in Iraq and Global Visual Culture” Routledge, USA/Canada, 2005. (p.164 – PoliceState)

Zapp, Andrea.
“Networked Narrative Environments as Imaginary Space of Being.”, p. 62
Manchester Metropolitan University, MIRIAD / FACT, 2005. ISBN: 1 900756241.
Cornerhouse Publications, Manchester, UK. – (included quote in anthology.)

2004

Galloway, Alex, “Protocol: How Control Exists after Decentralization”, Includes “StreamingMedia“, MIT Press, 2004, p.135.

Rachel Greene, “Internet Art (World of Art)”, Includes “Crank The Web“, Thames & Hudson Ltd, June 2004.

2003

Deseriis, M., Marano, G., “NET.ART – L’arte della cionnessione” Shake, Milano Italy, 2003. (p.116 – Crank The Web, PoliceState)

2000

Royal Paeans in the Ass” by Chris Barton, Village Voice, May 2, 2000 includes “Prince SuperStar Video Game” I designed and programmed.

Selected Writings

Publications: GIZMODO / Noema Lab / Rhizome.org / WIRED / Magnet / MAKE / Neural / Creative Applications / Creators Project

GIZMODO:
Posts
1. Laser Sighted Slingshots – You Know, For Kids – (8/24/05)
2. Volvo – Boxy But Knows When You’re Drunk – (8/24/05)
3. Slimmer Than Your Average Phone – Pantech PG-1400 – (8/24/05)
4. Electrosmog – a Great Band Name and More – (8/25/05)
5. Subway Strap-On – (8/25/05)
6. iPod Trenchcoat Makes It Sexier – (8/25/05)
7. Lay an Egg at the Office – (8/26/05)
8. Head Mice – (8/26/05)
9. Blanket Security – (8/26/05)
10. TV Gets You Off The Couch and into the Hammock – (8/29/05)
11. Tailgating at the Office – (8/29/05)
12. Sharp Builds 3 Megapixel Cameraphone – (8/30/05)
13. Bowling For PS2 – (8/30/05)
14. Cellular Pacemaker: But What’s the Coverage Area? – (8/31/05)
15. Here iDoggie-Doggie – (8/31/05)
16. Inside Out Computer – (9/1/05)
17. Philips Shows Rollable Display – (9/1/05)
18. Wake up with the SMS Pillow from Phillips – (9/2/05)
19. Shaking Baby Monitor – (9/6/05)
20. Hydrogen Training Pants – (9/6/05)
21. Sony’s 10.3 Megapixel Cybershot – (9/8/05)
22. Vodafone’s Got The Beat – (9/9/05)
23. Cold Cuts with your “Cold Case” – (9/9/05)
24. Sleeping With the Dolphins – (9/12/05)
25. Wear Your Popularity – (9/12/05)
26. Thunder In Your Palm – (9/12/05)
27. Take Your Haptic Actuators Off Of Me, You Damned Dirty Touchscreen! – (9/14/05)
28. R/C Truck Disposes Toxic Office Waste – (9/14/05)
29. Computer + Desk = Weirdness – (9/15/05)
30. Nano Pimpin – (9/15/05)
31. Junk For Sale – (9/19/05)
32. Smack Talking PSP – (9/19/05)
33. Water Burns Cleaner: Hydrogen Generator – (9/20/05)
34. Wrist What The Doctor Ordered – (9/21/05)
35. (Please) Hang Me With Electronic Rope – (9/21/05)
36. Survey Says: Everything is Hackable – (9/22/05)
37. Tell Time The New-Fashioned Way – (9/22/05)
38. Rapping Nintendo Style – (9/22/05)
39. Katrina Unleashes Terminator Fish – (9/26/05)
40. Believing is Half the Shuffle – (10/24/05)
41. A Stand Worth A Million IPods – (10/24/05)
42. I Can See Clearly Now The CRT Is Gone – (10/28/05)
43. Circuit Turkey, and Our Thanksgiving Posting Schedule – (11/22/06)

Interviews/ Features
1. Gizmodo Gallery: Roger Ibars – (9/16/05)
2. Gizmodo Gallery: ////FUR/////// – (9/23/05)
3. Gizmodo Gallery: Bootleg Objects – (11/4/05)
4. Gizmodo Gallery: Amos Latteier – (11/25/05)
5. Gizmodo Gallery: Mogens Jacobsen – (1/13/06)
6. Gizmodo Gallery: Amy Franceschini – (3/3/06)
7. Gizmodo Gallery: Benjamin Gaulon – (3/22/06)
8. Gizmodo Gallery: Garnet Hertz – (4/7/06)
9. Gizmodo Gallery: Sabrina Raaf – (5/12/06)
10. Gizmodo Gallery: Paul Johnson – (6/2/06)
11. Gizmodo Gallery: Joseph DeLappe – (7/17/06)
12. Gizmodo Gallery: Elise Co – (8/28/06)
13. Gizmodo Gallery: Aram Bartholl Sees in FPS – (9/29/06)
14. Gizmodo Gallery: Ryota Kuwakubo – (11/23/06)
15. Gizmodo Gallery: Tobi Schneidler – (1/26/07)
16. Gizmodo Gallery: Networked Accessories and More with Martin Frey – (2/14/07)
17. Gizmodo Gallery: Re-inventing the Past and Bizarre Future with Niklas Roy – (4/04/07)
18. Gizmodo Gallery: Exploring Fetishistic Objects and More with Crispin Jones – (5/18/07)
19. Gizmodo Gallery: Social Commentary Meets Expressive Design with HeHe – (9/5/07)
20. Adding Emotional Characteristics to Consumer Electronics with Pete Froslie – (10/24/07)

Noema Lab:
1. Report from ISEA 2002 – (11/02)
2. Report from RAM2 2003 – (2/03)

Greenmuseum.org:
1. New Media Meets the Environment – (10/02)

Rhizome.org:

Net Art News Articles:
1.Net Art News: A Friendly Game of Quake – (11/02)
2. Net Art News: Spam for Sale! – (11/02)
3. Net Art News: Hi There, Leak Much? – (11/02)
4. Net Art News: Four Score and Seven Slides Ago – (12/02)
5. Net Art News: Plane Food – (12/02)
6. Net Art News: Play it again, RAM! – (1/03)
7. Net Art News: UNDER ACMI – (2/03)
8. Net Art News: A Smart Virus? – (4/03)
9. Net Art News: Mars Attacks! – (5/03)
10. Net Art News: Staying in to Play. – (6/03)
11. Net Art News: Never a Grey Day. – (8/03)
12. Net Art News: Born To Shop! – (8/03)
13. Net Art News: Play Hard! – (1/04)
14. Net Art News: Rocks Around the Block – (5/04)
15. Net Art News: The View from Within – (7/04)
16. Net Art News: Catching the Media Bug! – (5/4/05)
17. Net Art News: Google’s Last Bite – (5/24/05)
18. Net Art News: Where Mouse Meets Forest – (9/21/05)

Festival Reports (main page here):
1. Report from Transmediale 2002 – (3/02)
2. Report from Numer 02 – (4/02)
3. Report from 6th International Browserday – (5/02)
4. Report from Ars Electronica 2002 – (9/02)
5. Report from ISEA 2002 – (11/02)
6. Report from User_Mode Symposium (local link) – (5/03)
7. Report from Ars Electronica 2003 – (9/03)
8. Report from E-Culture Fair 2003 – (10/03)
9. Report from Transmediale.04 2004 – (2/04)
10. Report from Ciber-Art Bilbao Conference 2004 – (4/04)
11. Report from FutureSonic 2004, Manchester, UK – (5/04)
12. Report from Wired NextFest 2005, Chicago, IL – (6/05)
13. Report from Artbots 2005, Dublin, Ireland – (7/05)
14. Report from SIGGRAPH 2005, Los Angeles, CA – (8/05)
15. Report from ARS @ ARCO 2006, Madrid, Spain – (2/06)
16. Report from FutureSonic 2007, Manchester, UK – (5/07)
17. Report from Ars Electronica 2008, Linz, Austria – (9/08)
18. Report from FutureSonic 2009, Manchester, UK – (5/20/09)

Interviews:

1. Interview with Angie Waller – (11/03)
2. Interview with Brody Condon – (12/03)

Articles:
1. CO2nvert: Interaction Design for a Greener Planet – (6/02)
2. A World Without Borders – (7/02)
3. Space: The New Frontier for Art? – (8/02)
4. “Art In Your Pocket:
iPhone and iPod Touch App Art”
, Rhizome.org, (July 7, 2009)
5. “Art in Your Pocket 2 :
Media Art for the iPhone and iPod Touch Graduates To The Next Level”
, Rhizome.org, (May 26, 2010)
6. “Art In Your Pocket 3: Sensor Driven iPad and iPhone Art Apps”, Rhizome.org, (July 3, 2012)

WIRED Magazine:

1.Liquid Audio – (7/01)
2. The Expressionists – (9/01)
3. DesignObject.com – (9/01)
4. Go Ask A.L.I.C.E. – (11/01)
5. Clip.Fm – (12/01)
6. DeskSwap – (4/02)
7. Soundwalks.com – (9/02)
8. Hey, Mr. Mugger – It’s For You – (1/03)
9. Aliens in Our Midst – (10/03)

eDesign Magazine:
1. Computer Love: Website Review -(7/02)
2. Moss online: Website Review -(7/02)
3. Fresh Styles For Web Designers:
Eye Candy From the Underground and Now Loading: Book Reviews -(7/02)

Core77.com:
1. Simply Losing Control – Uncontrol.com review – (7/00)
2. DIS2004 Trip report co-written with Angela Chang – (9/04)

Time Out New York:
1. American On Line – Bitstreams @ Whitney Review -(3/29/01)

Sculptors Society Ireland Newsletter:
1. Sentient Cog : Exhibition Review – (11/02)

Magnet Magazine:
1. “Indie Info Sites” – (6/97)
2. “Get Connected With Firefly” – (7/97)
3. “Indie Label Sites” – (11/97)
4. “The Cult of E-Zines” – (1/98)
5. “Atari Teenage Video Games” – (3/98)
6. “Mom and Pop Go Online” – (5/98)
7. “Why MP3s Rule” – (7/98)
8. “The Best Sites of 1998” – (11/98)
9. “Internet Indie Radio” – (1/99)
10. “MP3 vs. RIAA” – (4/99)
11. “Ride the Res Rocket!” – (5/99)
12. “Online Tour Booking” – (6/99)
13. “Mix Up Your Sounds” – (1/00)
14. “Live and Streaming with the DCN” – (11/00)
15. “Indie Fan Sites” – (5/02)
16. “Making Music the New-Fashioned Way” – (7/02)

MAKE Magazine
1. Spy on your neighbor with Mikrokopter – (9/13/07)
2. MUIO “Programming free” microcontollers – (9/15/07)
3. “SMSage makes surveillance fun” – (9/17/07)
4. “Perpetuum Mobile makes fountains run for cover” – (9/18/07)
6. “Lev and Thumpbot Play Crazy” – (9/20/07)
7. “Custom Digital Stereoscopy Rig” – (9/22/07)
8. Aram Bartholl’s 3D Trees” – (9/24/07)
9. DIY rainwater harvester by FutureFarmers” – (9/27/07)
10. Clock tells time as a conversation – (9/27/07)
11. Robotic flowers respond to SMS and web input – (9/28/07)
12. Hydrobot Mark I uses water to create sound – (10/1/07)
13. Book allows you to live out world domination – (10/1/07)
14. Candle lightbulb saves electricity, makes instant chandeliers – (10/2/07)
15. Binary keyboard gives you RSI even faster – (10/2/07)
16. See through AirPort basestation makes wifi less intimidating – (10/3/07)
17. Have an instant house party with DiscoLazer – (10/4/07)
18. Double Down automated card dealer won’t cheat you – (10/4/07)
19. FRIDA V. bicycle takes geographic notes as you ride – (10/5/07)
20. HardDisko makes music from sixteen used hard drives – (10/5/07)
21. Gbots conquer the line-following world – (10/6/07)
22. Minty pre-amp freshens your ears – (10/6/07)
23. Video game system based on 3 microcontrollers blasts alien’s butts – (10/7/07)
24. Build a battery meter, show your friends that alkalines aren’t “dead” yet – (10/7/07)
25. Void your TiVo’s warranty while displaying its data – (10/9/07)
26. Add memory to your old Apple relics – (10/9/07)
27. nOtbOt video game system controls itself, scares onlooker – (10/10/07)
28. 4 channel PIC burglar alarm catches the crook – (10/10/07)
29. Animated ghost scares you into thinking you can build a better one – (10/11/07)
30. Google ring proclaims your Internet status – (10/11/07)
31. MiniMac makes your Mac-Mini seem like a giant – (10/12/07)
32. ReLeaf rain collector gives your plants more sustenance while it rains – (10/14/07)
33. Jason Bruges turns wind into light – (10/15/07)
34. Atari 2600 joystick hacked into TV remote control – (10/16/07)
35. Project “Bling” makes digital pictures look cooler – (10/17/07)
36. Giant Rubik’s cube attacks your stereo, takes prisoners – (10/18/07)
37. Giveaway sensors make music collaboratively – (10/19/07)
38. Art Deco PC Mod brings back the old days – (10/20/07)
39. Wireless transceivers for Halloween fun – (10/20/07)
40. Toaster lets you write on your breakfast – (10/22/07)
41. Non-lethal mousetraps show your fondness for rodents – (10/23/07)
42. Turn your DJ controller into a retro gaming system – (10/23/07)
43. Cardboard car won’t crash, might get soggy in a rainstorm – (10/24/07)
44. Customize your USB storage design – (10/24/07)
45. Interview with Pete Froslie – (10/24/07)
46. Two way mirror toilet makes you too self conscious – (10/27/07)
47. Cup melts glacier, tells you how hot it is – (10/29/07)
48. Robot gallops around like a mini horse – (10/29/07)
49. Slow Messenger makes you care more about instant messaging – (10/30/07)
50. USB key holder adds memory to your lost keys – (10/30/07)
51. Build a gas mask from your old PC – (10/31/07)
52. Dress up as a YouTube clip and let people comment on you directly – (10/31/07)
53. Even dogs like iphones for halloween – (10/31/07)
54. A world made of Spam makes us appreciate it more – (11/1/07)
55. Welcome mat lets you play scrabble with visitors – (11/1/07)
56. Dry your dishes while watering your plants – (11/2/07)
57. Turn your old scanner into a camera of sorts – (11/2/07)
58. Solar hat fan keeps you cool – (11/4/07)
59. Make yourself look good, I mean really good – (11/4/07)
60. TRATTI connects kids to the universe – (11/5/07)
61. How social are you? Aram Bartholl wants to know. – (11/5/07)
62. Light as you type – (11/6/07)
63. Chair lets you sit on a sound wave – (11/7/07)
64. Custom built photocell synth lays down the tracks – (11/8/07)
65. Your own personal moon – (11/9/07)
66. Wooden camera gives you picture-perfect splinters – (11/9/07)
67. Accordion Hero makes you want others in the genre – (11/10/07)
68. Accordion Hero makes you want others in the genre – (11/10/07)
69. Wireless pain vest makes you wish you were still tethered – (11/12/07)
70. Urban Cancer project adds more lights, creatures to the streets – (11/16/07)
71. Turn your walls into a desktop – (11/16/07)
72. Urban game uses RFID and Wi-Fi detection to create sound and light up trees – (11/19/07)
73. GameBoy foot controller mod adds feet to Mario – (11/19/07)
74. DIY Polygraph always catches the crook – (11/20/07)
75. Lamp exhibits human emotions – (11/21/07)
76. OLED watch takes a lickin’ – (11/21/07)
77. Custom geiger counter puts fun back into radiation poisoning – (11/21/07)
78. Biking sound system raises hell on wheels – (11/22/07)
79. Watch lets you play pong and tetris – (11/25/07)
80. Doom 3 case mod is better than the game itself – (11/26/07)
81. Exploded iPod still works, lacks portability – (11/27/07)
82. NES stuck inside its controller – (11/29/07)
83. Off-grid computer invites you to dream up charging methods – (12/3/07)
84. Monocrom: human USB interface instructions – (12/4/07)
85. Make music with veggies – (12/5/07)
86. IMAL opening exhibition footage – (12/5/07)
87. Tengu keeps you company, sings your tracks – (12/6/07)
88. Fake window adds much needed light to bare walls – (12/8/07)
89. Satellite dishes add fine art to bad TV – (12/8/07)
90. Curtain makes it looks like you have a life – (12/9/07)
91. Pencil bench erases your butt, feels pretty nice – (12/9/07)
92. Interactive art project comments on self-absorption on the Internet – (12/10/07)
93. Chairs and benches can’t stay away from each other – (12/11/07)
94. Adding form to function, consoles take a hit – (12/11/07)
95. Wifi-Camera Obscura captures invisible signals – (12/11/07)
96. Fish get a new home in unused phone booths – (12/11/07)
97. TV game controller circuits explained – (12/11/07)
98. LEDs light up sustainable traffic island – (12/13/07)
99. Matte black design creates goth iPhone – (12/13/07)
100. Desktop in real life – (12/14/07)
101. Chat puts gaming social awkwardness into physical space – (12/14/07)
102. Vanity mirror and talk trainer for birds – (12/17/07)
103. Puzzle rug makes your home more interactive – (12/17/07)
104. Natebu creates 3D feedback and reflections in LED light – (12/17/07)
105. Hard drive shows its content on the outside – (12/19/07)
106. Cell Phone lets you use it with gloves still on – (12/19/07)
107. Air mouse initiative beats air guitar – (12/25/07)
108. Colored pencil fence makes it easier to catch burglars – (12/25/07)
109. Symphone mechanique turns junk into funk – (12/26/07)
110. Metro-Wardrive creates game levels from city access points – (12/27/07)
111. Murakami’s sculptures light up LA’s MOCA – (12/27/07)
112. USB gloves heat your hands while typing, make you nervous – (12/27/07)
113. Headphone art creates insane sound loops – (12/28/07)
114. Diamond iPhone adds bling to your conversations – (12/29/07)
115. Pipe robot doesn’t smoke a pipe – (12/30/07)
116. Hacking mice to better control cameras in 3D space – (12/31/07)
117. Apple II rocks the tv game show world – (1/1/08)
118. Turn your Wii classic controller into a Wiimote wannabe – (1/2/08)
119. Hack an alarm clock into the body of your G5 tower – (1/3/08)
120. Thought bubble shirt gives you a personality – (1/4/08)
121. AC/DC Shifter allows you to mix AC/DC tracks in real time – (1/5/08)
122. Electric MoOns turns screens into clouds – (1/6/08)
123. Exporting 3D objects into the real world – (1/12/08)
124. Flower pot rolls over when it needs water – (1/13/08)
125. Turn your home entertainment center into a relic from the past – (1/14/08)
126. Solar Ark makes its solar calculator cousins run away in fear – (1/15/08)
127. Driving down the musical highway – (1/16/08)
128. Fan chair shakes your booty – (1/16/08)
129. Otto project amplifies hidden sounds – (1/16/08)
130. Sonic Wargame joins mob rule to live performance – (1/17/08)
131. Matrix II installation makes physical space expand – (1/18/08)
132. High bench makes you wonder why there’s so little public art in the city – (1/18/08)
133. Mobile phone telescope makes your crappy phone cam into a spy cam – (1/18/08)
134. Bluebook adds tangible computing to traditional paper books – (1/19/08)
135. Football helmet guitar lets you rock out on the field – (1/20/08)
136. Guitar PC rocks out to processor performance – (1/21/08)
137. Steampunk computer brewery – (1/22/08)
138. Reconfigurable House allows visitors to create its interface – (1/22/08)
139. Walking Radar connects physical spaces to SMS messaging – (1/22/08)
140. Digital camera recreates analog tension – (1/23/08)
140. Digital camera recreates analog tension – (1/23/08)
141. Robot helps you get skinny – (1/23/08)
142. Blinking, staring eye follows you around the room – (1/24/08)
143. Lunchbox laboratory creates distributed testing zones – (1/24/08)
144. Freestyle soundhack workshop in Toronto – (1/26/08)
145. Harry, the robotic king pin “strikes” again – (1/27/08)
146. Exercise bike charges your gadgets – (1/28/08)
147. Play Xbox by tilting your controller – (1/28/08)
148. Soda bottle gas tank makes fuel conservation more obvious – (1/28/08)
149. 3D graffiti lets you literally run through a tag – (1/29/08)
150. Solar camping light stays lit for over 2 days on one charge – (1/29/08)
151. Fritzing adds PCB design to the Arduino and Processing family – (1/30/08)
152. Pollen bots scare you into thinking you don’t have hay fever – (1/30/08)
153. Neural network sculpture looks like an electronics lab gone mad – (1/31/08)
154. Web-based AVR interface for the non-wireless crowd – (1/31/08)
155. Pause button mod makes lazy gamers even lazier – (1/31/08)
156. Bench with a crank makes sure you don’t wet your pants – (2/1/08)
157. Installation built from fans and hair dryers gives out candy too – (2/1/08)
158. Cloud installation hovers between surrealism and feedback loop – (2/2/08)
159. Metabiosis creates evolving a-life ecosystem – (2/3/08)
160. Bars rise with web 2.0 popularity – (2/4/08)
161. Lamps have built in communication language – (2/5/08)
162. Build a Signboard 2 to proclaim your Valentines day message – (2/5/08)
163. Skateboard looks like cassette tape – (2/6/08)
164. Stringwalker makes VR worlds even more realistic – (2/6/08)
165. Kinetic sculpture connects bike pedals to sound creation – (2/6/08)
166. Moleskin iPod hack makes you more productive – (2/7/08)
167. Digital worry bead helps your get over your tension – (2/7/08)
168. Urban Echo turns SMS into a public event – (2/8/08)
169. Juggernaut enables plants to relax in style – (2/8/08)
170. Light circuit for additive color mixing – (2/10/08)
171. Phone to ethernet hack makes you more connected – (2/11/08)
172. DIY spectrum analyzer cleans up your wireless signals – (2/11/08)
173. MAME cabinet doubles as jukebox and internet kiosk – (2/11/08)
174. Personal helicopter lifts you above the rest – (2/12/08)
175. Build a vehicle tracker on the cheap – (2/12/08)
176. Knee dynamo could solve energy crisis – (2/12/08)
177. Automated score keeping system for darts allows you to drink more while playing – (2/13/08)
178. DIY camera array makes the Matrix run for cover – (2/13/08)
179. Giant skateboard allows you to ride with a friend – (2/13/08)
180. Reuse your walkman’s shell to hold an iPod – (2/14/08)
181. Darth Vader belt turns you into a true geek – (2/14/08)
182. Speedcabling brings out your inner genius – (2/14/08)
183. Sandwich phone gives new meaning to ordering delivery – (2/15/08)
184. How to see in tunnel vision – (2/15/08)
185. Strange light bulb actually works – (2/16/08)
186. Darth Vader hot air balloon makes you feel the force – (2/18/08)
187. Backlit water bottle promotes health and geek status – (2/19/08)
188. Build your own Bender beer brewery – (2/19/08)
189. Temporarily blind surveillance cameras – (2/20/08)
190. Open multiple beverages with only one hand – (2/20/08)
191. Turn your iPhone packaging into a pinhole camera – (2/21/08)
192. Wizkid computer dispenses with mouse and keyboard – (2/21/08)
193. Home made gas turbine cranks out the heat – (2/21/08)
194. Build a ring light for less than a night out – (2/22/08)
195. Use condoms for your next dance party – (2/23/08)
196. Quadruple layer bike improves your balance – (2/24/08)
197. iPod Touch Pixelizer turns your iPod into abstract art – (2/25/08)
198. Create and old-school arcade machine – (2/25/08)
199. Jet powered scooter gives it a big head – (2/25/08)
200. Super Breakout version allows for competitive or collaborative gaming – (2/26/08)
201. Light-Field camera makes blurry images a thing of the past – (2/26/08)
202. Make a pizza box solar oven – (2/26/08)
203. Sniff wireless video cameras with 2.4Ghz – (2/27/08)
204. Macro-Lens iPhone hardware mod – (2/27/08)
205. Create a custom bookcase for your books – (2/27/08)
206. LEGO unicycle robot keeps its balance – (2/28/08)
207. Send SMS to control Robosapiens – (2/28/08)
208. Turn your broken Rock Band kit around – (3/1/08)
209. DELO watch makes telling time fun again – (3/1/08)
210. Light bulbs and bikes make art – (3/1/08)
211. Recomputing Space adds movement and location to experiencing sound – (3/3/08)
212. Control an Etch-A-Sketch with a serial mouse sound – (3/3/08)
213. 3D images floating in the air – (3/4/08)
214. Control an RC car with a Wiimote – (3/4/08)
215. Giant volume meter relays urban noise levels – (3/4/08)
216. Mouseboy turns a Gameboy into your pointer – (3/5/08)
217. Nintendo shoe lets you play Mario on the run – (3/5/08)
218. Gesture-based sugar dispenser gets you excited – (3/5/08)
219. Build a score keeping computer with a PIC – (3/6/08)
220. MAME cabinet with built in Dreamcast – (3/6/08
221. Modify a wind sensor to be more accurate – (3/7/08)
222. Build a wireless headphone bike helmet – (3/7/08)
223. Create a wearable RFID reader on the cheap – (3/7/08)
224. Stereo photography on the cheap – (3/10/08)
225. Add some rumble to your virtual boy – (3/10/08)
226. Add a light show to your Nintendo DS – (3/10/08)
227. Build your own RCX temperature sensor – (3/11/08)
228. Do away with bulky PDA charging hardware – (3/11/08>
229. How to mod a G15 keyboard – (3/11/08)
230. Suspended cars explode onto the scene – (3/12/08)
231. #6 microcontroller packs a small punch – (3/12/08)
232. Make a custom joystick from a hacked PS2 controller – (3/12/08)
233. Print logos on your morning coffee – (3/13/08)
234. MP3 player responds to its environment – (3/13/08)
235. Turn a GameBoy Advance into a gaming console – (3/13/08)
236. Fix your sparking Powerbook adaptor – (3/14/08)
237. Guitar pedal looks like Ed Wood film – (3/14/08)
238. OLPC runs Processing and Arduino – (3/14/08)
239. Cell phone camera turned remote microscope – (3/21/08)
240. Reconfigurable house adds kinetic movement to sound design – (3/21/08)
241. Instrument made from “live” human hair – (3/22/08)
242. Power your router over its ethernet cable – (3/24/08)
243. Tennis shoes tell you if you are getting enough exercise – (3/24/08)
244. International Dance Party transforms to a booty shaking powerhouse – (3/25/08)
245. Mod your Xbox 360 to run from PC power – (3/25/08)
246. Dress up your Wii in Lego – (3/25/08)
247. Add some disco mayhem to your Xbox 360 controllers – (3/26/08)
248. Measure your car’s speed with a Wiimote – (3/26/08)
249. Build your own beats with BeatSpinner 2.0 – (3/26/08)
250. Make your own wireless network detector – (3/27/08)
251. Di.Di.Di. records and plays back itself into feedback looping precision – (3/27/08)
252. Firewinder adds LEDs to wind powered lighting – (3/27/08)
253. Excersize and make mixed drinks – (3/28/08)
254. Bag shows your emotional state and doesn’t forget your keys – (3/28/08)
255. Robot projects environmental threat levels – (3/28/08)
256. Build a BristleBot to clean up your apartment – (3/29/08)
257. Garbage Reader makes your trash a bit less hazardous – (3/31/08)
258. Use a CB radio to order a Whopper – (3/31/08)
259. Wiimote to Arduino Hack adds thumb navigation to Processing – (3/31/08)
260. NES controller Mp3 player with cartridge speakers – (4/1/08)
261. BoomBox cellphone makes portability an afterthought – (4/1/08)
262. New iLog turns light into sound – (4/1/08)
263. Beam your name on your neighbor’s house – (4/2/08)
264. PowerCube makes going green easy, but weighs too much – (4/2/08)
265. Walking ladder helps you reach new heights – (4/2/08)
266. Giant cell phone makes you the most unpopular person in the movie theater – (4/3/08)
267. Create a “StarBug” from the show “Red Dwarf” – (4/3/08)
268. Listen to the sounds of your data – (4/4/08)
269. Video installation turns extension cords into drawings – (4/5/08)
270. Homebrew paraplane functions as spy satellite – (4/7/08)
271. Turn a toy into a learning platform – (4/7/08)
272. Circuit-bent iPod turns it into an instrument of sorts – (4/7/08)
273. Robot follows the light with a ping pong ball – (4/8/08)
274. Build an MP3 player to challenge Apple – (4/8/08)
275. Portable NES that you can build – (4/8/08)
276. Send an SMS to save your house from floods – (4/9/08)
277. Robot checks your house for leaks – (4/9/08)
278. Fly like a bird with kerosene powered wings – (4/10/08)
279. Bicycle guitar gives you instant rockstar status – (4/10/08)
280. Sound objects make the walls and floors vibrate – (4/10/08)
281. Pneumatic exoskeleton makes lifting a breeze – (4/10/08)
282. Arduino based sequencer makes you “drool” – (4/11/08)
283. Give new light to your old fluorescent tube bulbs – (4/11/08)
284. Turn your flight simulator game into a mini cockpit training set – (4/12/08)
285. Home built windmill will “turn” you into eco friendly mode – (4/12/08)
286. Nintendo DS MIDI sequencer keeps the beats alive – (4/12/08)
287. Laptop stand costs less than a candy bar – (4/16/08)
288. Students build a 2,843 MPG car – (4/16/08)
289. Solar cells built into windows could change power sources forever (4/16/08)
290. Bicycle wears shoes to get you to work – (4/17/08)
291. Electric skate board moves mountains – (4/17/08)
292. Trash can robot dances like a crab – (4/17/08)
293. Pacman game path arranged into audio tape– (4/18/08)
294. Make your next PC out of glass – (4/18/08)
295. Another home brew spectrum analyzer project – (4/18/08)
296. Pedal with your neighbors to work – (4/19/08)
297. Robot avoids walls, needs to cut the caffeine – (4/21/08)
298. Become a Jedi while cleaning your house – (4/21/08)
299. Goofy Giggles gets an upgrade – (4/21/08)
300. Magnetic leaves turn your house into a greenhouse – (4/22/08)
301. Giant solar grid powers your whole neighborhood – (4/22/08)
302. Build a loop antenna from your bathroom pipes – (4/23/08)
303. Pixellated water helps conserve real water for Earth Day – (4/23/08)
304. Robot from the past plays 80s keyboards – (4/23/08)
305. Living skin breathes life into building facades – (4/24/08)
306. Bubbles of light change with the tide – (4/24/08)
307. Strut your USB drive modding skills – (4/25/08)
308. Solder free circuit building – (4/25/08)
309. Portable cell phone booth makes you seem more old school – (4/27/08)
310. Shoes provide talking points and actually talk back – (4/27/08)
311. New Tengu clone in a PCB version – (5/5/08)
312. Radio shows what your friends are listening to – (5/5/08)
313. Dance dance make-olution – (5/5/08)
314. Polar bear shelves make you run for cover – (5/6/08)
315. Fuzz Face clone rocks the house – (5/6/08)
316. Beer can coffin gets you drunk before the big sleep – (5/6/08)
317. Dipping duck orchestra lays down the beats – (5/7/08)
318. Wooden PCB drill has easy to replace parts – (5/7/08)
319. Bookshelf scans your network – (5/7/08)
320. Turn your old CDs and DVDs into LPs – (5/8/08)
321. PIC based countdown timer makes you early – (5/8/08)
322. Weird sound generator will make you ask for more – (5/8/08)
323. Sequencer made of pipes seems more authentic – (5/9/08)
324. Portable wireless backpack takes pictues and keeps you stylish – (5/9/08)
325. Step inside the plasma mug – (5/12/08)
326. Build a NES emulator from an old 486 – (5/12/08)
327. Tiny scope gives the mini a run for its money – (5/12/08)
328. Simple noisemaker annoys your neighbors – (5/13/08)
329. Portable camera obscura will not get you arrested – (5/13/08)
330. Coffin coffee table welcomes you into the afterlife cocktail party – (5/13/08)
331. Robot tractors demolish each other in a derby of sorts party – (5/14/08)
332. Linux based PIC interfacing – (5/14/08)
333. Butterfly GPS shows you the way – (5/14/08)
334. Keyboard is decontextualized into an alarm clock – (5/16/08)
335. Wood mechatronic sculpture will give you a few splinters – (5/16/08)
336. Garbage chair is more comfortable than your lazy-boy – (5/22/08)
337. Lampshade made from sunglasses is too cool for prime-time – (5/22/08)
338. Cynthcart makes music with your old gaming console – (5/22/08)
339. Augmented glove points you in the right direction – (5/23/08)
340. Sound wall substitutes bricks for noise – (5/27/08)
341. Audio cubes control the music – (5/27/08)
342. Audio sampler/mixer built from old tape reel machine – (5/27/08)
343. Hook up an Arduino to I2C – (5/28/08)
344. Ultrasonic scanner finds your neighbor’s hotspots – (5/28/08)
345. Modify an old SE into a computer monitor – (5/28/08)
346. GP3EZ based robot won’t crash – (5/29/08)
347. Giant seven segment clock provides room lighting as well – (5/30/08)
348. Traffic light design from the past uses analog thinking – (5/30/08)
349. Abyssal synth takes you to new sonic heights – (5/30/08)
350. Abyssal synth takes you to new sonic heights – (5/30/08)
351. Begging robot creates sound, asks for money – (5/31/08)
352. Missile launching robot follows the colors – (6/2/08)
353. Guitar with a replaceable heart sounds sweet – (6/2/08)
354. Visualize your music while you play it – (6/2/08)
355. New Santa Monica Pier ferris wheel sports LED illumination – (6/3/08)
356. Aircraft carrier PC mod won’t make you want to join the military – (6/3/08)
357. R2D2 toy gets a facelift – (6/3/08)
358. Build a Wiimote from utensils and pins – (6/4/08)
359. Chair controller will trick you into thinking you are actually driving – (6/4/08)
360. Illuminated climbing wall teaches you how to spell while you fall – (6/4/08)
361. David Byrne invites you to play the building – (6/5/08)
362. Hook up a Vexplorer to your PC – (6/5/08)
363. Build a robot controller for a few bucks – (6/5/08)
364. Walk through Italy on a modified treadmill – (6/6/08)
365. Emoticon mask will make you smile – (6/6/08)
366. Robot begs you to build it – (6/6/08)
367. Shoes detect wireless signals with every step – (6/8/08)
368. Plastic knife lamp cuts through the fancy – (6/9/08)
369. Modify a 3 channel transmitter into a 7 channel one – (6/9/08)
370. Tunnel built underneath the Atlantic Ocean connects up London and NYC – (6/9/08)
371. Vending machine provides release for anger – (6/10/08)
372. Build a modified SPAD3D plane – (6/10/08)
373. Air Monsters shows you how polluted your neighborhood is – (6/10/08)
374. LED spinning globe will dazzle you – (6/11/08)
375. Build your own studio apartment – (6/11/08)
376. Turn your Gameboy into something less portable – (6/11/08)
377. Dismantle and reassemble your laptop to see if you can do it – (6/12/08)
378. Revive your dead Game Boy cartridges with a new battery – (6/12/08)
379. It’s time to “overclock” your furniture – (6/12/08)
380. Wiimba combines robotics with Wii hacking – (6/13/08)
381. Nature meets data in Montreal – (6/13/08)
382. Password generator will make you look even nerdier – (6/13/08)
383. Integrate an iPod with your VW – (6/13/08)
384. Add some nostalgia to your digital photography – (6/14/08)
385. Rubix cube alarm clock won’t make you late – (6/16/08)
386. Create your own tiny Flickr frame – (6/16/08)
387. Astro Boy poster gets the ticket every time – (6/16/08)
388. Knock on wood to create the beats – (6/17/08)
389. Use a Wii Fit balance board to play WoW – (6/17/08)
390. Take a look at the world with a third eye – (6/17/08)
391. Mouse pad couch won’t give you RSI – (6/18/08)
392. Monitor your home from across the planet – (6/18/08)
393. Build your own Ambilight PC monitor – (6/18/08)
394. Wii-PC will not make you fit – (6/19/08)
395. Origami folding robot will also remove your spleen – (6/19/08)
396. LilyPad Arduino meets XBee radios for a chat – (6/19/08)
397. Wear your Wii and create some noise – (6/20/08)
398. Ghetto drive gives new meaning to homebrew – (6/20/08)
399. Noise box will scare you and the neighbor’s cat – (6/20/08)
400. Internet dating wedding cakes get you hitched – (6/22/08)
401. Biophonitos breathes new life to zoetropes – (6/23/08)
402. Add MIDI to your TV dinner – (6/23/08)
403. Figure out how to crack Sony’s PS2 controller code logically – (6/23/08)
404. Sonic Picnic will make you hungry for more – (6/24/08)
405. Build an NES controller into your car’s engine – (6/24/08)
406. Wooden Neo Geo controller – (6/24/08)
407. Add your own images to other people’s photos with the Image Fulgurator – (6/25/08)
408. Kosmoscope will abstractly inform you of an earthquake – (6/25/08)
409. Turn your toaster oven into a soldering machine – (6/25/08)
410. Build a microwave antenna from household parts – (6/26/08)
411. Robotic water snake will make you nervous in the pool – (6/26/08)
412. Soft bread board creates a kinder gentler circuit – (6/26/08)
413. Wave Synth 2.0 adds sound to watery chaos – (6/27/08)
414. Light up your room with some citrus – (6/27/08)
415. Metrocard bicycle will not fit in the turnstyles – (6/27/08)
416. Increase the broadcast range of your RC car with some aluminum foil – (6/27/08)
417. Reflect table helps enlighten the conversation foil – (6/28/08)
418. Record player turned into train tracks while its needle drives over them – (6/30/08)
419. LightCoder will help you survive urban chaos – (6/30/08)
420. Build a dancing game that uses your hands instead of your feetover them – (6/30/08)
421. Robotic saxophone player will hit the notes feetover them – (7/1/08)
422. Mobile Wii station might make you seem like a hypocrite – (7/1/08)
423. Use a DMX to control your lights – (7/1/08)
424. Transparent Headphones will enable you to hear the important stuff – (7/2/08)
425. Swirling electronics installation mimics Las Vegas chaos – (7/2/08)
426. Robot greets people in public spaces in six languages – (7/2/08)
427. Recycled plastic bottle sculptures resemble sea creatures – (7/3/08)
428. Cheap oscilloscope built from Arduino and Processing – (7/3/08)
429. PSP hack mixes live sound editing and collection with GPS navigation – (7/3/08)
430. Build a custom volume pedal for your synth – (7/7/08)
431. Use a Wii Fit balance board to control a robot in the real world – (7/7/08)
432. Robotic arm will Digg stories around the clock – (7/7/08)
433. Cell phone art meets furniture – (7/10/08)
434. Arduino POV device will not break the bank – (7/10/08)
435. Illuminated UFO lights up the skyline – (7/11/08)
436. Robotic arm rotates plants in the sun’s direction – (7/11/08)
437. Thermocouple project won’t get you burnt – (7/14/08)
438. Add mood lighting to your Xbox controller ports – (7/14/08)
439. Old tech remixes Radiohead’s “Nude” – (7/14/08)
440. Watercool your PC for a few bucks – (7/15/08)
441. Device interrupts you on cue – (7/15/08)
442. Make doc Brown proud and build a time machine – (7/15/08)
443. Car mod looks like it was melted by the sun – (7/16/08)
444. Glowing VHS tape USB hub will make you remember the good old days – (7/16/08)
445. Build your own iPod speaker set – (7/16/08)
446. Foldable greenhouse will make you the envy of the balcony – (7/17/08)
447. Turn your old lamps into spy gear – (7/17/08)
448. Add pitch bends to your old walkman – (7/18/08)
449. Obnoxious noise maker will scare your neighbors – (7/18/08)
450. Neural network sculpture made from sticks and fishing weights – (7/18/08)
451. Inflatable car solves the energy crisis – (7/21/08)
452. Film animals in the wild without being there – (7/21/08)
453. Turn your point and shoot into a time lapse camera – (7/21/08)
454. Send GPS data to your computer without a microcontroller – (7/22/08)
455. Gloves warn you of the outside temperature – (7/22/08)
456. Homebrew iPod remote allows for easy control for the visually impaired – (7/22/08)
457. Build a PICAXE robot rover – (7/23/08)
458. Artbus enables prototyping distributed electronic projects – (7/23/08)
459. Rug-Bug crawls around your house – (7/23/08)
460. Silence your computer’s loud internal fans – (7/24/08)
461. Add light to your Xbox’s volume control knob – (7/24/08)
462. Revive your lost memories from an electronic wire recorder – (7/24/08)
463. Build a mini radio antenna – (7/25/08)
464. Add cymbals to your Rock Band kit – (7/25/08)
465. Replace the cells in your old G3 powerbook battery – (7/25/08)
466. String can public phone will soon replace your cellphone – (7/30/08)
467. Bent Pikachu looks like punk rocker – (7/30/08)
468. LED color organ lights up the party – (7/30/08)
469. Darth Vader masks compose a dark symphony – (7/31/08)
470. Hack a security camera with a helium balloon – (7/31/08)
471. Hilltop speaker lets you project your voice from your cell phone throughout the land – (7/31/08)
472. Wrap your cords up before someone trips on them – (8/01/08)
473. Film integrates itself onto grain silos – (8/01/08)
474. Southstar makes the Vegas strip look tame – (8/01/08)
475. Parasitic mobile wearable device spreads its message to others – (8/02/08)
476. Wash your clothes with the dirt blocking power of Windows OS – (8/04/08)
477. A wireless sensor network grows in London – (8/04/08)
478. Levelhead code released under GPL – (8/04/08)
479. Modify a webcam into a space telescope – (8/05/08)
480. NES DVD player mod – (8/05/08)
481. OLED watch looks just like the original – (8/05/08)
482. Build a DIY CO2 reactor – (8/06/08)
483. Build your own router table – (8/06/08)
484. Sculpture gives illusion of inifinite sides – (8/06/08)
485. Autonomous bot uses pencil erasers as bumpers – (8/07/08)
486. Segway gets a BigFoot facelift – (8/07/08)
487. Build a blind spot detection system for your car – (8/07/08)
488. Don’t just play Guitar Hero, build your own – (8/08/08)
489. Wooden MP3 player won’t give you splinters – (8/08/08)
490. Line is not your typical clock – (8/08/08)
491. Handbag project integrates live video and sound broadcasting – (8/11/08)
492. Billboard made of dice will increase your chances of seeing it – (8/11/08)
493. Homebrew flashlight adds a new star to the galaxy – (8/11/08)
494. Subtext visualizes network protocols through sequenced lights – (8/12/08)
495. Transform old console joysticks into sound machines – (8/12/08)
496. Flower vase provides a soundtrack to the current state of the plant it holds – (8/12/08)
497. Open source serial to MIDI converter frees your Arduino to talk MIDI – (8/13/08)
498. Cellphone piano lets you call while jamming – (8/13/08)
499. CotBots will sense your space and dial home about it – (8/13/08)
500. MacBS2 lets you program your Basic Stamp in OSX – (8/14/08)
501. GarageRemote lets you get MIDI easily into GarageBand – (8/14/08)
502. Wiimote mod adds LEDs to your rumble – (8/14/08)
503. Bottle cap lighter mod will probably not score you points – (8/15/08)
504. Project reads local C02 levels and displays them through chalk formations – (8/15/08)
505. Wooden cellphone case mod will give you splinters – (8/18/08)
506. TouchKit brings multitouch to the masses – (8/18/08)
507. Add more focus to your space explorations – (8/18/08)
508. Homebrew monome is not your average instrument – (8/20/08)
509. Bread circuit board blinks LEDs until eaten – (8/20/08)
510. Itspace makes itself heard across both the gallery and life itself – (8/20/08)
511. Monome clone built with Arduino will make you believe – (8/21/08)
512. Wind project manipulates nature into sound synthesis – (8/21/08)
513. OId ps/2 mouse meets cd player tray – (8/22/08)
514. Cardboard car improvements make it more aerodynamic – (8/22/08)
515. Walk around Google’s street view with a Wii Fit – (8/22/08)
516. Play snake on a Monome – (8/25/08)
517. PC mod uses an old CD spindle for coolant – (8/25/08)
518. Pocket sound performer will turn you into an instant DJ – (8/25/08)
519. Solar necktie will probably not make you give up your wall power – (8/26/08)
520. Run around world of warcraft on a homebrew treadmill – (8/27/08)
521. Self-assembling robots will rescue survivors from disasters – (8/27/08)
522. Portable record player will let you be a DJ in the wild – (8/27/08)
523. PS2 casemod looks like a door to another planet – (8/28/08)
524. RC helicopter shoots steadycam like photos from the air – (8/28/08)
525. Elmo guitar hero mod lets kids rock with the best of them – (8/28/08)
526. Brainloop allows you to mentally navigate Google earth – (8/29/08)
527. Project uses old telephony mechanism to connect people online – (8/29/08)
528. Robotic brick laying system ensures light and airflow to plants – (9/2/08)
529. LED matrix projector creates simple room ambiance – (9/2/08)
530. Oscillator cabinets turn yarn into sound – (9/2/08)
531. Reuse an iPod LCD – (9/3/08)
532. Hyperlink turns cursors into yarn – (9/3/08)
533. Build a frequency generator on the cheap – (9/3/08)
534. Wireless scooter lets you wardrive from the fast lane – (9/4/08)
535. Light casing made from a sculpture of the sound waves it emits – (9/4/08)
536. Anti bump device for car doors keeps you scratch free – (9/4/08)
537. QR code dress will let you scan potential mates – (9/5/08)
538. To the Viktor goes the chalk – (9/9/08)
539. Plant camoflages solar panels in its leaves – (9/9/08)
540. Giant mouse pointer hand will point you in the right direction – (9/9/08)
541. Cockroach bot is ultra sensitive to the touch – (9/10/08)
542. Build your own RFID Arduino shield – (9/10/08)
543. Rebrand your iPod the old fashioned way – (9/10/08)
544. Spy Box shows you the way, literally – (9/15/08)
545. Modded telephone turns your voice into a space alien chipmunk – (9/15/08)
546. Traffic light control circuit will lead you in the right direction – (9/15/08)
547. Scratch the Internet’s finest jingles like a real DJ – (9/16/08)
548. Robot partner reinvents autonomous furniture – (9/16/08)
549. Robot partner reinvents autonomous furniture – (9/16/08)
550. Wearable chair is inflated as you walk – (9/17/08)
551. Balance a ball on servo controlled touchscreens – (9/17/08)
552. Old PCs make a sunset on the wall – (9/17/08)
553. Audience installation creates a spectacle with rotating mirrors – (9/18/08)
554. Spinning sphere emulates planet’s magnetic fields – (9/18/08)
555. Robotic rabbit tells you when your plants are dry – (9/18/08)
556. Build your own laser tag system – (9/19/08)
557. Franklinator adds vintage to vintage – (9/19/08)
558. Mod a toy missle launcher for longer range – (9/19/08)
559. Rythm Ring re-invents (again) tangible sound creation – (9/22/08)
560. Songbike changes its tune based on your destination – (9/22/08)
561. EMF bracelet will alert you when it’s not safe – (9/22/08)
562. Defeat aliens with a laser pointer – (9/23/08)
563. I2C Interface allows for simple LCD connectivity – (9/23/08)
564. Hack the Esquire magazine e-ink cover – (9/23/08)
565. Capacitor bank will discharge in a hurry – (9/24/08)
566. Bots wander around aimlessly and then mate – (9/24/08)
567. Build an LED candle that flickers – (9/24/08)
568. Robots exhibit stressful states – (9/25/08)
569. Bottle greenhouse adds sustainibility to harvesting – (9/25/08)
570. Robot legs shows degrees of flexibility – (9/25/08)
571. Cycle generates power to light itself and more – (9/26/08)
572. Ball of batteries cools and forms organic object – (9/26/08)
573. WowPod melts and inflates the iPod – (9/29/08)
574. Homebrew amps and guitars built by kids – (9/29/08)
575. Artwork crackles with patchbay architecture – (9/29/08)
576. House plant measures the economic wellness of Home Depot – (9/30/08)
577. Build a simple LED caselight – (9/30/08)
578. Generate house music with the number Pi – (9/30/08)
579. Build an LED lighthouse – (10/1/08)
580. Sail across the Pacific ocean on discarded water bottles – (10/1/08)
581. Bottlecap lamp will impress your friends and save the planet – (10/1/08)
582. Gameboy theremin will space out your Donkey Kong tracks – (10/2/08)
583. Rotating silhouettes create dialogue space – (10/2/08)
584. Play guitar with your tube lights – (10/2/08)
585. Build a spy bug with off the shelf parts – (10/3/08)
586. Computer costume from the 80s will make you revisit DOS – (10/3/08)
587. Typewriter robots get a facelift – (10/6/08)
588. New ZigBee sports ARM architecture – (10/6/08)
590. Browse the web from your rotary phone – (10/6/08)
591. Build your own glowing butterfly wings costume – (10/7/08)
592. Bugging the real world – (10/7/08)
593. Arduino shield triggers a gameboy with any MIDI device – (10/7/08)
594. Arduino AVR library for EAGLE – (10/8/08)
595. Build a keyboard from an old typewriter – (10/8/08)
596. Assign Internet radio stations to individual plugs – (10/8/08)
597. Chair made from growing crystals will (hopefully) support your back – (10/9/08)
598. System lets your plants blog their daily existence – (10/9/08)
599. Build a theramin from an old alarm clock – (10/9/08)
600. Visualize all of the pins on your Arduino in real-time – (10/10/08)
601. Installation uses the sound of old record players to make noise – (10/10/08)
602. Shade Pixel turns spandex into display – (10/10/08)
603. USB floppy disk brings back memory from the past – (10/13/08)
604. Wooden cellphone will not give you splinters – (10/13/08)
605. Giant spider will make your halloween special – (10/13/08)
606. Giant spider will make your halloween special – (10/13/08)
607. Corvette morphs into the Bat-mobile – (10/14/08)
608. Transformers built from cars will take over the parking lot – (10/14/08)
609. Amazing wood sculptures look just like the real thing – (10/14/08)
610. Pedal powered guitar takes to the streets – (10/16/08)
611. Electric motorcycle will get you there to build another one – (10/16/08)
612. Hand puppet instruments help illustrate musical theory – (10/16/08)
613. Minimal Arduino board resembles a sandal – (10/17/08)
614. Transform the trash into something beautiful – (10/17/08)
615. Mask tells others which subway stop you need to get off and prompts them to wake you up – (10/18/08)
616. Old typewriter morphs into retro piano – (10/20/08)
617. Another way to control an R/C car with an iPhone – (10/20/08)
618. Planter will find the sun for its plants – (10/20/08)
619. Introducing the latest Arduino board – (10/20/08)
620. Glasses allow for color customization – (10/21/08)
621. Human powered sunset will get you in the mood – (10/21/08)
622. Giant sculpture expands and contracts like the oceans – (10/21/08)
623. Text to speech installation makes “telephone” seem easy – (10/22/08)
624. Arduino does 3D – (10/22/08)
625. ARFID flower will sense your environment – (10/23/08)
626. Political pumpkins will scare the kids away even more – (10/23/08)
627. Music made from discarded objects rocks – (10/23/08)
628. Pump water by walking to work – (10/24/08)
629. Electronic labels will remember your stuff so you don’t have to – (10/24/08)
630. Lamps transform to fit their natural habitat – (10/24/08)
631. The sound o play is amplified with cups – (10/27/08)
632. Control a rave with your iPhone – (10/28/08)
633. Make your mice and keyboards talk serial and vice versa – (10/28/08)
634. LilyPad Arduino XBee mashup ready for prime-time – (10/28/08)
635. Knit Macintosh brings back the good old days – (10/29/08)
636. Arduino gets greener with a Solio – (10/29/08)
637. Old newspapers make great seating – (10/29/08)
638. Magic mirror lets you paint on your reflection in real time – (10/30/08)
639. Instead of moving, let your house do it for you – (10/30/08)
640. Loop spins rope out of control – (10/30/08)
641. How to build a modular AVR synth – (10/31/08)
642. Spray paint jumps into the real world – (10/31/08)
643. Wind Tree will turn wind into turntablism – (10/31/08)
644. Mouse evolves into winged creature – (11/4/08)
645. Fetchbot takes care of your dog with a little help – (11/4/08)
646. Umbrella stand will water your plants – (11/4/08)
646. Fetchbot takes care of your dog with a little help – (11/4/08)
647. Mod your Famicom for better video output quality – (11/5/08)
648. Record your heatbeat for the neighborhood to see – (11/5/08)
649. Urban objects morph into the surrounding scenery – (11/6/08)
650. Bicycles revolt and succumb to art – (11/6/08)
651. Chain of watches creates a simple time sculpture – (11/7/08)
652. Mobile bench will make it easier to move around your deck furniture – (11/7/08)
653. Step inside the Machine – (11/7/08)
654. Music boxes create harmonious sounds – (11/10/08)
655. Light up your plexiglas edges – (11/10/08)
656. Mod a laptop power supply into a USB plug – (11/11/08)
657. Rewire and customize a Fender Mustang guitar – (11/11/08)
658. Digital mirror changes you into a painting when you approach – (11/11/08)
659. Giant pinata takes a wrecking ball to open it – (11/12/08)
660. Soil lamp burns LEDs and wants to be a plant – (11/12/08)
661. “C3 Loops” rocks the touchscreen world – (11/12/08)
662. 3D bodies made from photos and foam – (11/13/08)
663. Live performance turns performers into audio controllers – (11/13/08)
664. Banana chandelier will make you go ape – (11/13/08)
665. Plant made of power cords will not shock you – (11/14/08)
666. Make your own Google map marker for your house – (11/14/08)
667. Sew sound waves onto your clothes – (11/14/08)
668. Smart car turned into a monster – (11/17/08)
669. Visualize the sun’s patterns with a roving robotic instrument – (11/17/08)
670. Breath bra records your daily breathing patterns – (11/17/08)
671. Gameboy gets implanted inside a TI-83 series calculator – (11/18/08)
672. Build a MIDI clock to sync to a Gameboy on the cheap – (11/18/08)
673. Street crossing lines turned into memorial – (11/18/08)
674. Lights bloom in Cornwall – (11/19/08)
675. Hockey playing robot looks meaner than Gretsky – (11/19/08)
676. Add a trumpet to your tailpipe – (11/19/08)
677. Build a three penny radio that costs more than three pennies – (11/20/08)
678. Robotic eagle plays baseball – (11/20/08)
679. Modify a MiniPOV into an AVR programmer – (11/20/08)
680. PC blasts off into outer space – (11/21/08)
681. Entire NES stuffed into its cartridge kinda makes you cry – (11/21/08)
682. Treadmill morphs into a vehicle – (11/24/08)
683. 3D sculpture of human MRI is very angular – (11/24/08)
684. iPhone fetches itself – (11/26/08)
685. Human puppet is triggered by impulses – (11/26/08)
686. Giant inflatable octopus – (11/26/08)
687. Game of life materialized in light and sound art – (11/27/08)
688. Door drips into real space – (12/01/08)
689. Bird houses disguised as CCTV cameras – (12/01/08)
690. N64 crammed into a Wii will not make you nostalgic – (12/01/08)
691. VideoMan releases protest art onto city streets – (12/02/08)
692. Sticks find their own alignment over time – (12/02/08)
693.RF controlled paintball machine – (12/02/08)
694.Man turns himself into a puddle to protest climate change – (12/03/08)
695. Guitar Hero turned into a bike ride – (12/03/08)
696.Robotic bugs become spy bugs – (12/03/08)
697.Solar lantern stays on 24/7 – (12/04/08)
698.Clocks create letters when synced – (12/04/08)
699. Drawing machine creates to the beats – (12/04/08)
700.Canoe paddles itself out of trouble – (12/05/08)
701.Robot cleans your windows like an ice rink – (12/05/08)
702.The lost city of Atlantis made from used plastic food containers – (12/08/08)
703. Wave pool built from steel and motors looks natural – (12/08/08)
704. Loudspeaker turned into cuckoo clock rocks the party – (12/08/08)
705. Lightbulb floats in midair and lights up – (12/09/08)
706. Replace bulbs with LEDs on your Gameboy – (12/09/08)
707. Robot crashes through the wall and still uses DOS – (12/09/08)
708. Lamps take root in the forest – (12/10/08)
709. Dome creates music from hand gestures – (12/10/08)
710. Phone scratches vinyl records with the best of them – (12/10/08)
711. Old CD/DVD drives comment on web 2.0 network interaction – (12/11/08)
712. Measuring tapes align to form pyramid – (12/11/08)
713. Revolving door in Netherlands train station generates power per revolution – (12/11/08)
714. Worlds first music video shot on iPhone? maybe – (12/12/08)
715. Birthday cake made into the shape of camera will make you happy to gain a year – (12/12/08)
716. Installation deals with binary logic and the absurd – (12/15/08)
717. Tesla coil car protection system will fry any thief – (12/15/08)
718. Giant wooden cage traps tourists – (12/15/08)
719. Virtual worlds and physical space collide – (12/16/08)
720. Mario room will make you want to be a kid again – (12/16/08)
721. Kinetic sculpture uses analog wires and pulleys to generate fluid motion – (12/16/08)
722. Remote control made to be more “hu – (12/17/08)
723. Holiday card made of microwaves will brighten your nights – (12/17/08)
724. Umbrella lights up brighter the harder the rain falls – (12/17/08)
725. Circuit bent Casio keyboard makes some noise – (12/18/08)
726. Web 2.0 out in the wild – (12/18/08)
727. Collar system will save your pet from drowning and locate them at night – (12/18/08)
728. Add MIDI to a GameBoy Advance SP – (12/19/08)
729. NYC skyline built from playing cards – (12/19/08)
730. ARToolKit makes it to the iPhone – (12/22/08)
731. Student replaces wires with antennas to increase iPhone’s battery life x 12 – (12/23/08)
732. Sound sculpture pummels you into the ground – (12/24/08)
733. Crazy Xmas light show built with a BS2 – (12/25/08)
734. Fold your old school video game consoles back to life – (12/26/08)
735. Wireless MIDI guitar rocks you out of bed – (12/29/08)
736. Portal transports you into 1980s retro rock ambience – (12/30/08)
737. Mario inspired flowerpots ready to bloom – (12/31/08)
738. Totem pole made from audio machines of the past – (01/01/09)
739. Colony adds iPhone connectivity to networked sound sculptures – (01/02/09)
740. Robot kit spins around uncontrollably – (01/05/09)
741. Electronics are much friendlier when soft – (01/05/09)
742. USB powered soldering iron helps you do projects on the road – (01/05/09)
743. Giant head made from snow – (01/06/09)
744. Brushes turns your iPhone into a canvas – (01/06/09)
745. Installation made from 300K illuminated candles will not set off the smoke alarm – (01/07/09)
746. Stealth project mixes sound creation with 3D lighting effects – (01/07/09)
747. Installation controlled by Blackberry creates ambient sounds from incoming email – (01/07/09)
748. Pyramid made from hundreds of beer cans will be trounced on super bowl sunday – (01/08/09)
749. Interactive architecture project detects presence and serves as an SMS message board – (01/08/09)
750. Physical pixels attack local neighborhood – (01/08/09)
751. Green cellphone biodegrades after two years – (01/09/09)
752. Wooden data sculpture shows global GDP – (01/09/09)
753. Project tracks visitors and creates room ambience – (01/12/09)
754. Skateboard shows its bone structure – (01/12/09)
755. Modified beacon lights create immersive light environment – (01/12/09)
756. Array and Constellation projects create forests of light in public space – (01/13/09)
757. Shine a light around Yokohama to hear the city – (01/13/09)
758. Chandelier made of cash might make the recession go by easier – (01/13/09)
759. Installation listens, processes, and feeds back audio into the room – (01/14/09)
760. MIT Media Lab’s Leah Buechley speaks about Lilypad Arduino and more – (01/14/09)
761. Build your own Mr.Fusion and say goodbye to rising gas prices – (01/14/09)
762. Electric trike is better than your hybrid – (01/15/09)
763. Camera hat gets you out of family tech support trauma – (01/15/09)
764. Arduino-controlled DAC creates the beats – (01/15/09)
765. Build your own tube amplifier – (01/16/09)
766. Recycled speakers and tangled wires make beautiful music – (01/16/09)
767. Thousands of shopping carts stake out the parking lot – (01/19/09)
768. City thoughts show up in giant bubbles – (01/19/09)
769. Paper sculptures turn ordinary space into organic matter – (01/19/09)
770. Project enclosures that are nicer than the projects they contain – (01/20/09)
771. Extend your camera’s flash cord with a CAT5 network cable – (01/20/09)
772. Balloon weaves webs through controlled magnetism – (01/20/09)
773. Sound installation uses its own force to create vibrations and feedback – (01/21/09)
774. Reuseum will inspire you to Make cool stuff – (01/22/09)
775. Plastic polygon man watches your every move – (01/22/09)
776. A river of light illuminates from above – (01/22/09)
777. Umbrellas bloom in the neighborhood – (01/23/09)
778. Sound installation is controlled by air hockey mallets – (01/23/09)
779. Giant Monome invades your local electronic music show – (01/23/09)
780. Beacon tracks your position and sheds light on the room – (01/25/09)
781. Laptop Orchestra provides ambience and control to participants – (01/26/09)
782. iPhone app will help you deconstruct the Rubix cub – (01/26/09)
783. Hack lets you look someone directly in the eyes through your laptop camera – (01/26/09)
784. Toothbrush made of tiny people cleans your teeth better than mouthwash – (01/27/09)
785. Motorcycle made from woven baskets wont burn rubber – (01/27/09)
786. Pirate radio project joins graffiti artists with cellphones – (01/27/09)
787. Bike instrument will take over the solo – (01/28/09)
788. Portable USB charger will make you never miss a beat – (01/28/09)
789. Magnetic drum system can teach you how to play it – (01/28/09)
790. Plastic lunch bags made to look like mold will save your lunch – (01/29/09)
791. Shake and turn to advance the MP3 track – (01/29/09)
792. Obama portrait drawn on an Etch-A-Sketch – (01/29/09)
793. Build an inexpensive cave surveying apparatus – (01/30/09)
794. Lamps made from recycled cardboard will illuminate your world – (01/30/09)

MAKE Interviews/ Features

1. Modding consumer electronics devices into DJ tools with Gijs Gieskes – (01/07/08)
2. DIY video mixers and more with Karl Klomp – (04/28/08)

Neural

1. Totemobile makes Transformers seem tame– (4/9/08)
2. P2P Art, making scarcity a thing of the past.– (4/22/08)
3. Wiki, who’s that Wikipedia editor?– (5/10/08)
4. Listen to the sounds of your heartstrings– (6/17/08)
5. Real Snail Mail turns email into slower email– (6/20/08)
6. Graphite Sequencer rocks the analog world – (7/09/08)
7. Motion-Extraction-Reanimation Series, a difference perspective on film classics– (8/23/08)
8. Double-Taker (Snout), surveillance meeting humor and randomness– (9/30/08)
9. Goldbergian Voting Machine, analog voting machine reinvents modular computing– (10/07/08)
10. Tantalum Memorial, honoring those who died in coltan wars– (11/19/08)
11. Digestive Table, eating your leftovers so you don’t have to– (01/28/09)
12. Thumbarumba, turning the ordinary web into a textual treasure hunt– (02/20/09)
13. TimeStopper, Stop time like a “Hero”– (03/13/09)
14. Dead Pixel in Google Earth, hacking satellite maps one pixel at a time– (04/01/09)
15. Suffering Machine, a robot suffering for your grief – (05/06/09)
16. SNetless, turning ad-hoc networks into homebrew ubiquity. – (07/27/09)
17. Amagatana, bringing virtual fights into the physical world – (09/09/09)
18. Pirate Kiosk, pirating the Internet in off-line mode – (09/29/09)
19. Can’t You See I’m Busy, playing at work without feeling guilty – (10/19/09)
20. Curious Displays, digital display becomes part of the house – (6/04/10)

Creative Applications
1. Yellow Tail [iPhone, iPad, openFrameworks] – (1/03/11)

The Creators Project
1. Picture This—Reinventing The Camera As A Social And Anti-Technological Object – (5/16/12)

2. “Art That’s All On Your Head” – (12/21/12)

De:Bug
1. Report from NUMER 2002 – (11/02)

I.D. Magazine:
1. Various Website Reviews – (11/99 – present)

For all other Conference/ Festival Reports please see my reports page:
Jonah Brucker-Cohen – Conference / Festival Reports