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Displaying items by tag: Art

Nanoleaf continues its march in making the most creative and customisable smart lighting solutions possible with the Nanoleaf Lines Squared.

Creative event company AGB Events produced and delivered a travelling installation on famous Alice to Darwin train "The Ghan" with the help of technical partner Novatech Creative Event Technology and a Fujifilm Z5000 projector in a stunning event that is now Ghan, but not forgotten.

Published in Business IT

With many people still in lockdowns and working from home in various parts of the world, Apple has decided to take its "Today at Apple" sessions virtual, with Apple's YouTube channel the place to see episodes, starting with a Peanuts art class, along with a separate Ted Lasso fan art session in just over a week.

Published in Home Tech
Friday, 12 February 2021 07:37

ACMI reopens after digital transformation

ACMI, Australia's national museum of screen culture, has reopened after at $40 million redevelopment.

Published in Entertainment

What's on today at Apple? Its new [AR]T Walk sessions feature works by leading contemporary artists, curated in partnership with the New Museum, "offered at Apple Stores around the world".

Published in iPhone

Meural, meural on the wall, whose artful canvas is the fairest of all? Well, Netgear's Meural Canvas brings the world's art to your home, while we can speak well of its top-notch routers and Alexa Orbi speaker.

Published in Home Tech

Samsung Electronics Australia has announced the grand opening of “The Frame Gallery”, where shoppers will be treated to a stunning collection of local and international artworks on its impressive “The Frame” TV.

Published in Home Tech

The year 2017 is the Chinese "Year of the Rooster", and tech21 is crowing loudly over its nifty new iPhone 7 and 7 Plus case design by "eminent Chinese pop artist" Jacky Tsai.

Published in Home Tech

Intel has integrated its "breakthrough technology with amazing experiences" to help deliver the must-see BJORK DIGITAL exhibition with Carriageworks.

Published in Entertainment

What is art? You might just find yourself second-guessing your answer to that question after a screenshot of a 4chan post dissecting the nature of art earned over $90,900 in an eBay auction.

Published in Home Tech
Saturday, 15 June 2013 09:18

Aussie team wins Apple Design Award

Procreate for iPad received a coveted Apple Design Award at WWDC in San Francisco, and iTWire sat down for a beer with two of the guys behind it, James Cuda and Lloyd Bottomley.

Published in People Moves
Friday, 18 March 2011 10:41

Dell pops your top with Inspiron R

Interchangeable lids are the big feature of Dell's new notebook line.

Published in Home Tech

Nintendo Australia has announced an event for the more artistic residents of Sydney. The company is inviting aspiring artists to a free outdoor art class to be hosted by artist Mika Uzton Popov, the grandson of The Sydney Opera House's designer, Jørn Utzon.

Published in Entertainment

You'll sometimes hear Apple's industrial designs described as works of art. Sometimes that's exactly what they are turned into.

Published in Core Dump
Friday, 30 October 2009 08:22

Lose/Lose: Art, malware, or both?

Where is the boundary between art and malware? A Mac OS X game puts real files on the firing line.

Published in Core Dump
Sunday, 01 February 2009 21:13

Frizions: Painting a polarizing image of ice

NASA astrophysicist Peter Wasilewski studies the magnetic properties of meteorites and Moon and Earth rocks. However, after work he switches from rocks to ice, where he becomes a Frizion artist. A Frizion is an image of ice that is taken with polarizing light. Wasilewski calls it "Painting with light on a canvas of ice."

Published in Space
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