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June 30, 2013
http://www.bonoboblogs.org/imported/re-discovering-muramasa/

Re-discovering Muramasa

The recent re-release of the Wii game Muramasa on the Vita is a good opportunity to re-discover this hidden gem.

I bought the game back when it came out on the Wii. After a cursory glance, it has been sitting in my backlog ever since. So I used the pretext of the recent release to double-dip on [...]

June 27, 2013
http://www.bonoboblogs.org/imported/next-digital-soiree-5th-july-2013/

Next Digital Soirée -5th july 2013

We are currently preparing the next Digital Soirée in our space in Düsseldorf. Friend Stefan Riebel will be our guest. More information @ http://www.perisphere.de/projekte/digital-soiree-prasentiert-stefan-riebel-myspam

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http://mrgn.de/digital-soiree
Freitag, 05. Juli 2013
19.00 Uhr
Kirchfeldstraße 112, Düsseldorf

http://stefanriebel.de
http://myspam.stefanriebel.de/
http://www.i-a-m.tk/


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brand new stuff http://www.41c3f3.net/

new page online http://www.41c3f3.net/ – it is inspired by stefan riebels http://www.e43517.net/ who has already started a new collaboration based on it http://41c3f3.e43517.net/

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June 1, 2013
http://www.bonoboblogs.org/imported/projection-mapping-at-make-munich-2013/

Projection Mapping at Make Munich 2013

Finally the video from the Make Munich projection mapping has arrived… *blink, blink*

Here you can see, what we made already one month ago at the Make Munich Maker Fair. It is a showcase of the current development of the projection-mapping project at Dingfabrik in April 2013. The project is developed by Alexander Speckmann (mostly the logistics and material parts) and Martin “Nodepond” Wisniowski (mostly the code-parts).

The new features in this version are a) beat sync abilities of the projection mapping, b) new ways to program content on the projection mapping with a simplified API (still in development), c) interaction. For interaction we used a MaKey MaKey and some fresh fruits to play various programs on the figure. The kids loved it!

The current work-in-progress mini-site about the projection mapping tool “Sentinel” can be found at http://sentinel.nodepond.com. The papertoy was designed by Nick Knite.

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