Pupils built drawing robots to create sketchy and organic looking drawings as a hands-on physical-making approach to web design.
Students extracted information from a plasma ball, lazers and cameras connected to computers running Artificial Intelligence algorithms.
Stuart Moore uses AI and animation to suggest what your data self looks like on the other side of the screen.
The links and content are highlighted through animations, drawing focus towards these elements, moving the focus back to the construction.
My first digital artworks were all websites, and I’m part of the generation that learned to code from Myspace and Neopets.
Toggler for Schools is an opportunity for young people to participate in an creative coding competition to create a brand new look for our website.
Toggler may make the website illegible but I hope it reminds visitors that the experience of browsing the Internet is more than the four big websites we visit daily.
I kind of daydream about having a World Wide Web that is dominated by artistic experiences instead of for corporate purposes.
I’ve been describing the Toggler project to friends as like having guest ales at a pub. The architecture stays the same but the sensory element changes.
It was interesting to come across problems that aren’t ‘googleable’ since you apply techniques in a way they aren’t made for.