Friday, March 07, 2008

Julius Popp


Bit.fall é um projecto artístico criado por Julius Popp onde este usa pingos de àgua controlados para criar uma cascata de palavras e imagens.
Popp describes bi.fall como uma "metáfora à inundação incessante de informação a que somos expostos"

Bit.fall is a project created by Julius Popp where he uses controlled drips of water to create a waterfall of words and images.
Popp describes bit.fall as a “metaphor for the incessant flood of information we are exposed to.”


Via: Pan-dan

2 comments:

himem said...

espetacular!

lynn dunham said...

Although the conceptual use of this technology is the genius of Popp, The technology for graphical waterfalls was developed in the seventies by Steven Pevnick. Let's stay tuned to see what happens with the use of this patented technology.