brandnewnoise by richard upchurch

Exhibit

Handheld wooden recording gadgets made in Brooklyn. With their simple face designs, these tiny works of art combine the feel of a retro handmade toy and a low-fi audio quality reminiscent of cassette tape recorders.


Scattered Light

Exhibit

528 26' lengths of fluorescent flagging tape that play with the space, light, color and perception of NYSCI's Rotunda. The piece exemplifies the maker spirit with all simple and inexpensive materials. On view through 9/13/15.


Geometric Figurative Art Exhibit

Exhibit

Patterns are not always what we think they are, or by any means flat. Using the titles of each India Ink on paper piece, discover the artists' intention. Created by Karl Szilagi, member of the NYSCI Exhibits Team.


Don Cornelius

Exhibit

Don Cornelius is a sheet metal centipede sculpture comprised of individual units the have motors inside them to help the Don keep the beat. Created by Karl Szilagi, member of the NYSCI Exhibits team.





SITU Studio

Exhibit

Situ Studio, a Brooklyn-based fabrication shop and design studio, will present a documentary detailing their process and making of NYSCI's newest exhibit, Design Lab. Photo credit: John Muggenborg


SciPlay

Exhibit

The Picture Dots app invites young children to take pictures and label them with interactive dots that add color, text, music and sound. GeniGames is a computer based game that teaches kids about genetics by breeding dragons.



Making is Design

Presenter

SITU Studio will present the process of designing, fabricating, and installing the new 10,000 sq ft permanent exhibition space at the New York Hall of Science. Split evenly between a studio and workshop space, SITU fully integrates design and making into its practice. Design Lab is a series of five activity areas designed to host an array of STEM and project-based learning activities. Conceived of as sites to foster and promote problem ideation, tinkering, testing, and displaying results - the architecture is intended to be integral to the types of critical discovery and making that is so crucial to the design process.


44 Daughters

Exhibit

The 44 Daughters (and Sons) suggest what is is like to be a family of girls (and boys) who are all different. They show the world that we are all the same, but also our own selves, and we should be accepted for who we are.


3D Printing and Storytelling: LEO the Maker Prince

Presenter

In this talk, Carla Diana will share research, inspiration and design work from LEO the Maker Prince, the world's first 3D printing book for kids, which comes with a number of carefully designed objects that readers can download and 3D print for free. Carla will share the process and motivations behind the project, discussing physical-digital design techniques as well as what happens when you unleash new visions out into the world and allow people to download and remix them at will.


PourSteady

Exhibit

PourSteady is a Brooklyn-based startup that is building a robotic coffee system that makes consistent, great tasting cups of freshly brewed pour-over coffee for commercial clients and discerning coffee drinkers everywhere.





Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 211 other followers