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Updates to Yellowtail iPhone/iPad App!

I’m pleased to announce that the latest version (1.1) of my Yellowtail iOS app has major improvements for internationalization, and significantly improved compatibility as well. If you’ve seen a bug, crash or typo — it has probably been fixed (and your update to the new version is free). For more information about Yellowtail, check it […]

Yellowtail app for iPhone and iPad!

I’m delighted to announce the immediate availability of Yellowtail, a mesmerizing, family-friendly iPhone/iPad app for drawing animated, wiggly lines. Just drag your finger to draw an ever-changing display of lively, worm-like textures. The software repeats your marks end-over-end, allowing you to author a line’s shape and its quality of movement at the same time. A […]

Opto-Isolator II in the “Decode” exhibition at the V&A

“Opto-Isolator” is an interactive robot which returns the visitor’s gaze, and responds with a variety of uncanny eye gestures. Last week, I installed a new version of the project in the “Decode: Digital Design Sensations” exhibition at the Victoria & Albert Museum, in London. The BBC has kindly provided this interview video about Opto-Isolator II, […]

Golan’s 2009 TED Talk, online

The TED Conference just posted a 15’33” online video of my February 2009 presentation today. Happily, the TED organization also permits their videos to be shared and embedded under a Creative Commons licence: TED kindly provides the same video for download in additional formats as well:Zipped MP4 video file / Podcast MP4 video for iTunes. […]

New Media Artworks: Prequels to Everyday Life

As an occasional emissary for new-media arts, I increasingly find myself pointing out how some of today’s most commonplace and widely-appreciated technologies were initially conceived and prototyped, years ago, by new-media artists. In some instances, we can pick out the unmistakable signature of a single person’s original artistic idea, released into the world decades ahead […]