Whew! Maker Faire. My favorite event of the year, but it is exhausting. So much stuff to see, so many awesome people (new and old) to chat with. It was so fantastic meeting so many of you that follow my work on the blog.
Thanks so much to all those who [...]
Here’s a video of part of my talk and performance at the Sonoma County Museum. The people who came asked really good questions and were really into it. We had a bunch of scientists and electrical engineers. I think they liked the lightning. There’s more video of other parts of the lecture to come. Not [...]
It worked! When you try new things on an experimental sculpture, you can’t always test them before the show, so you just have to just do it there and hope for the best. And it was amazing that it worked! I knew we had done our job right when we had a bunch [...]
Thank’s to all who came to the opening of Mad Science at the Sonoma County Museum.
Below you’ll find photos of the show, a photo shoot and video I did of The Uira Engine installation, as well as a video that is part of the installation, made by Ben Carpenter, of [...]
Almost Scientific will be showing The Neuron Chamber and The Uira Engine at the Sonoma County Museum’s upcoming Mad Science show.
The show opens October 30th and runs until February 6th, 2011.
This is going to be an amazing event!
Almost Scientific will be doing a high voltage performance on opening night alongside the legendary [...]
Here is the final photo set from Five Ton Cranes recent permanent instillation of the Steampunk Treehouse at Dogfish Head Brewery!
Here are some video highlights from the first three days!
At this very moment I am with the rest of the Five Ton Crane Crew in Milton, Delaware (Rehoboth Beach, really) installing The Steampunk Treehouse for the very last time.
Why is this the last time? Well, it is now part of Dogfish Head Brewery!
The install is going well, and the folks at the [...]
I think we’ve just recovered from bringing The Neuron Chamber to Maker Faire 2009 and now Maker Faire 2010 is upon us.
We are going to have a lot going on this year. In addition to once again showing new work with the ever awesome Applied Kinetic Arts, we are also going to be putting [...]
Along with the fantastic Five Ton Crane crew, Almost Scientific just completed another installation of the Raygun Gothic Rocketship at NASA Ames. While setting up our rocket and getting to play with it for a few days is always something special, this time we also got to share it with two amazing groups: [...]
Last week I had the great pleasure of of speaking to the National Cancer Institute about the relationship between art and science.
Below I’ve posted the visual part of the presentation, but sadly there is not audio or video recording to go along.
Here is a brief summary of my 30-minute presentation to help you [...]
Almost Scientific will be showing The Triaparator and some new odds and ends on Friday, March 5th.
The show is at 416 26th Street, Oakland, (Betw.Telegraph and Broadway)
This is the first show of the nascent Five Ton Crane.
When we did our last show at the Exploratorium I did a video interview with Wired about what The Neuron Chamber was and how it worked. I loved that they wanted me to explain in detail how it worked and not just give a 5 second sound bite. Well the video just went live and [...]
Thank you all for coming to the show last night at The Exploratorium. I had a great and exhausting time. It was fantastic to see so many friends out in the crowd, and I’m sorry I did not get to talk to any of you for as long as I would have liked.
I’d like [...]
When: Thursday, November 5, 2009 Time: 6:00pm – 10:00pm Location: The Exploratorium Street: 3601 Lyon St, San Francisco CA
Bar opens at 6:00 p.m.
I’m excited to announce that the Almost Scientific team will be installing both The Neuron Chamber and The Raygun Gothic Rocketship Uira Engine for a one night [...]