Toronto-based YouTuber and music maker Andrew Huang has created a delightful 22-second ditty generated from an image of a unicorn! Rather than the chaotic smattering of sounds you might expect from music made from an image file, Huang’s work is definitely a masterpiece of the genre. Check it out, along with Huang’s short tutorial on the world of MIDI drawing, below!
Artist Christopher Schade explores the tension between visual expectation, our beliefs, and what we actually experience. See more images from his ongoing series below or on display at Rafius Fane Gallery in Boston this November.
Line-us is an adorably compact robotic arm that draws what you draw! Outfitted with a usb connection and wifi capabilities, simply place the machine on a piece of paper and the little guy will replicate anything you draw on screen.
Creators Durrell Bishop and Robert Poll are just as keen for people use the technology to share drawings between friends, family and a larger Line-us community! Check out more images and watch their ambitious Kickstarter video below!