This might look like a journey through space, but in fact it’s a shot from an interactive visualisation that allows you to explore software package managers like they’re galaxies. It’s... more fun than it should be.
We’ve watched Pluto transform from a fuzzy grey ball into a reddish-pink world with ice plains, mountains ranges, and hints of geologic activity. But science isn’t the only great thing about this: The new artwork is pretty stellar, too. Read More >>
There’s a long tradition of great architects never building a single thing. They’re called paper architects, because their work is purely 2D. But today, you might look for them working somewhere else: 3D visualisation.
C. M. Kosemen is a Turkish painter who has taken Google's trippy DeepDream program to task, using the neural network to enhance his works. The results are at once horrifying, beautiful and practically hallucinogenic. See more >>
Each year a different artist or designer is tapped to create the Serpentine Pavilion, a site-specific installation that’s open all summer in London’s Kensington Gardens. This year’s Pavilion just opened to the public as a colourful, cacophonous labyrinth—with a secret cafe at the centre. When can I move in? Read more >>