“[John] Rainey uses people’s Facebook profiles along with royal portraits to create sculptures, similar to the classic sculptural form of the bust, but distorted through software to create a representation of ourselves that’s caught between the digital and the physical. The result is strange hybrid forms that represent an “exploration of images, reproduction and how identity is transferred across different media”.
3D Printed Abstract Sculptures Explore Identity In The Virtual Age

[John] Rainey uses people’s Facebook profiles along with royal portraits to create sculptures, similar to the classic sculptural form of the bust, but distorted through software to create a representation of ourselves that’s caught between the digital and the physical. The result is strange hybrid forms that represent an “exploration of images, reproduction and how identity is transferred across different media”.

3D Printed Abstract Sculptures Explore Identity In The Virtual Age

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The “love” necklace by Stef Lewandowski displays an entire year of tweets by a person.
The lengths of the beads indicate the number of tweets in a month, with the shorter lengths indicating how often she used the word “love” that month. Along the sides of every other bead you’ll see a single laser-etched tweet for that period. They’re visible if you hold up the beads to the light, and are partially public, partially private.
"I like to think of them as little reminders, memories, almost like a 21st Century locket.”
The Data Necklace | Indiegogo

The “love” necklace by Stef Lewandowski displays an entire year of tweets by a person.

The lengths of the beads indicate the number of tweets in a month, with the shorter lengths indicating how often she used the word “love” that month. Along the sides of every other bead you’ll see a single laser-etched tweet for that period. They’re visible if you hold up the beads to the light, and are partially public, partially private.

"I like to think of them as little reminders, memories, almost like a 21st Century locket.”

The Data Necklace | Indiegogo

Perhaps the most egregious error is that Apple’s team relied on quality control by algorithm and not a process partially vetted by informed human analysis. You cannot read about the errors in Apple Maps without realizing that these maps were being visually examined and used for the first time by Apple’s customers and not by Apple’s QC teams.
For the social area Ridley made references to abstract pieces of art. The screens were depicting things such as nutritional information, so we played with abstractions of this data. We experimented a lot with overlaying simple data with layered abstract data forms. The overall intent was to create little moody animated textures, that the crew would be aware of but not necessarily reading from all the time.