I am excited to announce that Prix Ars Electronica, one of the largest annual prizes in the field of art and technology, has awarded The Kuramoto Model (1,000 Fireflies) with an Honorary Mention in the category of Interactive Art. Without your contributions, this would not have been possible. Thank you so much for supporting this project. Thanks for joining together to make public art!
Thanks to everyone who has supported this project! We've reached the goal of $1,000, but our true goal is 1,000 cyclists. If you haven't yet, reserve your light today and join us on June 9 at Northern Spark.
The first few days of production have been a great success: here are 138 of 245 bike lights made during a weekend electronics assembly party. Special thanks to Matt Jernigan, Peter Speer, Joe Morris, Lindsey French, Phil Peters, Steve Germana, Eddie Breitweiser, and Sanghwa Hong for taking the time this weekend to make this possible! And, thanks to all the backers of this project, we're getting closer to the goal!
pledged of $1,000 goal
seconds to go
May 14, 2012 - Jun 2, 2012
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Make sure you get a light! Pledging $10 reserves you a light for pickup before the night of the festival. The light is yours to keep, and the batteries are easily replaceable, so it'll live on, long after the festival is over.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012
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A pledge of $15 or more reserves two lights, available for pickup before the night of the festival.Estimated delivery: Jun 2012