Brighton Mini Maker Faire last week was awesome, literally hundreds of people participated in the Exploring Senses ‘People Place Digital Mutations’ workshop, where people got the chance to make cardboard outfits, then get 3D scanned and imported into an alternative Minecraft world.
Since last Saturday Exploring Senses artist has been processing the 3D scans to create a series of 3D printed ‘People Place Digital Mutations’ artefacts with Meshmixer software and a Makerbot Replicator 2 3D printer. We have had some great feedback from workshop participants and peers, visitors of the exhibition at Jubilee Library and staff, and there is demand and scope for more, how about 2016 to be precise….. we will keep you posted on this one, and let us know if you would like to be involved in a People Place Digital Mutations workshop or would like to host one near you. We are based in Brighton England, but love to travel, no distance is too far!
Check out how Exploring Senses artist David Allistone made this collection of People Place Digital Mutations for the Brighton Digital Festival education commission and 4th International Visual Methods conference.