Saturday, August 4

The Village Voice: Features: Tech Wars in Meat Space by Erik Baard The technology exists for real flying saucers to project laser messages onto the sides of buildings or display text on their underbellies with light-emitting diodes.
The Institute for Applied Autonomy, the techno-artist collective that makes the remote-controlled GraffitiWriter, sees nothing ahead but growth. "[T]he IAA has identified the already emerging market of cultural insurrection as the most stable market in the years to come," says their Web site. "IAA research has examined the primary behavior patterns of this market and is developing technologies that best serve the needs of the burgeoning market."


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