Sungyong Ahn is a lecturer in digital cultures at the School of Communication and Arts at the University of Queensland. He has published on various new media technologies, such as neuroprosthetics, videogames, smart home, smart car, found footage, and smart wearables, in the journals of various concerns stretching from philosophy and literature to media studies and STS. His first book, Internet-ontologies-Things: Smart Objects, Hidden Problems, and their Symmetries, will be published in 2023 by Bloomsbury.
ArticlesExhibiting Procedural Generation Generative art toys are software applications that create aesthetically pleasing visual patterns in response to the users toying with various input devices, from keyboard and mouse to more intuitive and tactile devices for motion tracking. The “art” part of these toy objects might relate to the fact that they are often installed in art galleries or...Read more