For several years in the late 2000’s David Lynch posted a daily weather report on his website from his home in Los Angeles.
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Jonah Brucker-Cohen, ‘Alerting Infrastructure!’ (2003)
‘Alerting infrastructure’ is a physical hit counter that translates hits to the website of an organisation into interior damage of the physical building that they inhabit. Each unique visitor “hit” is translated into physical output in the form of activating a large, pneumatic jackhammer on a wall in the exhibition-space.
‘Hottest To Coldest’ (2008) by Aleksandra Domanovic
is a website that continuously arranges a list of all the worlds national capitals according to their current air temperature.
‘World Community Grid Water Features’ by AIDS-3D
A group of spectacular cast-fiberglass fountains stand together on an elevated server-room floor. A Fit PC 2 (the smallest PC currently available, 96% more energy efficient than a standard desktop) is installed in each water feature. Whenever the fountains are plugged in, the Linux PC’s will automatically boot up and run World Community Grid software, a distributed computing project which uses a massive network of PC’s around the world to model solutions for various humanitarian problems, such as: “Clean Energy Project”, “Influenza Antiviral Drug Search”, “ Fight Aids@home” and “Nutritious Rice for the World”. The delightful splashing of the water and twinkle of the energy-efficient LED’s act as relaxing and meditative status-light for the computers, tirelessly laboring within. Although there is no screen visible in the installation, the computation progress can be remotely monitored through a dedicated website.
‘Youtube as a sculpture’ (2009) by Constant Dullaart.
Website reflecting its visitors in a diamond using the webcam.