“The Eye Catcher” was the name of the object I made last week with a MiRywell 3D pen. I used several colours of ABS plastics to make it. Today I made “The Eyecatcher’s Friend”, another object made with the 3D pen, this time black, grey, white, brown, gold and Beige PLA plastics. The connection is there since the first object has the nodes to detect, and the other object is sending all these signals.
Will try to make a few better photos when there is sunlight.
Another envelope made for Miss Noma. This time I used the typewriter to write a letter. Also made the change into Mrs. Noma. Will be curious to see the reaction to such a type. As promissed I won’t reveil the address in Liverpool.
On the IUOMA network indeed people are wondering who Miss Noma is since she (or he) has the informations of an oldtime insider of the network. So it must be someone we all know and still uses a new name to keep us off-track.
In 2 months I will be doing two workshops for teachers that work at a college. I will sow them the ways to use a 3D pen and also let them think on how to use it with their students. For the occasion I will have access to lots of 3D pens, so it will be interesting to see how that goes.
For my art I am testing a few things. This afternoon I made some letters with the 3D pen that have become objects. I placed them on a scanner to make an color-copy of the letters. On that result I put again the original letters and took a digital photo of that on my working table. Next step is to put that image on some places online, like Facebook, IUOMA Network and some ‘pataphiscal platforms, and now also on this www.iuoma.org website.
So from idea to plastic to a color-copy into a digital photo and now going into that digital worlds. Multimedia for sure.
At the workshops I will probably let the teachers first make a letter of their choice to let them test the 3D pens and to see if they get the idea. We will collect the letters and will try to make a word of it that guides them into the next assignment. It will be an interactive workshop for sure.
Maybe they should make a cup to to put the letters in: