Facebook at Cyprus University of Technology – World Usability Day 2015

The Cyprus Interaction Lab of the Department of Multimedia and Graphic Arts of the Cyprus University of Technology and DisruptCyprus.com invite you to the annual World Usability Day seminar. Keynote Presentation: Riff by Facebook: Lessons Learned from Building a Collaborative Video App Jonah Jones (Product Design Manager) at Facebook, London Leo Mancini (Product Designer) at […]

Google’s Birthday!

Google is celebrating its 17th birthday with a commemorative Doodle harking back to the web of the 1990s. The image, featuring a retro, plastic PC, lava lamp and even 1998’s “Google!” Logo, features on Google’s homepage on September 27, which the internet giant has retroactively chosen as its birthday. However, not even Google seems to really […]

TEDx Limassol 2015

True Heroes Superheroes exist. They live among us. They put on their capes everyday. In offices, in labs, on the sports track, in garages. Creating, designing, educating, entertaining, informing – making a true difference. To a true hero, every detail matters, every second is important, every inch counts. They lead by example driven by their […]


When is Hack{Cyprus}? 26 June – 28 June 2015 Is it really free? Yes! Even food? Yes! Thanks to our amazing sponsors we will be offering meals, snacks and drinks to everyone. Wait, what’s a hackathon? Hackathons are events where people compete to build interesting technical projects in just over 36 hours. People come together, […]

Amazing 3d representation of Amphipolis’ excavation

Greektoys.org visualised Amphipolis’ findings in a 3D model with navigation functionality. Includes the previous findings and the mosaic that was discovered by Katerina Pigeons and his team of archaeologists. See bellow…

20 Famous Disc Covers transformed into GiFs

JBetcom brings together the most favorite album covers, converts them with incredible mastery in GiFs and “share” them with us through the tumblr. Metallica and Nirvana, the Beastie Boys and Led Zeppelin, having a look at the following cartoon creations, we easily understand that Jay’s work is impressive professional!

Intoduction to MAYA 3D modelling @ CUTingEdge Lab

On October 8, 2014 an introduction course is offered at CUTingEdge Lab. You can learn the tools of Autodesk Maya and how to use them to create animations and 3D models. Limited number of participation. Reservation needed via email at cutingedgelimassol or a personal message on CUTingEdge facebook.

World’s largest 3D print shop!

Danish Minister opened the largest 3D Print Store in the world and received her mini-me figurines at the popular event in Copenhagen. The Danish Minister for Higher Education and Science, Mrs. Sofie Carsten Nielsen, cut the red ribbon at 3D Printhuset yesterday and opened the largest 3D print store in the world. At the grand […]

TEDx Limassol – Everything you know is wrong

The first TEDxLimassol event draws its inspiration from the extroverted, multinational, spontaneous, and enticing nature of the coastal town. TEDxLimassol is imagined as being an evolution from the so-called ‘norm’ of professional gatherings, reflecting, rather, the cosmopolitanism of Limassol. The organisers envision the event as contributing to the status of Limassol as an epicenter of […]

Sharing Faces – Seeing yourself reflected in the image of others

Created by Kyle McDonald, “Sharing Faces” uses a megapixel surveillance camera and custom software to match the face locations of the persons looking at the screen. As the person moves, new images are pulled from the database matching the new location and create a mirror-like image of yourself using the images of others. The project is […]

MEMEX | Duologue – 3D study of mortality using photogrammetry techniques

Created as a collaboration between Marshmallow Laser Feast and Analog, MEMEX | Duologue is a promo video for video for Duologue. It is developed as a 3D study of mortality that explores photogrammetry techniques marking an exciting beginning of a deeper study into photo-real realtime VR by MLF. The female model was created using FBFX’s scanning rig comprising of 94 […]

Limassol Carnival 2014

Limassol carnival is the biggest event of the island. It takes 10 days and these days are full of party, drink and dance! This year the carnival begun on 20 of February (“Tsiknopempti” – “Stinky Thursday”) and finished on 02 of March with a big parade as always. CNN argues that Limassol Carnival may be […]

Contact by Felix Faire – Turns any hard surface into an interface

Created by Felix Faire and on display at the Royal Academy in London for “Sensing Spaces” Friday Late event tomorrow (21st Feb), Contact is an acoustic research project that turns any hard surface into an interface. The project is part of work in progress research at the Interactive Architecture Lab – Bartlett School of Architecture, and supervised by Ruairi Glynn. The installation uses contact […]


video and sound design by Candas Sisman commissioned by Plato Art Space (Plato collage of higher education) thanks to :İlhan Koman, Bager Akbay, Gorkem Sen, Burcu Beslioglu, Plato Art Space (Plato collage of higher education), Koman foundation, Deniz kader, Basak Senova

Stage A Thunderstorm In Your Living Room With This Weird Lamp

People see things in clouds. We seem predisposed to find meaning in things, especially those things we can’t quite grasp or wholly experience. Clouds fit the bill: They’re neither sufficiently material nor close enough for us to really engage with. Unless, of course, you have them in your living room. Designer Richard Clarkson’s Cloud Lamp adds to the […]

Continuum – Projection mapping on Manege by Stain / Moscow “Circle of Light”

Having been to Moscow last week and played a part in the curation of the educational programme at the Moscow International Festival “Circle of Light”, one thing is certain – Moscow likes Projection Mapping. Whether this be for the history of spectacle Moscowian have been enjoying for so long or that the brands have discovered the […]

ΚΥΠΡΙΑ 2013 | ΜΕΙΚΤΗ ΠΑΡΑΣΤΑΣΗ | «Η Γοργόνα του Πόρτο Μπέλλο»

Ο Γιώργος Παπαγεωργίου υπογράφει τη μουσική και τη σκηνοθετική επιμέλεια της μεικτής παράστασης «Η Γοργόνα του Πόρτο Μπέλλο», η οποία απευθύνεται σε θεατές ηλικίας 8 έως… 108 ετών. Η Γοργόνα, αδερφή του Μέγα Αλέξανδρου, ψάχνει να βρει το αθάνατο νερό. Το νάμα της αθανασίας που θα κρατήσει ζωντανή τη μνήμη του μεγάλου βασιλιά και του […]

New York!

Yeah!!!! I am in New York City! It is an amazing city! Everything is bigger here…buildings, food, people! A city that never sleeps! A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!

VR Cave Cyprus Open day

Η ημερίδα γίνεται στα πλαίσια του ερευνητικού προγράμματος ΝΕΚΥΠ/0311/02 VR CAVE το οποίο χρηματοδοτείται από το Ίδρυμα Προώθησης Έρευνας και τα Διαρθρωτικά Ταμεία, και έχει ως στόχο την εγκαθίδρυση ενός υπερσύχρονου συστήματος Εικονικής Πραγματικότητας για την προαγωγή της διεπιστημονικής έρευνας και ανάπτυξης στην Κύπρο. Για περισσότερες πληροφορίες: www.vrcave.com.cy/news.html Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/147253542138357/

SVA Subway Art, from New York City to Cyprus

This week is the last chance to view SVA subway posters by two masters of the art form on two different continents. From George Tscherny, the creator of the College’s first subway poster and SVA’s current logo, comes the latest installment in the series, quoting French cultural critic Roland Barthes. Originally published in 1977 as Fragments d’un discours […]

Animation Festival Cyprus

Animafest Cyprus Views of the World, started in 2002 as a documentary festival in a small village, and was called the Small Documentary Festival. It was later re-named International Countryside Documentary and Animated Film Festival Views of the World. The festival’s uniqueness is its setting in the countryside, and this continues to this day. As […]

Light Leaks – Filling a room with projected light

Denmark, Light Leaks is a light installation comprised of fifty mirror balls projecting controlled light in the room. The general idea was to make use of found objects, in this case mirror balls, which as Kyle explains to CAN have a fairly chaotic structure compared to the perfect grid of a projected image we are accustomed to. Having been […]