incredibly clear and useful little book about installation equipment.
Includes a useful case study of commissioning, installing and maintaining
interactive work by Hannah Redler. Only 5 pounds, order from FACT.
> A2:RT - Creating networks from trash technology
> Airshow - Hostexe’s list of equipment used in streaming audio from a tower block
> Deadtech - resources - make your own wearable, robots, etc..
> Digital Art Source - Generally useful 'how-to' site, with booklists and discussion.
> Electronics for Artists - by Bill Urmenyi.
> FACT: MITES - Liverpool, UK. Equipment hire for non-commercial organisations, with specifications, useful publications, courses for artists, technicians and curators.
> Ken Rinaldo - technical links for artists - engineers - USA) helpful list for those wanting to engage with robotics, biotec, sensors, and interactive objects.
> Processone - nne-Marie Schleiner's useful tech course on software as art for UC Irvine.
> Society for Old and New Media - work with arts and community organisations from India to Amsterdam on custom database, web and other software solutions.
> Streaming Suitcase - by Adam Hyde, about how to stream your own media.
> Superchannel - Interview with Paul Stringer of Kisky on streaming