Posts tagged with “moma”

(Re)Creating the Everyday with Bits at MoMA November 3, 2015

Last week from Wednesday through Saturday, littleBIts teamed up with MoMA’s Design Interactions Studio to run a series of seven workshops allowing museum-goers the chance to get hands-on with a little part of the This is for Everyone exhibition. We had over 80 participants total, including two homeschool crews, bunches of parent-kid dynamic duos, electronic […]

Collaborate with littleBits April 9, 2013

We’ve recently used the Bits to create stunning installations, interactive drawing machines and motion activated night lights. There’s a million uses for littleBits. If you’re looking to bring an event or office space to life, consider partnering with us. We love collaborating and can help conceive and execute a display of your own. For more information, contact [email protected]

MoMA Design Store Demo April 9, 2013

Our MoMA Design Store installations were created entirely out of littleBits’ electronic modules and basic art materials. On April 13th, 14th, 20th and 21st from 11AM to 3PM at both MoMA Design Stores, the littleBits team will be on location and ready to answer any questions you have regarding the display and product. They’ll also demonstrate how to create a Bit masterpiece of your own.

Announcing: The Make It BIG Challenge April 9, 2013

The MoMA Store window displays feature 4-foot-tall kinetic sculptures, animated solely with littleBits. This installation required no programming, no wiring, and no soldering – just sensors, switches, lights, and motors snapping together with magnets. These displays inspired us to get YOU involved in making something BIG. Are you interested in showing off your skills to your […]

A little Inspiration April 9, 2013

The MoMA Design Store windows have been transformed with BIG 4-foot kinetic sculptures, all brought to life by littleBits. These stunning displays are complex designs and though it may seem impossible to recreate them home, it’s not. Ready to create a Swimming Shark, pair of Art Handlers, Puppet Master or Big Wheel of your own? […]

In The Press: core77 April 8, 2013

“But for sure the most impressive projects I’ve seen have been the ones for the MoMA windows. They push the boundaries of littleBits in every way: their scale, how long they will be on display, and the simplicity of the designs as well as the complexity of the mechanisms. For instance, the shark is three feet long, has dozens of articulations and an intentionally awkward movement across its spine… and is powered entirely by a single littleBits Servo Motor.” -Ayah Bdeir, CEO

Create Something Big March 26, 2013

On April 8th, littleBits will bring giant kinetic sculptures to life in the MoMA Design Store windows. These structures, solely animated by Bits, will create a unique and first of its kind design experience in the window displays at the Midtown and SoHo stores in New York.

littleBits closes first round of financing, also enters MoMA’s collection! October 6, 2011

Photo by Brian Finke for the New York Times It’s a big, BIG, day at littleBits! First, we are thrilled to announce that we just closed our very first round of financing! After 3.5 years of bootstrapping, research and development (translation: blood, sweat and tears), littleBits is taking in investment from some of the biggest […]

littleBits’ MoMA debut! July 18, 2011

photo by Shigeru Kobayashi littleBits is part of MoMA’s upcoming Design Exhibit “Talk To Me: Design and the Communication between People and Objects“. The show features an incredible line-up of interactive objects, interactive installations and data visualization, and will be up July 24th- Nov 7th, 2011

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