foobarlab

random thoughts on arts, coding and open source

About

This is pri­mary an open space for col­lab­o­ra­tive and exper­i­men­tal thoughts, opin­ions and projects under the label foo­bar­lab.
Sec­ondly it is the per­sonal blog of Mar­tin Eisenbarth.

About Foo­bar­lab
The name foo­bar­lab relates to the place­hold­ers com­monly used in unix pro­grams as foo and bar in order to demon­strate some­thing by exam­ple. It leaves room for indi­vid­ual usage and adap­tion and emphases the exper­i­men­tal char­ac­ter. And this is exactly what this is about. The pun with fubar was not intended but may also show what in prac­tice is some­times hap­pen­ing. Fol­low @foobarlab on Twit­ter for lat­est news.

About Mar­tin
Mar­tin has stud­ied Infor­ma­tion sci­ence, Media Design and Phi­los­o­phy. He lives and works in Augs­burg (Ger­many) as self-employed IT pro­fes­sional. He has a pas­sion for inter­dis­ci­pli­nary top­ics and has a strong inter­est in soft­ware archi­tec­ture and user expe­ri­ence. When time allows, he loves to start up his old bread­box or does paint­ings in acrylics or oil. You can fol­low him on Twit­ter (@eyesee) or write him an email on the con­tact page.

See here for a list of projects.