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V&A: Architects Build Small Spaces

V&A: Architects Build Small Spaces

I recently had the chance to visit an exhibition of architects’ studies of space: Architects Build Small Spaces, at the Victoria and Albert museum.   Terunobu Fujimori, Tokyo, Japan – Beetle’s House from Victoria and Albert Museum on Vimeo.  

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Dead Drops Project

Dead Drops Project

A friend pointed me to this excellent architecture/collaborative/open-sharing project by Aram Bartholl: “Dead Drops”. ‘Dead Drops’ is an anonymous, offline, peer to peer file-sharing network in public space. I am ‘injecting’ USB flash drives into walls, buildings and curbs accessable to anybody in public space.

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Free Workshop: Images to Objects to World

Free Workshop: Images to Objects to World

Date: Wednesday 8th – Friday 10th September 2010 (Mid-semester break) Sessions: 10am – 3pm each day, with lunch provided. Selective attendance is possible. Venue: Design @ Eng, level 5 , Mechanical Engineering Building, UNSW, Sydney CONTEXT There is a rich pallet of user-friendly tools on…

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Conference Presentation

Conference Presentation

The Experimental Society conference at Lancaster University has just happened, and it was a rich mix of different takes on the need for, danger of, and nature of experimentation of one form or another. My paper was on Michel de Certeau and how we experience…

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Graffiti and Games

Graffiti and Games

Friend, Artist and aspiring Architect Melody Williams has just installed these chalk boxes in Camperdown Memorial Park. See if you can find them and have a draw. The park is located in the centre of Newtown, Sydney’s hip, alternative suburb. A long wall down the…

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Analogue Augmented Reality, and History

Analogue Augmented Reality, and History

  Here in Sydney at the moment we are in the middle of Vivid Sydney, a festival of “light, music and ideas”. As part of the festival, a number of historic buildings are being “augmented” with projected animations telling their history in an intervention called…

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Augemented Reality Untethered

Augemented Reality Untethered

  

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Results of 3D reconstruction of Newcastle CitySwitch event

Results of 3D reconstruction of Newcastle CitySwitch event

This is achieved using photogrammetric reconstruction from frames of a documentary video. This is the first rough revision of the point-cloud, it can be processed further to increase the camera position calibration, and thus the accuracy and detail. I hope you find it interesting!

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CitySwitch Newcastle

CitySwitch Newcastle

I’ve just returned from the 5-day CitySwitch Architectural workshop in Newcastle organized by UTS lecturer Joanna Jakovich. The participants were asked to choose between four teams, each looking at architectural interventions of one kind or another. As well as team participation, I directed some energy…

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Mouthwatering materials in CG architecture movie

Mouthwatering materials in CG architecture movie

Alex Roman has created this beautiful, fully computer-generated architectural movie single-handedly: The Third & The Seventh from Alex Roman on Vimeo. The small (simulated) depth-of-focus and constant shifting focus helps with convincing the viewer it’s actually real, and it guides the eye across a catalog…

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