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SEAM Symposium – Day Three

SEAM Symposium – Day Three

The SEAM symposium was a three-day gathering exploring Architecture, Performance, and Film, and the shared ground between them. It was organised by Benedict Anderson, Margie Medlin, and Sam Spurr. Below are my notes on day One. Alternatively you can download the SEAM Day Three Notes…

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SEAM Symposium – Day Two

SEAM Symposium – Day Two

The SEAM symposium was a three-day gathering exploring Architecture, Performance, and Film, and the shared ground between them. It was organised by Benedict Anderson, Margie Medlin, and Sam Spurr. Below are my notes on day One. Alternatively you can download the SEAM Day Two Notes…

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SEAM Symposium – Day One

SEAM Symposium – Day One

The SEAM symposium was a three-day gathering exploring Architecture, Performance, and Film, and the shared ground between them. It was organised by Benedict Anderson, Margie Medlin, and Sam Spurr. Below are my notes on day One. Alternatively you can download the SEAM Day One Notes…

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Moving through Suburbia

Moving through Suburbia

Fig. 8 is an upcoming game by Intuition Games that involves cycling through a technical diagram of the suburbs. I really like this; it explores freeform navigation through space, at the same time as giving a feel for the normative conventions of Architecture. It also…

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Image Fulgurator

Image Fulgurator

This is subversive technicality – very cool: The Image Fulgurator is a device for physically manipulating photographs. It intervenes when a photo is being taken, without the photographer being able to detect anything. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards. In principle, the…

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3D Scanner solutions

3D Scanner solutions

Direct Dimensions has a fairly comprehensive survey of industrial-application level 3D scanning solutions. Manufacturers tend to be pretty cagey about cost, so it’s rare to be able to find a cost comparison.

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Laser 3D scanning

Laser 3D scanning

  Today I was lucky enough to get training in the use of the College of Fine Arts’ new 3D Laser scanner. The Konica Minolta Vivid 910 3D Laser Scanner uses a 2.5 second vertical Laser scan to capture depth information. The Laser is “eye-safe”,…

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“Holographic 3D” on iPhone, and other 3D visualisation

“Holographic 3D” on iPhone, and other 3D visualisation

IndieGames just posted a recently released iPhone game which features “holographic 3D”, where the perspective of the rendered 3d view changes as the phone moves around. With the inclusion of a red/green anaglyph view mode, this is a really engaging 3D display system.    …

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How Can We Track and Visualize Movement Through Space?

How Can We Track and Visualize Movement Through Space?

Recently I have been researching ways of tracking and visualising use of space by pedestrians. The two technologies I have been looking at at Volumetric reconstruction and Model-based figure reconstruction. The two methods are very different in their approach. Volumetric reconstruction in one respect is…

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Replace your Ads with Art

Replace your Ads with Art

Add-Art is a Firefox extension which replaces advertising images on web pages with art images from a curated database. Whats Add-Art all about? http://add-art.org/content/background Howto Install the Add-Art Firefox Plugin http://add-art.org/content/installation-instructions I’ve recently installed this, and still stop occasionally while browsing to wonder why everything…

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