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2010 September : George Canciani – Zen Code

Augmented Reality Face Recognition Mobile ID

September 20, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Polar Rose developed an Augmented Reality application, that recognizes people through a mobile phone’s camera in realtime, and displays interactive icons around people’s heads with direct links.

Future Magic with Tablet Light Painting

September 15, 2010 by · Leave a Comment 

Light frame animation using a computer Tablet for frame exposure delivery.

The Tablet is used to “light paint” single photos, which are then put together as stop-frame animations. The frames run on the Tablet which is tracked in front of a camera set on a long exposure.

Photographic and animation techniques were developed to draw moving 3-dimensional typography and objects with the Tablet.

Scott Summit, 3-D Printing Spurs a Manufacturing Revolution

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Scott Summit, a co-founder of Bespoke, “wanted to create a leg that had a level of humanity”, using advanced 3-D printing to create prosthetic limbs.

Adaptive Bloom, Reactive Facade

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‘Adaptive Bloom’ by Justin Goodyer of the Bartlett School of Architecture is a reactive facade driven by servos and a computer vision system.

Next Screen Technology

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TAT Open Innovation Experiment on screen technology with stretchable screens, transparent screens and e-ink displays. Unfortunately content is still based on old structural paradigms.

Doll Face, Artificial Desires

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Media, Influence, Desire, Greed, Backlash.
(Andy Huang animation).

E.O. Wilson on preserving life species in our Biosphere

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E.O. Wilson on preserving biodiversity and supporting our “encyclopedia of life.” An encyclopedia that lives on the Internet and is contributed to by scientists and amateurs, has an expandable page for each species, and is accessible to anyone on demand.
(2007) (22 min.)