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Epizentrum Martin Zeplichal 2005 projection, videomapping, architecture, reactive animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, no narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, projectionmapping, audio reactive, energy, edges
The sensitive reciprocity between visitor and space is visualized by interactively animating the existing architectural geometry. Seismographic oscillations produced by the visitor of the space get amplified and every step causes striking movements of the ambient itself. This map of oscillation gets amplified and transferred into a visible real-time animation that projects the animated edges of the building geometry on itself. The space visibly moves and becomes both interactive toy and interface.
Eurocopter Exhibition (Total Immersion, ) 2008 handheld binoculars, shape recognition, inside cockpit, animation, single user, 360 large field of view, linear narrative, choice of what to reveal, specific for that cockpit, helicopter, exhibition
During the HAI Show (Helicopter Association International), Eurocopter featured 3 augmented reality demonstrations: Magic kiosk with interactive brochure, augmented reality cockpit with goggles and a special animation on the booth in which a virtual helicopter flew over the public.
Exercise in Immersion 4 Marnix de Nijs (V2_) 2007 head-mounted display, sensors, microphone, video, sound, video, generative abstract animation, sound, single-user, 360 choice of perspective, large field of view, reactive to head position, game with unknown goal, unconscious choices about narrative, indoors, anywhere, long setup, game, art-game, Deaf 07, crash suit
The headset is equipped with a sensor system that can couple the exact position of the user in reality with previously designed imagery. On the display built into the headset, a combination between the real world and the virtual-constructed world becomes visible.The virtual world corresponds with the existing environment through a number of clearly marked reference points, such as walls, pillars and doors. Without movement, the player remains in reality and there is no possibility to take part in the game. Movement and game progression results in the manipulation of the existing space that in the long run will transform into a virtual environment. In the most extreme case, the representation of the existing space will be completely replaced with a new and unknown world.
Expression of Joy (Inition, Dare) 2009 desktop, shape recognition, marker, generative animation, single-user, flat small field of view, reacts to marker position, no narrative, any computer with webcam, ARtvertising, car, bmw, customize
BMW initiated an online augmented reality campaign to promote the launch of the BMW Z4. Inition worked with Dare to create a unique interactive online brand experience supporting the TV campaign in which a roadster is steered across a blank canvas with the tires providing paint trails and colourful ‘expressions of joy’. Powered by Inition’s augmented reality technology MagicSymbol, users can now create their own ‘expression of joy’ online. Users can test drive a virtual 3D Z4 and record their paint trails via the webcam and upload videos of their creations to YouTube. The augmented reality application is complemented by content on Facebook and YouTube
Extension Series Pablo Valbuena 2009 spacial Projection, videomapping, indoors architecture, animation, sound, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, linear narrative, space-specific, vooruit, projection mapping, almost cinema
The result is a game of light and dark. On and off. Present and absent. Virtual and real. A binary system made to measure for the digital age. The age where light does not mean anything without the reference to dark, and ‘on’ does not mean anything without ‘off’. Where the present always refers to the absent. Where you cannot see what is virtual without reality. Together they form one reality: the space, the map, the plan in which we are.
Eye pet Nicolas Doucet (playstation) 2009 tv screen, motion detection, user, generative animation, multi-user, flat small field of view, non-linear interactive narrative, any tv with playstation, playstation3, game, kids
The game uses the PlayStation Eye camera to allow a virtual pet to interact with people and objects in the real world. Using augmented reality, the simian, gremlin-like creature appears to be aware of its environment and surroundings and reacts to them accordingly. The player can place objects in front of the animal and the game will interpret what the object is and respond to it.[
Film Museum - Augmented Sand Sculpture Theo Watson, Emily Gobeille (Film Museum Amsterdam) 2009 spacial projection, videomapping, sand sculpture, animation, sound, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, linear 2 minute animation, space-specific, projection mapping, sculpture, architecture
For the groundbreaking of the new Film Museum site in Amsterdam Overhoek I was asked by Wieden + Kennedy to develop an augmented projection to dynamically unveil a five meter long sand sculpture of the future building. Working with Emily Gobeille we developed a two minute animation that unveiled the building in a series of stages that highlighted both the architectural elements of the building as well as giving a preview of what people would experience inside.
Generative Graffiti Theo Watson (Eyebeam's Graffiti Research Lab) 2006 spacial projection, lit window recognition, Maritime Hotel, generative abstract animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, non-lineair animation reacts to the lit windows in the hotel, space- specific, outdoors, hotel, generative, graffiti, projection, architecture
In collaboration with Eyebeam's Graffiti Research Lab. A particle based drawing system that spawns particles from the lit up windows of the Maritime Hotel. The particles are attracted to one another but will repel away from the non-lit windows.
Golden Calf Jeffrey Shaw 1994 handheld display, Tilt sensors, pedestal, still, single-user, 360 small field of view reacts to hand position, no narrative, space-specific, reflections of the venue, calf, window, reflections, shiny
This work is constituted by a white pedestal on which there stands an LCD colour monitor connected to computing machinery by a cable running through the pedestal. The viewer of this work picks up and holds this monitor in his hands. The screen shows a representation of the pedestal with a computer-generated image of a golden calf on top. By moving the monitor around the actual pedestal the viewer can examine this golden calf from above and below and all sides. Thus the monitor functions like a window that reveals a virtual body apparently located physically in the real space.
Grazing Jellies Neil Mendonza, Hudson-Powell (Abandon Normal Devices festival) 2010 desktop screen, 3D mapping, forrest, generative animation, multi-user, 180 small field of view, reacts to body movement and sound, generative non-liear narrative, space specific, nature, forrest
Grazing Jellies creates a view into a forest where cosmic slugs munch on space men's helmets and melon slices. These hungry hallucinations are inquisitive as well as starving, if there's movement in the trees or some chatter on the ground they'll pay it a visit.
Grote Kerk Yannick Jacquet, Joanie Lemercier, Olivier Ratsi, Romain Tardi (AntiVJ) 2009 Spacial Projection, video mapping, organ, animation, sound, multi-user, 180 large field of view, linear narrative, space-specific, live performance, organ, music, projection mapping
AntiVJ has performed in the Cathedral of Breda. For this new creation the organ acts as a central part to both the projections and the music. Key events of the history of the cathedral will be explored in a metaphoric way.
Growth Christopher Manzione (The Virtual Public Art Project) 2010 smartphone, GPS, motion sensors, videofeed location, 3d still, single-user, 360 small field of view, reacts to hand position, no narrative, space-specific, layar, locative media, virtual statue
Growth is a virtual public sculpture composed of a multitude of fractal polygons that coalesce into an asymmetrical three-dimensional form. The virtual public sculpture originated as a physical form created by the artist by hand and was scanned into the digital world.
GRrrrrridWAVE EXYZ, Boris Edelstein,1024 2006 Spacial Projection, video mapping, Metavilla installation, animation, multi-user, 360 large field of view, linear narrative, space-specific, Architecture Biennale, installation
A live building? Enhanced architecture? For one week, GrrrrrridWave gave the METAVILLA installation, in the French Pavilion of the 10th International Architecture Biennale in Venice, a new virtual skin. The Metavilla structure was entirely remapped in 3d.
Hand From Above Chris O’Shea (Abandon Normal Devices, Liverpool City Council, BBC) 2009 moving billboard, video tracking, people on the square, video and animation, multi-user, large field of view, reacts on human presence, non-linear narrative, any square, Leicester Comedy Festival
Hand From Above encourages us to question our normal routine when we often find ourselves rushing from one destination to another. Inspired by Land of the Giants and Goliath, we are reminded of mythical stories by mischievously unleashing a giant hand from the BBC Big Screen. Passers by will be playfully transformed. What if humans weren’t on top of the food chain?
Heartbreak Warfare Blitz (Adobe) 2009 desktop, image recognition, marker logo, animation, sound, single-user, small field of view, reactive to object position, linear videoclip, in front of any computer with webcam, videpclip. john mayer
The real world and 3D world collide in the interactive clip that features a Mayer hologram performing the song — guitar in hand — in a virtual living room. Viewers using the AR technology can choose the way they want to see the video. Zoom in close so John’s lamp comes on, spin the room around, or take a look from afar so you can see where the floorboards end. It’s a new wave of technology Mayer is excited to introduce to music fans.
HoloCubtile (Immersion, ANR) 2009 sculpture and mirror, motion and tactile sensors, human gestures, generative animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, reacts to hand gestures, interactive non-linear narrative, could be placed anywhere indoors, long setup time required, tactile, cube, light, mirror, hologram, Laval Virtual
The HoloCubtile is an augmented reality device that makes use of a mirror to blend the visualization and interaction spaces. That way, the three-dimensional object really appears in the reflected user’s hands,
Horizon Zero AR Bridge Anita Fontaine, Geoff Lillemon, Aaron Meyers (Champagne Valentine) 2010 desktop, graphic image recognition, marker logo's, generative animation, sound, single-user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, generative, non-linear narrative, in front of any computer with webcam, code1, oscillator, DIY
Part virtual sculpture, part instrument, the piece responds to the theme of bridges by creating a virtual version which is fully responsive to physical movement. Ignis, fatuus, tacnode connects an abstract 3D accordion through using ambient oscillating sound design and enticing graphics for a playful and radical experience.
ibutterfly DentsuLondon 2010 Smartphone, X Motion Sensor X GPS X Coupon, video, gerative animation, single-user, small field of view, reactive to hand position and movement, interactive, no narrative, anywhere, game, iphone, fun, collaborative
"iButterfly" is an entertaining iPhone application using AR, motion sensor, and GPS functions to collect coupons. Through the iButterfly, we will deliver not only coupons but also diverse information and contents as well.
In-place 3D Sketching Nate Hagbi, Oriel Bergig, Jihad El-Sana, Mark Billinghurst (VisualMediaLab, HitLabNZ) 2009 desktop, shape recognition, drawings and graphic image, generative animation, single-user, 180 small field of view, reactive to drawing type and position, interactive, no narrative, any desktop, drawing, markerless, research
Hand sketching is used here as a natural way for creating Augmented Reality mechanical experiments.
Its my time Fabrica (Benetton Group) 2010 Desktop, shape recognition, marker, Video, videofeed, single-user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, linear narrative, any desktop, ARvertizement, fashion, casting, competition
IT'S MY TIME is a worldwide search for fresh faces and new styles for Benetton's 2010 campaign. Augmented Reality or AR enhances the printed page by layering a virtual image over real paper and ink.
Laser Tag Theo Watson (Eyebeam's Graffiti Research Lab) 2007 spacial projection, laser, hand-drawn graphic, generative abstract graphics, multi-user, 180 large field of view, natural eye movement, non-linear graphics generated by the public, anywhere, quick setup, laser, outdoors, generative, graffiti, projection, architecture
During a cold week in February, armed with several high power lasers, two hardcore projectors and a camper van, the Graffiti Research Lab and I went about turning the back of a large office building in Rotterdam into a massive laser-tagable space. Writers from all over Europe came down to have a go at writing their tags 140 feet high. Kids, old people and random members of the public all enjoyed being able to write messages on a building which could be seen across the whole city.
LearnAR James Alliban 2010 desktop, image recognition, markers, generated stills, single-user, small field of view, reactive to marker position, informational, no narrative, in front of any computer with webcam, informational, learning, school, quiz
LearnAR is a new learning tool that brings investigative, interactive and independent learning to life using Augmented Reality. It is a pack of ten curriculum resources for teachers and students to explore by combining the real world with virtual content using a web cam. The resource pack consists of interactive learning activities across English, maths, science, RE, physical education and languages that bring a wow-factor to the curriculum.
Les Animaux du Futur (Total Immersion) 2008 handheld binoculars, sensor bracelet, sensor bracelet, video, video, decor, interactive animation, multi-user, 180 choice of perspective, large field of view, reactive to head and hand position, interactive linear narrative, space-specific, futuroscope, the future is wild, amusement park
Futoroscope, a French amusement park, recently introduced Total Immersion's technology in their new dark ride « The Future is Wild ». The goal was to insert Computer Graphics animals that will be living in millions of years from now, into different envionmental sets. In addition each scenario is enhanced with several interactions between the audience and the animals occuring in real time.
LevelHead Julian Oliver 2008 desktop, graphic image recognition, markers, generative video, single-user, small field of view, reactive to object position, memory game, conscious choice about narrative, in front of any computer with webcam, Laval Virtual 09, Prix Ars Electronica '08, Technical Innovation award, Japan Media Arts Festival '08, Linux
levelHead uses a hand-held solid-plastic cube as its only interface. On-screen it appears each face of the cube contains a little room, each of which are logically connected by doors. In one of these rooms is a character. By tilting the cube the player directs this character from room to room in an effort to find the exit.
Living Sasquatch (Carmichael Lynch, Jack Link's) 2009 desktop, shape recognition, marker, generative animation, single-user, flat small field of view, reacts to marker position, interactive non-linear narrative, any computer with webcam, ARtvertising, brand
You can choose from 35 different Sasquatch animations and add them to a timeline and record your interaction with the Sasquatch through an intuitive and easy to use drag and drop interface.
Livingroom2 Jan Torpus, Roderick Galantay, Bennet Uk (Swiss National Science Foundation,, iart) 2007 headmounted display, tracking sensors, videofeed, animation, single-user, 360 large field of view, reactive to head position, interactive non-linear narrative, anywhere indoors, long setup, science-fiction, design, decoration
The room is approached as an illusionary space, a simulation of a possible future experience of daily life instead of a tool for content development. In ‘living-room2’ the space itself becomes the object of transformation. In the virtual layer, the room can be visually transformed, reconstructed, extended, etc. Thus, the user becomes part of an immersive environment. By giving the visitor the possibility to “change the space”, living-room2 offers new opportunities for applications in the fields of Architecture, Scenography, Tourism, Museology and Education.
Long Chair Palnoise, !COODI 2008 projection, videomapping, chair, animation, multi-user, 180 large field of view, linear narrative, the chair can be paced anywhere, design, interior design
This videoinstallation consist in a long chair video projected in a true scene, no manipulation recorded.
MagicBook Mark Billinghurst , Raphael Grasset , Julian Looser , Hartmut Seichter , Andreas Duenser (HITlabNZ) 2008 handheld glaces, shape recognition, marker, animation, multi-user, 360 large field of view, reactive to hand, marker position, linear narrative, on any surface, books, collaboration
The MagicBook explores seamless transition between reality and virtual reality. When users look at the pages of a real book through a hand held display they can see virtual content superimposed over the real pages. When they see an Augmented Reality (AR) scene they like, the user can fly into the scene and experience it as an immersive virutal environment. In addition the book serves as a focus for collaboration. When several users look at the same book page they can see the AR image from their own viewpoint and when one flys into the virtual model, the other users see her as a virtual character in the scene.
Market Hall Rotterdam Layar (NAI) 2009 Smartphone, Motion Sensor, GPS, video, still, single user, 360 small field of view, reactive to hand position, still, specific for the markthal construction site, architecture, NAI, informational, future
A 3-dimensional model of the Market Hall ("Markthal") in Rotterdam, The Netherlands, displayed on top of its construction site, through the Layar Reality browser. Rotterdam is the Dutch capital of modern architecture. The latest eyecatching project by Provast is the construction of the Market hall, a U-shaped building designed by renowned architects MVRDV. Completion is planned for 2014, but visitors and inhabitants can already see how the Market Hall looks like, simply by pointing their phone at its construction site. The 3D model enables the visitor to walk around the building and look inside - as if it was already there.
Memories of Certain Elements Jeffrey Shaw 1982 optical window, non, preformer, animation, single user, 180 large field of view, no narrative, anywhere, performance, Fabienne de Quasa Riera, De Lantaren
During the performance by Fabienne de Quasa Riera an augmented-reality projection technique was used. Looking through an optical window the audience saw a computer-animated swing superimposed over the performer, who was seated on a real swing.