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Project Persons Year Tags
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.
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.
The Artvertiser Julian Oliver 2009 handheld binoculars, phone, graphic image recognition, image, advertisement, video, still image, single-user, 180 choice of perspective, large field of view, reactive to hand position, linear narrative, still image, dependent on input content, anywhere where a specific advertisement is, Transmediale 10, Linux
The Artvertiser is an urban, hand-held Improved Reality project that re-purposes street advertisements as a surface for exhibiting art. The project was initiated by Julian Oliver in February 2008 and is being developed in collaboration with Clara Boj, Diego Diaz and Damian Stewart.