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Project Persons Year Tags
Augmented Trashcan Eric Paulos, Tom Jenkins 2005 spacial projection, fotographs, street, animated images of trash, multi user, small field of view, no perspective control, non-linear narrative, could be placed on any trashcan, trash, environment
a visualization projection of trashcan contents. the device senses trash events, logs the time, measures the weight & displays the contents in a dynamic, weight-dependent representation. pedestrians participate & become aware of a city's everyday physicality.
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.