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  • weissesrauschen:

Michał Budny, Ashamed and Shameless,

    weissesrauschen:

    Michał Budny, Ashamed and Shameless,

    (via ephemeralol)


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  • azertip:

    Theo Prins

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  • Carnages #01 [cute brunette] from frankie zafe on Vimeo.

    Ghosts of porn actors appear and fade away in a pictural magma
    Made with openframeworks.


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  • inFORM - Interacting With a Dynamic Shape Display from Tangible Media Group on Vimeo.

    inFORM is a Dynamic Shape Display that can render 3D content physically, so users can interact with digital information in a tangible way. inFORM can also interact with the physical world around it, for example moving objects on the table’s surface. Remote participants in a video conference can be displayed physically, allowing for a strong sense of presence and the ability to interact physically at a distance. inFORM is a step toward our vision of Radical Atoms: tangible.media.mit.edu/vision/

    tangible.media.mit.edu/project/inform/


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  • prostheticknowledge:

    Potree

    Code developed to display pointclouds of 3D scans in your browser, rendered with WebGL:

    Potree is a WebGL based point cloud viewer for very large datasets, based on Scanopy.

    This might look like technical stuff to you, but check the demos below - this software could be used to render the photos you take on future smartphones equiped with depth sensors.

    Above you can see examples rendered with the software (which you can view yourself): here is a link to ‘Pompei' and here is one of a 'skatepark’.

    The Potree website can be found here, it’s code at Github here (as well as code to convert 3D scan data here)


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  • blue-voids:

Mark Reynolds - Fine Structure of Matter, 2008 - graphite on rag paper

    blue-voids:

    Mark Reynolds - Fine Structure of Matter, 2008 - graphite on rag paper


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  • un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

Imogen Cunningham (1929)

    un-gif-dans-ta-gueule:

    Imogen Cunningham (1929)

    (via backfrommega)


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  • ffffffound:

I need a guide: magdalena jetelova

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  • http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-modern/exhibition/unilever-series-rachel-whiteread-embankment/rachel-whiteread

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  • y-10:

inflate by dominik raskin, via Behance

    y-10:

    inflate by dominik raskin, via Behance

    (via theklob)


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  • (Source: extrablood, via silicongene)


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  • Ivy, Blame! characterhttp://kudrel-cosplay.deviantart.com/art/Silicon-Ivy-BLAME-89581462

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  • Miguel CHEVALIER Tapis magiques 2014 Casablanca from Claude Mossessian on Vimeo.

    Un film de Claude Mossessian © Claude Mossessian

    Miguel CHEVALIER
    Tapis Magiques 2014

    Installation de réalité virtuelle générative et interactive
    Musique : Michel Redolfi

    Journées du Patrimoine de Casablanca
    Avec l’Institut français de Casablanca

    Logiciel : Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
    50 x 10 m / 164.04 x 32.81 ft


    Eglise du Sacré Coeur - Casablanca (Maroc)

    Tapis Magiques revisite la tradition de l’art islamique, notamment de la mosaïque et des tapis. Un méga tapis de lumière couvre le sol de l’ancienne église du Sacré Coeur. Lors des déplacements des spectateurs, des perturbations dans la trajectoire des courbes se créent sous leurs pieds. Ce monde de couleurs et de formes en mouvement nous entraine dans l’univers magique des Contes des Mille et Une Nuits avec la musique de Michel Redolfi.

    Cette installation a été rendue possible grâce au concours de l’Institut Français et de Voxels Productions.

    Magic Carpets 2014

    Generative and interactive virtual-reality installation
    Music : Michel Redolfi
    Software: Cyrille Henry / Antoine Villeret
    50 x 10 m / 164.04 x 32.81 ft


    Magic Carpets revisit the tradition of the Islamic art, in particular the mosaic and the carpets.
    A huge light carpet covers the floor of Sacré Coeur church. When the viewer moves, the trajectory of the curves is disrupted under their feet.
    This world of colors and forms in movement, invites us into the magic universe of the « Arabian Nights » and the flying carpets with the music of Michel Redolfi.

    This installation has been made possible thanks to the French Institut et de Voxels Productions.


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