Keyword: Projection

Resources

Re: / Bram Snijders, Carolien Teunisse

„RE: is a 360° projection mapping installation that uses mirrors to allow a projector to project onto its own surface. The mirrors bounce the projections back onto their source. Virtual pixels become points of augmentation in actual space. ‬In most cases the projector has a functional role within a video installation; the projector in RE: functions as a symbol for both sender and receiver of the medium of light.“

http://www.deframe.nl/work/re/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=51aaH9r9peo

DullTech

„The smart, hassle-free, plug-and-play USB-friendly media player that loops video perfectly on all screens and syncs without problems or cables. And is a lot cheaper than the competition. The DullTech™ Media Player is both a piece of hardware and a performative artwork.“

„When you are not playing a video, and you leave the player on, a custom art work will play on the DullTech™ player! You can read more about it in our collected press.

We see the entire company as an artwork actually, kinda relational aesthetics with awkward self aware neoliberal mannerisms.“

http://dull.tech

Real-time Expression Transfer for Facial Reenactment

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http://graphics.stanford.edu/

Satelliten / Quadrature

Visualization of real-time satellite movement patterns on paper maps.

http://quadrature.co/

Every possible photograph / Jeff Thompson

„This project investigates the idea of using computation to “use up” a piece of technology, in this case a digital camera. Using custom-written software (and a very long period of time), every possible photograph is generated, one at a time and in numerical order.“

See also his other projects exploring ideas of technical images, algorithms, abstraction, and computational vision.

http://www.jeffreythompson.org/

Glassified Ruler / MIT Media Lab

Digitally augmented physical tool.

http://www.creativeapplications.net/

Myriahedral Projections

„A myriahedron is a polyhedron with a very large number of faces. For this reason, we call the results myriahedral projections. In step 2 and 3, this myriahedron is cut open and unfolded. The resulting maps have a large number of interrupts, but are (almost) conformal and conserve areas.“

http://www.win.tue.nl/

Nuancen der Unwahrheit / Tina Michl

Graduation project about cartographic projection methods.

http://www.fbg.h-da.de/projekte/

Radical cartography

„Something about how maps can reveal everyday practices of power.“ Some examples of critical projections and mapping techniques.

http://www.radicalcartography.net/