Monthly Archives: July 2011

Projection heroics: Tarim in action at the Curzon

Tarim pulled out all the stops and managed to get a working prototype of the Projection Hero installation working for the second iteration – needs lots more work, but the Curtains, LEDs and video could all be manipulated from the … Continue reading

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Video of #postdigi Curzon talk

You can watch a video of my recent presentation about the Curzon Memories App at the Postdigital Encounters: Creativity and Improvisation Journal of Media Practice Symposium (24 June 2011) here.

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Curzon Second Iteration

The second iteration went well, with the initial feedback suggesting that the move indoors using QR codes to trigger the memories was one of the most satisfying elements. A huge thank you to all who came to test and give … Continue reading

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Museum of London Apps

The Museum of London has a couple of apps which look interesting, one called Streetmuseum, available on iPhone and Android, which uses augmented reality, together with geo-mapping, to enable users to overlay old photographs onto real physical locations: And another called … Continue reading

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Tweeting now #EVAlondonConf @EVAlondonConf

Off to Electronic Visualisation and the Arts Conference tomorrow – which “focuses on the development and application of electronic visualisation technologies, including art, music, dance, theatre and the sciences.  Artists, researchers, practitioners or academics working with or interested in electronic visualisation … Continue reading

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