Category Archives: Tarim

What, the curtains?

I’ve been beavering away making a new set of curtains for the Projection Hero installation. It’s now safely back in Tarim’s hands, so he can finalise the interface, finesse the controls and insert the LED lights in time for the … Continue reading

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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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Projection Hero

One of the installations I’m working on with Tarim is Projection Hero, where the visitor can learn about the role of the projectionist through interacting with a miniature cinema. Here’s one of my initial drawings: There will be a laptop, housed … Continue reading

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Meet Tarim, from Media Playgrounds who is helping me with the Projection Hero installation: He’s pictured with a working prototype of the motor that will open the curtains (currently winding up a roll of duct tape attached to a cotton … Continue reading

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I’ve been sewing some curtains for the Projection Hero installation that I’m making with Tarim from Media Playgrounds.  Who knew that Home Economics would come in handy?

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