This beautiful application allows free form drawings to be matched with satellite images that have similar topography. Go machine vision!
This is either the worst idea ever or the best idea ever. Adding an extra level of immersion is always a good idea but to what extent? How many gadgets does it take to strapped to a face to call it.
Six Flags Introduces Virtual Reality Roller Coasters to 9 US Parks
Check out this real-time smoke and particle effect that we did for Shaw’s new show! We are using Open Frameworks to draw it to the video wall. The lower right creative is also driven by Open Frameworks and is on a schedule which corresponds to the launch date and times of the show.
On Dec. 1 Amazon filed a patent for a system using a combination of depth sensing and projection mapping.
Unsure yet how this differs from Microsoft's immersive display experience (Illumiroom) patented a few years back but the future for augmented reality looks very bright indeed.
More information in this article in the International Business Times
Link to actual patent here
A team of researchers from Japanese firm Aerial Burton have showed off focused pulse lasers with the ability to project a 3-D display in mid-air, even during daylight. Unlike other holographic projectors we’ve seen, it doesn’t require fog or steam to display the image and can be displayed using just air as the medium.
more info here
The F21 Thread Screen is a 2,000 pound machine that uses 6,400 mechanical spools of thread to display Instagrams hashtagged with #F21ThreadScreen
Concept by James Murphy and Heineken to turn NYC subway turnstile beeps into music.