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OMOTE - make-up the next generation?

Real-Time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

Impressive proof-of-concept demonstration from OMOTE which accurately projects visuals onto a moving human face - video embedded below:

via designculturemind:

[Link]

(via futurescope)

cross-connect:

The Complex Generative Art of Jonathen McCabe

WE ALL know the world can look weird and wonderful under the microscope, but who knew cells could look this pretty? Actually, you won’t find these psychedelic blobs in any living creature on Earth, because contrary to appearances this image has been created by a computer.

Generative artist Jonathan McCabe works with algorithms first developed by mathematician Alan Turing to create pictures like this. “I don’t guide the production of any particular image, the program runs from start to finish without input,” McCabe says, though he does tweak the software to produce different results. “The trick is to try to make a system that generates interesting output by itself.” New Scientist

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hand of a scanner in psychedelic colors - 
theartofgooglebooks:

Employee’s hand with cots, long sleeve, and Virgin Mary bracelet.
From the front matter of Cartel Unter Hohen Herren Fürsten und Ständen Des Löblichen Fränckischen Crayses Wegen Ausliefferung Derer Deserteurs (1742). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized April 1, 2011.

hand of a scanner in psychedelic colors - 

theartofgooglebooks:

Employee’s hand with cots, long sleeve, and Virgin Mary bracelet.

From the front matter of Cartel Unter Hohen Herren Fürsten und Ständen Des Löblichen Fränckischen Crayses Wegen Ausliefferung Derer Deserteurs (1742). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized April 1, 2011.

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Installation views, CUT FOLD REWRITE at FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery, Berlin. May 2 - June 14, 2014. Courtesy the artists and FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery.

Curated by Andreas Wiesner and Celina Basra.

JESSICA EATON

CHRISTIANE FESER

LAURIE KANG

KASIA KLIMPEL

MARLEEN SLEEUWITS

CARLY STEWARD

CLARE STRAND

LETHA WILSON

http://www.feldbuschwiesner.de/Neue_Dateien/02_exhibition/exhibitions_doku/cutfoldrewrite/cut_fold_rewrite_install.html

Wish I could have made it to Berlin for this group exhibit I participated in. Installs look great.

New and cool street signs in Toronto 

lustik:

instagram:

A New Cast of Characters for Toronto’s Neighborhood Watch Signs

To see more of Andrew’s creative Neighborhood Watch modifications, follow @dcmism on Instagram.

Where some may have seen only an old sign faded after years of sun exposure, Toronto artist Andrew Lamb (@dcmism) saw an opportunity. Since 2012, Andrew has treated his hometown’s weathered Neighborhood Watch signs as a blank canvas, adorning them with whimsical figures from pop culture.

"My work tends to deal with altering urban infrastructure in a playful manner," explains Andrew. In this case, it’s about repurposing municipal infrastructure to "invoke nostalgic happy memories" with the help of characters as diverse as Zelda, Bruce Lee and the Planeteers.

What are the keys to success when modifying a sign? “Use a laser printer, not an inkjet,” says Andrew, “and don’t fall off your ladder.”

Martin Kippenberger in Venice 1996, photograph by Elfie Semotan
via frieze blog
http://blog.frieze.com/postcard-from-venice/

Martin Kippenberger in Venice 1996, photograph by Elfie Semotan

via frieze blog

http://blog.frieze.com/postcard-from-venice/

mashable:

The AirPenguin, created by German automation company Festo, is an autonomous penguin-like drone that can move around freely in a defined air space through a microcontroller.

(via futurescope)

OMOTE - make-up the next generation?

Real-Time Face Tracking and Projection Mapping

Impressive proof-of-concept demonstration from OMOTE which accurately projects visuals onto a moving human face - video embedded below:

via designculturemind:

[Link]

(via futurescope)

(Source: adamferriss)

cross-connect:

The Complex Generative Art of Jonathen McCabe

WE ALL know the world can look weird and wonderful under the microscope, but who knew cells could look this pretty? Actually, you won’t find these psychedelic blobs in any living creature on Earth, because contrary to appearances this image has been created by a computer.

Generative artist Jonathan McCabe works with algorithms first developed by mathematician Alan Turing to create pictures like this. “I don’t guide the production of any particular image, the program runs from start to finish without input,” McCabe says, though he does tweak the software to produce different results. “The trick is to try to make a system that generates interesting output by itself.” New Scientist

                                                      &

hand of a scanner in psychedelic colors - 
theartofgooglebooks:

Employee’s hand with cots, long sleeve, and Virgin Mary bracelet.
From the front matter of Cartel Unter Hohen Herren Fürsten und Ständen Des Löblichen Fränckischen Crayses Wegen Ausliefferung Derer Deserteurs (1742). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized April 1, 2011.

hand of a scanner in psychedelic colors - 

theartofgooglebooks:

Employee’s hand with cots, long sleeve, and Virgin Mary bracelet.

From the front matter of Cartel Unter Hohen Herren Fürsten und Ständen Des Löblichen Fränckischen Crayses Wegen Ausliefferung Derer Deserteurs (1742). Original from the Bavarian State Library. Digitized April 1, 2011.

cut

fold

rewrite

jessicaeaton:

cbbcbbcbb:

Installation views, CUT FOLD REWRITE at FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery, Berlin. May 2 - June 14, 2014. Courtesy the artists and FELDBUSCHWIESNER Gallery.

Curated by Andreas Wiesner and Celina Basra.

JESSICA EATON

CHRISTIANE FESER

LAURIE KANG

KASIA KLIMPEL

MARLEEN SLEEUWITS

CARLY STEWARD

CLARE STRAND

LETHA WILSON

http://www.feldbuschwiesner.de/Neue_Dateien/02_exhibition/exhibitions_doku/cutfoldrewrite/cut_fold_rewrite_install.html

Wish I could have made it to Berlin for this group exhibit I participated in. Installs look great.

New and cool street signs in Toronto 

lustik:

instagram:

A New Cast of Characters for Toronto’s Neighborhood Watch Signs

To see more of Andrew’s creative Neighborhood Watch modifications, follow @dcmism on Instagram.

Where some may have seen only an old sign faded after years of sun exposure, Toronto artist Andrew Lamb (@dcmism) saw an opportunity. Since 2012, Andrew has treated his hometown’s weathered Neighborhood Watch signs as a blank canvas, adorning them with whimsical figures from pop culture.

"My work tends to deal with altering urban infrastructure in a playful manner," explains Andrew. In this case, it’s about repurposing municipal infrastructure to "invoke nostalgic happy memories" with the help of characters as diverse as Zelda, Bruce Lee and the Planeteers.

What are the keys to success when modifying a sign? “Use a laser printer, not an inkjet,” says Andrew, “and don’t fall off your ladder.”

Martin Kippenberger in Venice 1996, photograph by Elfie Semotan
via frieze blog
http://blog.frieze.com/postcard-from-venice/

Martin Kippenberger in Venice 1996, photograph by Elfie Semotan

via frieze blog

http://blog.frieze.com/postcard-from-venice/

mashable:

The AirPenguin, created by German automation company Festo, is an autonomous penguin-like drone that can move around freely in a defined air space through a microcontroller.

(via futurescope)

likeafieldmouse:

Gerhard Richter - Untitled (1992)

likeafieldmouse:

Gerhard Richter - Untitled (1992)

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