Amsterdam-based media institute Mediamatic organises several events in line with the Ignite programme.
Over the summer, Jouke Verlinden, assistant professor at Delft University of Technology’s Industrial Design Engineering department was consulted by several Dutch newspapers as an expert on 3D-print
The AR Lab is looking for contributions for the fourth issue of AR[t] - the leading magazine about Augmented Reality, art and technology!
Imagine a future where everything you do is filed and catalogued by wearing a high-tech data suit outfitted with sensors measuring bodily functions such heart rate, respiration and sweat secretion. Welcome to MeMachine, a technological and artistic project, headed by documentary filmmaker Monique Nolte, that aims to fuel the discussion about current privacy issues by presenting an extreme vision of the future.
Design Column #4 The Circle Is Round features four stories that provide a counterweight to the current tendency towards withdrawal and defence. In different ways the projects show that thinking in terms of boundaries and linear developments is by no means always relevant. When doors appear to close, opportunities arise elsewhere. The ‘plastic soup’ in the ocean is not bound by national borders. Newer and bigger is not always better. Growth is cyclical; the circle is round.
On Friday 28 June 2013 from 17.30 till 19.00 hrs the Smart Replicas project will be presented at Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen in Rotterdam. The first results of this highly collaborative project (including Studio Maaike Roozenburg, Delft University of Technology, the AR Lab and the Royal Academy of Art), are on display.
The AR Lab and the research department Innovative Visualisation Techniques, both headed by Yolande Kolstee, coordinated four Pop-Up Galleries alongside four lectures organised by the Royal Academy of Art’s lecture programme, Studium Generale. A Pop-Up Gallery is an exhibition of limited duration – one evening only. These events enabled students from different departments at the Academy to showcase the results of their research into the artistic possibilities of new media – specifically Augmented Reality (AR).
Recently, we helped Illustration and Fashion student Lisa van Binnendijk (School of Arts Utrecht - HKU) with her graduation project. In The Walk of Weightlessness she uses our AR headset Marty: