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Originally posted on @LauraLME:
@LauraLME ~ Verses In Motion ~ Digital #Poetry – #Photography ~ All Rights Reserved.
There is a place where we meet
walking slowly towards each other,
A place where we have always been,
In a different time and space
With the same beats,
like blades, cutting the soul in ribbons.
There is a place,
Where we break the walls of pain,
Feeling touch of snow
and rain drops on our faces.
There is a moment, round and perfect,
In that bouncing bubble
our hearts make a sound
Our souls meet
in a rainbow arch,
sliding on diamond ice,
jumping on green memories,
dancing on calm waters.
There is a place where we run,
on puddles of mistakes
through hot streets of fire,
taking us to crossroads of danger,
Where dust and wind play
following each other
between deep ravines
and fresh waterfalls!
Originally posted on kbam:
It’s the future. Rather than provide a Friday five, this week an introduction to my utmost favorite discovery from 2014. Harmonic Laboratory is an artistic collective based in Eugene, Oregon whose mission is to inspire the community through art and technology collaborations.
I was first exposed to the work of choreographer Brad Garner and the Harmonic Laboratory collective when I attended a psychedelic performance of (sub)urban Projections in Eugene in January, 2014. Over the course of one hour, we were guided through the harshly mathematical architecture of the Eugene Hult Center by nine stimulating and emotive performances integrating dance, music, sound, and technology.
Artist Dmitri Von Klein has images from the event available here. Check out more videos like that below, Graffiti Test, blending punky choreography with digital media (I think these are post-production 3D images) on the Harmonic Laboratory website.
Wishing all many enticing discoveries for 2015!!
Originally posted on LAVREB:
Augmented reality is not the same thing as virtual reality. While virtual reality is a completely fictional simulation, augmented reality is the “real-time use of information in the form of text, graphics, audio and other virtual enhancements integrated with real-world objects,” said Tuong Huy Nguyen, principal research analyst at Gartner. Although the technology is still in its infancy, it has matured to the point where organizations can use it internally and externally to create its future use-cases. On October 30, I spoke on a panel at InsideAR – the largest augmented reality conference in Europe organized by Metaio, the leading AR company with over 40 percent market share – about the future of AR in enterprise from a marketing perspective. What I want to share with you is that the future is probably closer than you think. ….[READ
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Originally posted on diverseproject:
Augmented reality (AR) has been such a slow-build that it feels like it has been around forever. Smartphone technology has been on the brink of bringing commercial AR technology to the masses for the past three or four years, without really delivering a killer app.
Look for a widely-used AR application on any smartphone and the chances are that outside the ‘well-known’ browsers such as Layar or Junaio, anyone would struggle to name an alternative. Tales abound of virtual shopping apps where you see how outfits look without having to try them on, whizz-bang animations or historical films that play when you hold your smartphone up at a certain location or over a photograph printed in a newspaper. AR has been given the lead in everything from reviving tourism to the humble newspaper.
And it may well happen soon. In the meantime there are people playing with AR in exciting…
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