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This blog is no longer continued and serves as an archive of my previous work on the augmentation of vision. I now blog at See you over there!


Virtual nose and simulator sickness

Besides all the hightech opportunities of Augmented Vision people tend to forget about the fact the visual erception is a bodily experience, it’s not something we can completely virtualize: David Matthew Whittinghill, Bradley Ziegler, James Moore, and Tristan Case have found that a virtual nose may reduce simulatir sickness in virtual…


Talk: Image-Guided Vision

I am going to give a talk at the Hybrid Photography Conference at Humboldt University Berlin on saturday 2/21/2015 in which I will address the problem of image-guided military interventions. My paper will draw upon a functional shift of images from a medium of visibility and visualization towards a medium that guides operative processes.…

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Talk: Head-Mounted Displays

Am Freitag, den 13.2.2015 spreche ich auf dem Workshop „Bildgenese in den Wissenschaften“im Exzellenzclusters Bild Wissen Gestaltung an der Humboldt Universität zu Berlin. Das Projekt, das ich sort vorstelle, ist die Outline meines Forschungsschwerpunktes über  „Head-mounted Displays in der klinischen Praxis“, das ich ab Mai beginnen werde. Die Studie soll Potential von…


Seminar: Sensing War at the Interface

Sensing War at the Interface: Immersive Training Simulations and the Sense-able  Lucy Suchman in the Citizen Sense „Sensing Practices“ seminar series 25 February 2015, 16:00 – 18:00 137 Richard Hoggart Building, Goldsmiths, University of London   This paper begins with the motivating questions and initial analytic framing of my research in…

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Eyes of Things

“Eyes of Things” is a new Horizon 2020 funded Programme aiming „to build an optimized core vision platform that can work independently and also embedded into all types of artefacts.“ It assembles a variety of actors, also form outside of academia. Their mission statement draws upon the old concept of ubiquitous vision which…

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Augmented Reality Day, Feb 24, 2015, Munich

Aus der Ankündigung: „Auf dem Augmented Reality Day 2015 erfahren Sie mehr über aktuelle Projekte, Forschungsansätze und Neuentwicklungen im Bereich Industrie, Architektur, Kunst und Games. Mit Vorträgen, Case Studies und Diskussionen wird gezeigt, welche neue Dimension diese Technologie ermöglicht.“Augmented Reality Day Programm. Kooperationspartner sind unter anderem: metaio, Technische Universität München, Mediennetzwerk-Bayern,…

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Workshop on Wearable and Ego-vision Systems

The rapid progress in the development of systems based on wearable cameras, multi-sensor wearable devices and embedded computers have created the conditions to use multimedia and computer vision technologies to augment human experience in everyday life activities such as sport, education, social interactions, cultural heritage visits, etc.Wearable systems can be…


Vortrag von Derek Gregory: Die Kunst der Drohne

Gregory ist Peter Wall Distinguished Professor und Professor of Geography an der University of British Columbia in Vancouver und blogt sehr lesenswert auf Geographical Imaginations. Am 11. Dezember 2014 spricht er im HAU in Berlin im Rahmen der Veranstaltungsreihe Waffenlounge über „Die Kunst der Drohne“. Aus der Ankündigung: „Drohnen werden oft als ‘seelenlose Tötungsmaschinen’ bezeichnet.…