Together with Kathrin Friedrich (University of Potsdam) and Matthias Bruhn (Karlsruhe University of Arts and Design) I published the paper „Adaptive images: Practices and aesthetics of situative digital imaging“ in NECSUS European Journal of Media Studies. The paper is our take on a new type of digital images that continuously adapt to time and space. […]
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Manœuvres by Francois Quevillon
Visualizing Computer „Vision“. It is actually bizarre to conceptiulaize computer vision using the term vision. Those images are only visualized for humans to understand, decide or judge upon processes made by comupters. Machines don’t need images. La série Manœuvres fait partie d’un corpus qui s’inspire des technologies utilisées par les véhicules autonomes et des compilations […]
Fake news are the next big thing (in academia)
We are laughing now, but not for much longer. Soon it won’t be only twitter bots and troll armys. AI + imaging technology will put a whole new dimension on the reliability of the image. via Buzzfeed.
The Parallax View
3D depth illusion by Algomystic AB.
Leap Motion Interface Study
Leap Motion going mixed reality by Keiichi Matsuda. See it in action on twitter. This is particularly interesting also beyond the concept of the emodied interface but regarding all kinds of applications using hand gestures.
Yolo object detection
You only look once (YOLO) is a state-of-the-art, real-time object detection system. On a Pascal Titan X it processes images at 30 FPS and has a mAP of 57.9% on COCO test-dev. via prostheticknowledge