Artist Scott Spencer has created a series of AR artworks for the Overlap festival taking place across Liverpool that can be unveiled via anamorphic QR codes. The codes will be dotted around various locations in the city, ...
magine that you walk up to this painting. It's beautiful. It makes you feel a certain way. Like all art it provokes a response, good or bad. With most paintings that's usually the end of your experience. This painting is different. This one is alive.
This is where technology, street art and art history meet. Check out this idea, it is great. GoneTomorrowSF.com is a website dedicated to street art and murals in the San Francisco, CA Bay Area created by Maggie Pike. She starts by generating a QR code and printing on regular paper. She then creates a ceramic tile with the QR Code. The QR code in the photos is for the Trust Your Struggle Mural in Oakland, CA, and if you scan that code, it will direct your phone to a picture of the mural.
L'exposition QRcode design "Paris fait son show" montée et réalisée par Corinne Jaillais en juin dernier à Vannes, en partenariat avec QRdressCode, commence son tour du monde. Première escale à Arlington, la banlieue de Washington, capitale américaine.
Un révolutionnaire sommeille en vous et vous ne le saviez pas ?! Le Club de la Com Midi-Pyrénées a le plaisir de vous offrir quelques minutes de détente et de réflexion… En quelques clics découvrez pour la première fois votre profil révolutionnaire.
Altran, groupe international de conseil en innovation et ingénierie avancée, a souhaité également innover dans sa décoration. En commandant un tableau QRious Déco sur mesure, ils ont apporté une touche design et originale à leur espace professionnel, tout en communicant différemment.
We are used to seeing artists use QR Codes in their works but you don’t see them using other 2d codes very often. Filmmaker and digital artist Lisa Kaselak’s latest work in conjunction with creative director and designer Lee Billington “Tag: We’re It” is a wall of identical black droplets (a memory field) which as the observer approaches are framed into scannable Microsoft Tags (image below).
The abstract-technological language conceptualized in the work of Venezuelan artist Pedro Morales is the central axis of the show De Redes y Cadenas. The artist himself dubbed this process as the dematerialization of the pictorial image; this is to say, the production of an image using solely the features offered by the computer as the tool for its creation. As such, an image that emerges to the sensorial field is a result of the fertile symbiosis between creator, software, and hardware.
I’ve recently become interested in QR codes. They’re amazingly versatile things. They’re able to hold a great deal of information including any web address, text, contact info, almost anything you can think of. And all you need is a smartphone to read them.
2d-code reader Harald Haraldsson of technology start-up Wonwei emailed to tell me about their collaboration with Icelandic telecommunications company Síminn on an interactive music installation during the recent Iceland Airwaves music festival in Reykjavik.
Mobile Bouquets are original, one-of-a-kind, works of art created by Jassen Popp. “A Mobile Bouquet is a flower like image that offers a way to share greetings and stories online or through mobile phones. Mobile Bouquets also have the power to remember things and can be connected to social networking sites. Each Mobile Bouquet is embedded with a QR Code that can be scanned with a mobile phone using a QR Code reader application.”
At first, this sounds forehead-smacking obvious. Of course an art gallery with no actual art on display would leave many visitors looking at their phones – as they head for the exit. However, one novel exhibit is keeping guests happy without hanging any art at all. Artform Gallery & Tattoo’s official website describes the origins of the “Through the Looking Glass” project, and the picture becomes clearer.