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Selected news about graphic design, photography, film studies and media & interaction design for CV students at ECAL (Lausanne, Switzerland)
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OccultUs by Simon de Diesbach – Designing for alternate reality

OccultUs by Simon de Diesbach – Designing for alternate reality | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Created by Simon de Diesbach at ECAL with the support from Alain Bellet, Gael Hugo, and Christophe Guignard, OccultUs is an installation that exploits the potential of the Oculus technology by immersing the user in a sensory experience that mixes two distinct realities and simulated.

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Google Glass – How it works

Google Glass – How it works | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

How does it work, Google’s new Glass? Why can you see with it a sharp image-layer? How does the image overlay the image of reality? The following infographic illustrates the optical principle – very simple and easy to understand.

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These glasses let you see the world through your favorite typeface

These glasses let you see the world through your favorite typeface | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

It's cool to understand typography now, to have a favorite typeface, and to be able to bore your friends about the differences between Arial and Verdana. The Japanese companyType wants to put your favorite typography on your face in the form of glasses. Type has created two lines of glasses that take design inspiration from a couple of the most well-known typefaces, Helvetica and Garamond. Each line has three versions of the spectacles — light, regular, and bold, of course — that delineate the thickness of the frames.

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