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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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Portfolio ASMP NY Barry Rosenthal

Portfolio ASMP NY Barry Rosenthal | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

“Found in Nature is a long term project. I collect found objects from New York Harbor. I bring them to my studio in Brooklyn and make sculptural arrangements that I then photograph. The series is about ocean borne trash."

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Le photographe Terry Richardson est-il pervers?

Le photographe Terry Richardson est-il pervers? | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

Il y a quelques jours, a été lancée une pétition réclamant à ses plus fidèles clients (Vogue, H&M, Mango), et les autres de cesser de faire appel à lui. 
La raison? Outre son style, qualifié d’« imagerie porno mainstream» (lumière crue, flash, poses plus que suggestives), c’est le comportement du photographe lui-même qui est mis en cause. Il est accusé d’avoir des « comportements déplacés dépassant le cadre professionnel, témoignage à l’appui.

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Trash Can Robots Interact With People So You Can Pick Up Garbage

Trash Can Robots Interact With People So You Can Pick Up Garbage | What's new in Visual Communication? | Scoop.it

The Sociable Trash Box robots were created by researchers at the Interaction and Communication Design Lab at Aichi Prefecture’s Toyohashi University of Technology. The purpose of the robot trash can is to detect trash that has been discarded on the ground where people happen to be located through the use of its onboard camera and multiple sensors. Once the Sociable Trash Box robot detects garbage in an area with people, it moves around in an attempt to get people’s attention in order to get someone to place the garbage inside of it.

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