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HOLO Brings Largest Hologram Ever to This Year's Ultra Music Festival

HOLO Brings Largest Hologram Ever to This Year's Ultra Music Festival | PROYECTO ESPACIOS | Scoop.it

DJ Eric Prydz fuses electronic music with the latest in visual technologies, with holograms, 3D-mapped animation, fractals, and amorphous cosmic topographies all blending into a sense frenzy for his touring EPIC showcase.

In a Skype roundtable with Immersive creative director and EPIC-co-designer, John Munro, production manager and technical producer and co-designer, Mark Calvert (also of Immersive), lead animator and VJ Liam Tomaszewski, and Prydz's manager Michael Sershall, we spoke about the challenges of not only creating holograms but expanding 'em. The team also spoke about rendering original 3D-mapped visuals for each new performance, and how they're fully scaling up the overall EPIC show with HOLO...


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An iPad Guide To Building The Perfect Sustainable City

An iPad Guide To Building The Perfect Sustainable City | PROYECTO ESPACIOS | Scoop.it

In 2010, Harvard’s Graduate School of Design published Ecological Urbanism, a book of interdisciplinary essays on sustainable city-building. But the project had one inescapable shortcoming: When you’re dealing with a field that’s evolving so rapidly, a finite, physical book is liable to be outdated by the time it leaves the printer.

So upon completing the collection, the school commissioned Portland-based interactive studio Second Story to transform the book into an iPad app, a resource that would draw from the original text but could also be updated with new projects and papers as needed. Now available for free, the app shows how dynamic areas of study can benefit greatly from equally dynamic texts.

Features like interactive graphs are innovative ways to access data, as well as useful tools for understanding it. "While working on the app, we found that the data visualizations revealed patterns that told another meta-story that already existed in the book," he says. "Essentially, the patterns illustrated trends in sustainable design, which is attractive for both scholars and the general reader to see."


Visit the link to learn more about how this new format has given research and urban issues a stronger, more engaging and current platform with which users to engage...


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Creative Culture: Infinity Bamboo Forest

Creative Culture: Infinity Bamboo Forest | PROYECTO ESPACIOS | Scoop.it

This beautiful passage in a public annex building in Wuxi, China, was designed by Prism Design and has been recently opened to the public.

As the main building, where the passage leads to, has a concept based on Japanese culture, Prism wanted to use the image of a full-grown bamboo forrest prominently in the space, continuing the reference to traditional Japanese design and culture. The project had limited budget, time, and space within the annex building, causing Prism to take on a minimal approach in its design. Inspired by the concept of visual infinity they decided to create the illuminated passage of twenty meters, using only a limited amount of the total space and creating a clear focus on their enhancement to the space. As the rest of the room is dimly lit the beautiful passage“seeks to extent to infinity in a finite world.”

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