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La réalité augmentée et ses applications

La réalité augmentée et ses applications | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it

Le monde de la réalité augmentée est en pleine ébullition. Les projets et innovations se multiplient et deviennent stratégiques pour les fabricants.


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(aula6) Hong Kong Is Using DNA Analysis to Publicly Shame Litterbugs | The Creators Project

Litterbugs beware: the DNA evidence you leave behind is now your new worst enemy. An environmental campaign called The Face of Litter is attacking Hong Kong's trash epidemic with some old fashioned public shame, taking DNA evidence left behind on old garbage to recreate digital portraits of litterers. We've seen this kind of technology in action before, when Heather Dewey-Hagborg used DNA phenotyping—which lets artists make an educated guess about what a face might look like—to create 3D-printed face masks from the DNA left behind on discarded cigarette butts and pieces of chewing gum in 2013's Stranger Visions. In this case, the digital results are being used to combat a major urban problem, with plans to post them on transit ads, social media, and print publications all throughout Hong Kong.

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(aula6)Americano cria aplicativo antissocial para não se encontrar com pessoas na rua

(aula6)Americano cria aplicativo antissocial para não se encontrar com pessoas na rua | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
O Hell is other people usa as referências de localização do Foursquare para avisar onde o usuário não deve ir
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The Odd World Of USB "Dead Drops"

People are stashing random information on thumb drives and cementing them into walls. Why?
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The cities of the future will be grown, not built (Wired UK)

The cities of the future will be grown, not built (Wired UK) | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
How building a chair out of a giant mushroom might herald a new urban ecology (The cities of the future will be grown, not built: http://t.co/16EaMFS7 by @iansteadman @wireduk...)...

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Hamburg’s Plan to Eliminate Cars in 20 Years

About 40% of the area of Hamburg, the second largest city in Germany, is made up of green areas, cemeteries, sports facilities, gardens, parks and
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The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World

The 10 Algorithms That Dominate Our World | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
The importance of algorithms in our lives today cannot be overstated. They are used virtually everywhere, from financial institutions to dating sites. But some algorithms shape and control our world more than others -- and these ten are the most significant.
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Call for Papers, Posters and Panels

Call for Papers, Posters and Panels | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
This is the ISEA2015 CFP for long papers, short papers, extended abstracts/demonstrations/posters, panels and institutional presentations. Additional CFPs for workshops and tutorials, as well as ar...
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An Oral History of the First Cyberfeminists

An Oral History of the First Cyberfeminists | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
VNS Matrix emerged from the cyberswamp during one Australian summer in 1991, on a mission to hijack the toys from technocowboys and remap cyberculture with a feminist bent.
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Extreme DIY: Homemade space suits, metal printers, and lifeforms - Slideshow | ExtremeTech

Extreme DIY: Homemade space suits, metal printers, and lifeforms - Slideshow | ExtremeTech | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
The DIY movement has never been more relevant, or more ambitious. These projects aim shockingly high -- and they find a lot more success than you might expect.
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<< Body and Virtuality - Paper: Open Body: media silicon, media Carbon... (portuguese)

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abstract: The body, the dance, the technology and the world are considered here semiotic and evolving open systems. And this comes from the hypothesis that these properties are the ones that could make possible the emergency of a new way from which contemporary dance would express itself: dance interactive technologies. These systems keep a constant exchange, transforming themselves and always tending to complexity. That’s why we appoach this here as Open Body: the carbon body’s media impregnated with silicon.

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Art in a Time of Surveillance - The Intercept - First Look Media

Art in a Time of Surveillance - The Intercept - First Look Media | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
Artists of all stripes are exploring what it means to live in a state of surveillance — and building a thriving cultural movement in the process.
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New "4D-printing" material can change shape in hot water | Dario Borghino | GizMag.com

New "4D-printing" material can change shape in hot water | Dario Borghino | GizMag.com | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it

Researchers at the University of Wollongong, Australia have created a 3D printer-compatible hydrogel that is mechanically tough and able to repeatedly change shape in response to water temperature. The scientists have demonstrated the technology by 3D-printing an autonomous water valve, but the material could also be used to create soft robots, custom designed sensors and self-assembling macrostructures.

The aim of so-called "4D printing" is to extend additive manufacturing to the dimension of time. The idea is to create 3D-printed objects using special materials that are sensitive to heat, water or pressure that can autonomously change shape in very specific, purposeful ways in response to environmental conditions, long after they’ve come out of the printer. In some cases, the objects can even revert back to their original shape.

Examples of 4D printing have included simple self-assembling bodies that fold together when baked, polymers that bend into shape in response to water, heat or pressure, and smart strands inspired by self-assembling nanostructures. Admittedly, 4D printing is far from practical in its current iteration, but the technology is very young and will likely take big steps forward as 3D printing becomes more accessible.

 

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(Aula6)Tantalum Memorial | transmediale

(Aula6)Tantalum Memorial | transmediale | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it

autransmediale is a Berlin-based festival and year-round project that draws out new connections between art, culture and technology.

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El paso siguiente a Google es hacia una inteligencia colectiva reflexiva

El paso siguiente a Google es hacia una inteligencia colectiva reflexiva | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
El intelectual hizo un repaso de sus 20 años de investigación en torno a esta idea. Sostiene que el buscador se aprovecha con fines comerciales de la masa de información a la que accede, pero confía en la democratización de ese proceso.
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Thousand Little Brothers

Thousand Little Brothers | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
Hasan Elahi’s Thousand Little Brothers consists of nearly 32,000 photographs of mundane details from the artist’s daily life that he has sent to the FBI as part of a larger, ongoing self-surveillance project.
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O Relógio Atômico Brasileiro e Uma Outra Breve História do Tempo

O Relógio Atômico Brasileiro e Uma Outra Breve História do Tempo | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
Colocamos Lulu Santos na cabeça e partimos em direção a São Carlos em busca de um relógio atômico — o medidor parente do GPS que esconde milhares de anos de evolução da ciência.
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Flowing Maps Explore the City's Impact on the Local Environment

Flowing Maps Explore the City's Impact on the Local Environment | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it

Digital artist and illustrator Istvan has created a series of maps which artfully imagine the affect of cities and their human inhabitants on the local environment. His colorful images aren’t scientific in nature, but rather a personal exploration of what it might look like if the energies of the metropolis flowed out of the city itself.

“I wanted to represent the influence of cities on their environment as a kind of invisible fluid that overflows from the city to its surrounding.”

The flow of each city map was digitally rendered using local terrain to simulate the erosion flow Istvan desired, then reworked in Photoshop to create a unique identity for each place. The final images were printed on 70cm square acrylic glass.

 


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Storywalker, una nueva experiencia cultural en tu móvil

Storywalker, una nueva experiencia cultural en tu móvil | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
Una app con historias teatralizadas para escuchar en tu móvil. Storywalker, una nueva manera de disfrutar del teatro y de hacer turismo cultural
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TEDxDelft - Kas Oosterhuis - We are changing your view on what is beautiful and what's not - YouTube

Kas Oosterhuis speaks about a new kind of building and about the way architecture will be influencing our understanding of what's beautiful and what is not, ...
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Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film) - YouTube

Archiculture: a documentary film that explores the architectural studio (full 25 min film) - YouTube | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
Archiculture takes a thoughtful, yet critical look at the architectural studio. The 25-minute film offers a unique glimpse into the world of studio-based, de...
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U.S. spy agency predicts a very transhuman future by 2030

U.S. spy agency predicts a very transhuman future by 2030 | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
The National Intelligence Council has just released its much anticipated forecasting report, a 140-page document that outlines major trends and technological developments we should expect in the next 20 years. Among their many predictions, the NIC foresees the end of U.S. global dominance, the rising power of individuals against states, a growing middle class that will increasingly challenge governments, and ongoing shortages in water, food and energy. But they also envision a future in which humans have been significantly modified by their technologies — what will herald the dawn of the transhuman era.
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Are Robots The Future Of Architecture? UCLA's Architecture Studio Thinks So

Are Robots The Future Of Architecture? UCLA's Architecture Studio Thinks So | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it
After helping to define the digital era of architecture, Los Angeles-based architect and UCLA professor Greg Lynn has shifted his purview somewhat. Lynn can ...
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"After helping to define the digital era of architecture, Los Angeles-based architect and UCLA professor Greg Lynn has shifted his purview somewhat. Lynn can now be found conducting research on moving architecture, using the latest industrial technology to experiment with the possibilities of what it might mean for buildings to move, be moved, or take shape from a process involving movement."

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La révolution de la géolocalisation des sons - Promenades réelles et virtuelles

La révolution de la géolocalisation des sons - Promenades réelles et virtuelles | Espaços expandidos | Scoop.it

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