Future Cinema Course

Course Site for Future Cinema 1 and Future Cinema 2: Applied Theory at York University, Canada

Tasman Richardson’s Necropolis @ MOCCA

I thought that this might be of interest to the class. Highly recommended! For a sample of his work, check out his Jawa video The Game.

Necropolis is an immersive video and new media installation. It realizes the translation of over a decade of ethereal video experiments and theorizations into a real world, tactile audience [...]

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Tue, February 7 2012 » digital cinema, scary, screen technologies » 2 Comments

Unsettling Dolls

Geoff’s feducial doll made me think about the tenancy for artists to create animal/human hybrid forms. Geoff said that his doll was to be calming, and I tend to agree with (I think it was) Caitlin who said that it left a sort of unsettled feeling. Please follow the following link to see dolls created [...]

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Tue, March 11 2008 » Future Cinema 2, scary » No Comments

BBC NEWS | Technology | Holographic displays step closer

Just something interesting to kick off reading week… BBC NEWS | Technology | Holographic displays step closer

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Sun, February 10 2008 » articles of interest, augmented reality, emerging technologies, projects, scary, screen technologies, virtual reality » No Comments

New Screen Idea: Nursery Mobile Brainwave Synchronization

The screen I was interested in manufacturing would attempt to facilitate a controlled sensory deprivation for the viewer and promote an internalized screening process. The immediate surroundings of the viewer would be a coffin like structure or a water tank filled with either sand or water [...]

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Sun, January 20 2008 » Future Cinema 2, art+science labs, assignments, augmented reality, emerging technologies, scary, screen assignment, synaesthesia » 1 Comment