(assignment is 4 scrolling pages and small double spaces)
Presentation on Alex Galloway’s PROTOCOL, ch. 6 “Tactical Media” : 4 scrolling webpages long with very small double spaces
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There is a research project here at york using a version of mscapes – Il tell youa bit about it next week. article has link to a video from the Tower of London ghost game.
HP Gets Serious with Gaming
The computer and printer manufacturer unveils a handful of technologies that it hopes will shake up [...]
this is an old post that I fond in my draft folder… a bit dated, but makes a link between our ar discussion and the mobility readings
Augmented reality in the cemetery and elsewhere
From MIT’s Technology Review
Augmented Reality: Another (Virtual) Brick in the Wall
February 15, 2005
Imagine wandering through a southern Victorian-era cemetery shaded [...]
just a reminder that if i don’t have your proposal yet, I need it yesterday ;-)
I’m still at my conference, but can be reached by email. I’ll be holding my regular office hours Tuesday and I’ll see you in class next week.
It would be great if people could post thoughts about the [...]
All posted readings for the next two weeks are up. Let me know if there are any difficulties.
In “Nostalgia for a Digital Object: Regrets on the Quickening of QuickTime,” Vivian Sobchack lauds the poetics of early QuickTime movies. While QuickTime movies aspire to be cinematic, they inevitably fall short of their goal. They are limited by the speed, memory, and bandwidth capacities of the computers in which they are housed. But it [...]