Manuals for Aurasma- hope they uploaded
D”Fusion Studio for AR (must register to unlock)
AR plugin to Wordpress
David has managed to access a computer that will run the Klein – so we’ll take a look at that tomorrow as well. Thanks, David!
Hope you had a gorgeous reading week full of both catch-up and relaxation.
For tomorrow’s class I want us to move through a number of the Aurasma tutorials and begin to work on the final projects — there really isn’t much time to build these experiences and I would like to know everyone feels [...]
This somewhat of a reaction to the readings about things
I revisited my notes on narrative from the past twenty years. About “meamings”
Meaning is produced by interaction/use.
Meaning is ascribed to things/creatures/actions.
These THINGs become signs in a sign system ie.
ACCULTUREALISED by being given meaning in our culture
Method of building propositions
1. Set up structurally opposite value concepts
2. Formulate [...]
I came across this article about a new Dutch horror film, which is going to utilize people’s phones, for second screen content, in order to tell its story. This is the first time that someone won’t be glared at (or worse) for pulling their phone out in a theatre! I thought people here would appreciate [...]
Getting a break from readings for this class, I had an opportunity to read some works on new media for my research and I am amazed at how quickly these media are evolving. I was delving into anthologies on new media, written in between 2003 and 2007, and the ideas and images all seemed as [...]
I just watched this Frontline piece that I think is somewhat (tangentially) related to some of our discussions in class. Not so much about cinema as it is about the power of social media and the desire to be included in these marketing events, almost as stripped down ARGs. Less about the technology and more [...]
THE WORLD OF THINGS
My reading is prejudiced by two aims. One is to glean an understanding of structures and relationships from the evidence presented. Wolfs book succeeds in this. It is mainly descriptive.The other is to assess it useflness to me creatively. Here iot leaves me a bit flat. My feeling is that building [...]
Computer code gets literary with code poetry slam
Stanford has hosted its first high-tech poetry competition, exploring how computer code can be read and deployed as a poetic language.