[-empyre-] OSW: open source writing in the network

xDxD.vs.xDxD xdxd.vs.xdxd at gmail.com
Sat Jan 21 07:36:56 EST 2012

hello there!

On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 12:13 PM, davin heckman <davinheckman at gmail.com>wrote:
> I wish I had read this before writing that long message I send just a
> minute ago.  This really strikes me as a great practice.

> Do you have any video of the iSee app in action?  I don't have a
> mobile phone, smart or otherwise.  But if I did, I would want to try
> this app.
actually now that you mention it there is not a specific video about
Squatting Supermarkets / iSee, because since we were blocked by Apple for
"possible trademark misuse" (whatever that means) we started using the tool
in workshops, events and side projects, and so there are videos about all
these, but none of the specific app.

but you can watch this:


it is about Leaf++, another of our ubiquitous publications: AR for leaves

when you see the part in which we train the system to recognize the leaves
by taking multiple pictures of them until it is able to gather a good
understanding of them, it is the same technology we used for iSee. (and in
effect you can see the system recognizing a leaf in the middle of many
other ones, just like iSee recognized the single logos on multiple types of

actually, as soon as we finish this sound of project writing after the
middle of february, we have planned a great comeback for squatting
supermarkets in a completely new version/vision.


Salvatore Iaconesi

Art is Open Source

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