[-empyre-] Welcome to Week 2 on -empyre: AR Tools and other stuff
tracey at bytetime.com
Tue Feb 10 07:29:33 AEDT 2015
Thanks Renate, I am enjoying the conversation and learning lots!
> I looked at ADA CAMP and they are holding one in Montreal, Canada in
> April. It sounds like an interesting model and one that has similarities
> with another group that I am newly affiliated with FEM TECHNET.
> Fem Technet however convenes for the most part in virtual space. They too
> are focused on issues involving gender equity especially in education.
> Fem Technet and one of its founders Anne Balsamo have a huge initiative in
> incorporating seminars on rewriting women lives on Wiki. She will be my
> guest this month soon.
Great - will keep an eye out for that thread :-)
> I will spend a bit of time with your blog btw.
> My interests in learning AR stem from a drawing project I am beginning.
> The piece has to do with the general idea of global warming and the
> weather but is inspired by a pretty serious weather event that Tim and
> were in the middle of last July. The work will be large-scale drawings
> with networked areas that viewers will have to seek out on their devices.
> Those areas or hotspots will provide fun facts to know and tell about
> weather, geographic location, global warming, etc. So the AR will animate
> the still drawings. The user will have to provide the movement with her
> hand and eyes as she roams the surface of the drawing.
Sounds like a lovely project - please keep me informed of progress!
> Jason is the one who recommended Layar to me but I will check out the
> others that you mention. I understand your APP allows you to print
> artifacts, postcards, etc.
Layar is a good tool too. When you use Aurasma you create a 'trigger' image which is what activates the AR component - this image is then what I use in other forms - printed materials, in blog posts etc - hope that is a bit clearer.
> Thanks Tracey for sharing with us your work. If you have any time at all
> to stay on with us even intermittently I would love it.
Will do Renate :-)
> Renate Ferro
> Visiting Assistant Professor of Art,Cornell University
> Department of Art, Tjaden Hall Office: 306
> Ithaca, NY 14853
> Email: <rferro at cornell.edu <mailto:rtf9 at cornell.edu>>
> URL: http://www.renateferro.net <http://www.renateferro.net/>
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