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CHI2009 art creation

  1. 1. Urban Pixels: Painting the CHI 2009 City with Light Art Creation Passive Photography from a Creative Perspective Musink: Composing Music through Augmented Drawing Ting @ SMG
  2. 2. Musink: Composing Music through Augmented Drawing TheophanisTsandilas, Catherine Letondal& Wendy E. Mackay In|Situ, INRIA Saclay, Ile-de-France
  3. 3. We explored the creative use of paper in contemporary music through a participatory design process.
  4. 4. Goals • Explore the role of paper throughout the creative process of music composition. • Design new forms of paper interaction to support musical creation.
  5. 5. Initial interviews with composers at IRCAM.
  6. 6. video
  7. 7. Passive Photography from a Creative Perspective Sara Ljungblad SICS - Swedish Institute of Computer Science
  8. 8. SENSECAM Sensecam is a camera that takes pictures automatically with an internal timer, and no viewfinder . A light signal on top of the camera indicates whenever a picture is taken. The camera has a fisheye lens that gives the pictures a wide-angle view. The resolution is low (VGA resolution is 640x480 pixels) and up to 30 000 pictures could be saved in the camera.
  9. 9. SENSECAM
  10. 10. Experiencing a memorable moment
  11. 11. Placing the camera to capture a scene
  12. 12. Avoiding repetitiveness and boring pictures
  13. 13. A sense of a piece of time
  14. 14. Shooting a part of me
  15. 15. Collectors
  16. 16. Urban Pixels: Painting the City with Light • Susanne Seitinger, Daniel S. Perry, William J. Mitchell • Smart Cities Group • MIT Media Laboratory
  17. 17. Urban environments are increasingly filled with digital display systems that are inflexible, flat, bounded, high-resolution, and unresponsive.
  18. 18. We explore the potential of physically instantiated pixels that enable flexible, reconfigurable, unbound ed, low-resolution, and responsive urban displays.
  19. 19. Using the building as interface Blinkenlights installation at Toronto City Hall, Canada, 2008.
  20. 20. Appropriating public facades through projection Laser Tag on a building façade.
  21. 21. Deploying individual pixels Tram with Throwies
  22. 22. Interacting with façades through projection Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, "Body Movies" (2002). Linz, Austria.
  23. 23. Transforming architecture into ambient display Allianzarena in blue, Munich, Germany.
  24. 24. Urban Pixel prototypes

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