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NMNT 2013Space
NMNT 2013Before we begin….
NMNT 2013Meatspace                                Augmented                    Augmented    Virtuality                    ...
NMNT 2013           Milgrams Reality-Virtuality ContinuumSteve Mann. Mediated Reality with implementations for everyday li...
NMNT 2013  So what is the ultimately display? Where there is nodistinction between the real       and the virtual?
NMNT 2013          The Ultimate Display         Ivan Sutherland, 1965‘The ultimate display would, of course, be a  room wi...
NMNT 2013Building blocks for the reality engine       To rebuild reality? No.To gain familiarity with concepts not  realiz...
NMNT 2013       Head Mounted Display       Ivan Sutherland, 1965• ‘Damocles Sword’
NMNT 2013Feedforward 50 (!) years....
NMNT 2013Feedforward 50 (!) years....
NMNT 2013Feedforward to yesterday ....
NMNT 2013 SEEK @The Jewish Museum NYCArchitecture Machine Group, 1970• Installation by MIT  Architecture Machine group at ...
NMNT 2013•   Sense and act in an environment, deal with unexpected events•   Planning versus randomness•   Smart environme...
NMNT 2013        ASPEN Movie MapArchitecture Machine Group 1979
NMNT 2013       Responsive Environments     - Myron Krueger (1970-1975)• Artist as Composer of Responsive  Environments – ...
NMNT 2013         Responsive Environments             - Myron Krueger• Glowflow, (‘69), METAPLAY (‘70),PSYCHIC SPACE (‘71)...
NMNT 2013Response is the medium  Beauty of aural and visual response is secondaryComposing responsive environments at a me...
NMNT 2013Augmented Reality: ARQuake (2000)
NMNT 2013 Augmented Reality:The Hand from Above
NMNT 2013Theo Watson.Laser Tag,2007.
NMNT 2013Theo Watson.Laser Tag,2007.
NMNT 2013Modern Responsive Environment   Funky Forest, Theo Watson:A Modern Responsive Environment        Example: Funky F...
NMNT 2013Meatspace   Cyberspace Reality     Virtuality
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New Media New Technologies - 2013 - Workshop 2 - Space

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New Media New Technologies Workshop 2, Spring Semester 2013, Media Technology MSc Leiden University. See www.nmnt.nl.

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New Media New Technologies - 2013 - Workshop 2 - Space

  1. 1. NMNT 2013Space
  2. 2. NMNT 2013Before we begin….
  3. 3. NMNT 2013Meatspace Augmented Augmented Virtuality Reality Virtual Reality Diminished Reality Artificial Reality
  4. 4. NMNT 2013 Milgrams Reality-Virtuality ContinuumSteve Mann. Mediated Reality with implementations for everyday life. presenceconnect.com, the on line companion to theMIT Press journal PRESENCE: Teleoperators and Virtual Environments, Date Posted: 2002 August 6
  5. 5. NMNT 2013 So what is the ultimately display? Where there is nodistinction between the real and the virtual?
  6. 6. NMNT 2013 The Ultimate Display Ivan Sutherland, 1965‘The ultimate display would, of course, be a room within which the computer can control the existence of matter. A chair displayed in such a room would be good enough to sit in. Handcuffs displayed in such a room would be confining, and a bullet displayed in such a room would be fatal. With appropriate programming such a display could literally be the Wonderland into which Alice walked.’
  7. 7. NMNT 2013Building blocks for the reality engine To rebuild reality? No.To gain familiarity with concepts not realizable in the physical world.
  8. 8. NMNT 2013 Head Mounted Display Ivan Sutherland, 1965• ‘Damocles Sword’
  9. 9. NMNT 2013Feedforward 50 (!) years....
  10. 10. NMNT 2013Feedforward 50 (!) years....
  11. 11. NMNT 2013Feedforward to yesterday ....
  12. 12. NMNT 2013 SEEK @The Jewish Museum NYCArchitecture Machine Group, 1970• Installation by MIT Architecture Machine group at on exhibition held at Jewish Museum (1970)• Computer stacks blocks, builds mental model of the world... But gerbils can topple stacks• What is this piece about?
  13. 13. NMNT 2013• Sense and act in an environment, deal with unexpected events• Planning versus randomness• Smart environments – totalitarian mechanistic worlds
  14. 14. NMNT 2013 ASPEN Movie MapArchitecture Machine Group 1979
  15. 15. NMNT 2013 Responsive Environments - Myron Krueger (1970-1975)• Artist as Composer of Responsive Environments – intelligent real time computer mediated spaces Input• Response is the medium: focus on experience through interaction State• Immersiveness, audience Update participation, real time interaction, randomness, computer mediated spaces, ... Output
  16. 16. NMNT 2013 Responsive Environments - Myron Krueger• Glowflow, (‘69), METAPLAY (‘70),PSYCHIC SPACE (‘71), MAZE, VIDEOPLACE (‘75)
  17. 17. NMNT 2013Response is the medium Beauty of aural and visual response is secondaryComposing responsive environments at a meta level Artificial Realities Learning and adaptation Personal AmplifiersCooperation and frustration – meaningful interaction Play Creative Science applications such as psychology
  18. 18. NMNT 2013Augmented Reality: ARQuake (2000)
  19. 19. NMNT 2013 Augmented Reality:The Hand from Above
  20. 20. NMNT 2013Theo Watson.Laser Tag,2007.
  21. 21. NMNT 2013Theo Watson.Laser Tag,2007.
  22. 22. NMNT 2013Modern Responsive Environment Funky Forest, Theo Watson:A Modern Responsive Environment Example: Funky Forest
  23. 23. NMNT 2013Meatspace Cyberspace Reality Virtuality
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