Monthly Archives: May 2014

HDR Timelapse

HDR time-lapse shot on Canon 5D MarkII + magic lantern Edited with Photomatix Pro + Lightroom Locations: Washington Square Park Union Square Park Williamsburg Waterfront Rooftop 16th St x 5th Avenue

HDR Timelapse

HDR time-lapse shot on Canon 5D MarkII + magic lantern Edited with Photomatix Pro + Lightroom Locations: Washington Square Park Union Square Park Williamsburg Waterfront Rooftop 16th St x 5th Avenue

Studio 2

  Using OpenCV and  Face and Edge Detection software, we had fun outputting some greeny photos.. Photos by Ben, Tomas, and Alex.

Studio 2

  Using OpenCV and  Face and Edge Detection software, we had fun outputting some greeny photos.. Photos by Ben, Tomas, and Alex.

Drone Dance

  password: kaka With a wide range of interests and skills within our group, we wanted to combine them into a project that allows us all to investigate our areas of interest, while seeing things from different perspectives. We would

Drone Dance

  password: kaka With a wide range of interests and skills within our group, we wanted to combine them into a project that allows us all to investigate our areas of interest, while seeing things from different perspectives. We would

First Day With Flying Drones

I had downloaded the AR drone app to my cell phone the week before this session on February 26th but the experience of flying the drone as a computer game was very different from flying these drones in actual space

First Day With Flying Drones

I had downloaded the AR drone app to my cell phone the week before this session on February 26th but the experience of flying the drone as a computer game was very different from flying these drones in actual space

Rotating Thom Yorke’s Head via Processing Technology

Yo, Radiohead is straight up on another plane of existence right now, shout out to my TA Eva in the background #HouseOfCards #ProcessingIsDaShiznit A post shared by Nekoro Gomes (@gebrik184) on Mar 20, 2014 at 5:46pm PDT As a group,

Rotating Thom Yorke’s Head via Processing Technology

Yo, Radiohead is straight up on another plane of existence right now, shout out to my TA Eva in the background #HouseOfCards #ProcessingIsDaShiznit A post shared by Nekoro Gomes (@gebrik184) on Mar 20, 2014 at 5:46pm PDT As a group,

Open CV Processing PIcture

This picture is an example of edge detection technology that was used as part of the Open CV point cloud technology portion of our class. We produced the picture by way of python technology.

Open CV Processing PIcture

This picture is an example of edge detection technology that was used as part of the Open CV point cloud technology portion of our class. We produced the picture by way of python technology.

“Hopeless” by Psychic Twin (Music video by Tomas Uribe, Alex Gilwit, and Ben Fausch)

Directed by Tomas Uribe. Animations by Alex Gilwit. Edited by Ben Fausch. Co-directed by Alex Gilwit and Ben Fausch. Story:  This interactive music video, inspired by the song “Hopeless” by Brooklyn-based artist, Psychic Twin, tells the story of two longing

“Hopeless” by Psychic Twin (Music video by Tomas Uribe, Alex Gilwit, and Ben Fausch)

Directed by Tomas Uribe. Animations by Alex Gilwit. Edited by Ben Fausch. Co-directed by Alex Gilwit and Ben Fausch. Story:  This interactive music video, inspired by the song “Hopeless” by Brooklyn-based artist, Psychic Twin, tells the story of two longing

“Resumption” by David Wilson, Donya Ravasani, and Will Chatham

Resumption Written, Directed, Special Effects Design, and Music by David Wilson Editing and Special Effects Design by Donya Ravasani Drone Camera by Will Chatham

“Resumption” by David Wilson, Donya Ravasani, and Will Chatham

Resumption Written, Directed, Special Effects Design, and Music by David Wilson Editing and Special Effects Design by Donya Ravasani Drone Camera by Will Chatham

Flying 3D Printer Could Clean Up Nuclear Waste

3D printers are taking flight, New Scientist reports. Using helicopter rotors, scientists at Imperial College London have created the world’s first flying 3D printer to carry out tasks, like removing nuclear waste, in hostile environments. It works by hovering over

Flying 3D Printer Could Clean Up Nuclear Waste

3D printers are taking flight, New Scientist reports. Using helicopter rotors, scientists at Imperial College London have created the world’s first flying 3D printer to carry out tasks, like removing nuclear waste, in hostile environments. It works by hovering over

MIT Open-Source Software Filters Video to Detect Heartbeat

http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/149623-mit-releases-open-source-software-that-reveals-invisible-motion-and-detail-in-video http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/27/scientists-uncover-invisible-motion-in-video/ Coming soon to smartphones, lie detectors, hospitals, Google Glass, robots… art projects? You can download the software and run it on Matlab, but there’s also a website where you can upload video and they process it.

MIT Open-Source Software Filters Video to Detect Heartbeat

http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/149623-mit-releases-open-source-software-that-reveals-invisible-motion-and-detail-in-video http://bits.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/02/27/scientists-uncover-invisible-motion-in-video/ Coming soon to smartphones, lie detectors, hospitals, Google Glass, robots… art projects? You can download the software and run it on Matlab, but there’s also a website where you can upload video and they process it.

The FAA Now Says Flying a Drone in Most Major Cities Is Illegal Written by JASON KOEBLER May 2, 2014 // 03:28 PM EST

The Federal Aviation Administration has essentially just suggested you can’t fly a drone anywhere remotely near a large airport for any reason without permission from an air traffic controller without risking a fine—a radical 180 degree shift from decades of

The FAA Now Says Flying a Drone in Most Major Cities Is Illegal Written by JASON KOEBLER May 2, 2014 // 03:28 PM EST

The Federal Aviation Administration has essentially just suggested you can’t fly a drone anywhere remotely near a large airport for any reason without permission from an air traffic controller without risking a fine—a radical 180 degree shift from decades of

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Columbia Journalism Review on Drones and Journalism

http://www.cjr.org/cover_story/eye_in_the_sky.php?page=all Great article on the controversy surrounding drones as a tool for journalism. It mentions the man who flew a drone around the Harlem building collapse, and backlash he got from the New York City Drone Users Group: “Like many

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Columbia Journalism Review on Drones and Journalism

http://www.cjr.org/cover_story/eye_in_the_sky.php?page=all Great article on the controversy surrounding drones as a tool for journalism. It mentions the man who flew a drone around the Harlem building collapse, and backlash he got from the New York City Drone Users Group: “Like many