Archive for "Interactive Art"

Image Fulgurator – Julius von Bismarck

June 8th, 2011 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

his website but in the moment it is under construction, but be sure to check it some time. He is a crazy creative head, who has to offer a lot more outstanding interactive art. He his a revoltionary urban artist, using modern technical knowledge to perform his ideas in the public.

“The Image Fulgurator is a device for physically manipulating photographs. It intervenes when a photo is being taken, without the photographer being able to detect anything. The manipulation is only visible on the photo afterwards.
In principle, the Fulgurator can be used anywhere where there is another camera nearby that is being used with a flash. It operates via a kind of reactive flash projection that enables an image to be projected on an object exactly at the moment when someone else is photographing it. The intervention is unobtrusive because it takes only a few milliseconds. Every photo another photographer takes of an object at which the Fulgurator is also aimed is affected by the manipulation. Hence visual information can be smuggled unnoticed into the images of others.”

for more information about his project check this site

iBum by Tomomi Sayuda

July 7th, 2009 // No Comments // Posted by Lukas

Tomomi Sayuda thinks that:

“…human buttocks are one of the less discussed and focused part of human body. In this “iBum” project, I would like to reveal the visual of this less popular part of body without notice. The chair reveal human unconsciousness and reality. When audience sit down on the chair, a scanner on the top of chair start to scan people`s buttocks automatically.  Then the scanned image is printed out from the right hand side of the chair.(…) “

The legendary scenes we all know from movies and funny office scenes shaped up in a chair.  You sit down, you Bum gets scanned and shortly afterwards you get your copy of the chairs view. Quite strange…but somehow creative and really funny!


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