1. War in Heaven


    from Kristen Sadakane / Added

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    "War in Heaven" is a physical game and video game with multiplayer capabilities in which the player(s) play as devils in order to dethrone God. I used Unity 3D, Open CV and HappyFunTimes to make this game. The context of the game is based on John Milton's Paradise Lost which focuses on Satan's/Lucifer's narrative. In the game, the players can use the physical objects (Sin, Death and Chaos) as platforms to get closer to the middle. A webcam detects the physical objects and make them into virtual objects in the game; thus it looks like the players are on top of the physical object. The multiplayer aspect is possible through HappyFunTimes, which is an application that connects to a web page that people can play through their phones, tablets, and computers.

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    • Carl Brown – Apps that Can See: Getting Data from CoreImage to Computer Vision


      from John Wilker / Added

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      • You hear about the app that can solve a Rubik's Cube after you take pictures of each side? How about the one that can import Sudoku puzzles by letting you take a picture of a puzzle? Wouldn't it be cool if your apps could get information that way? • Come and learn how to integrate image processing in your apps.We'llstartwith Apple's built-in CoreImage libraries, and then move on to open-source C libraries that let you detect colors, shapes, letters and numbers. We'll go through quite a bit of sample code that you can take with you to use in your apps. • We'll also talk about practical tips and experiences, like how to debug and troubleshoot code when things aren't working the way you expected.

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      • Genetic algorithm to evolve 3D faces measured with facial recognition, work in progress.


        from M Plummer-Fernandez / Added

        762 Plays / / 2 Comments

        Some text-type commentary over some work in progress to explain a coding experiment in which I use facial recognition to measure the appearance of faces in random noisy meshes, to propel a genetic algorithm into breeding more face-like meshes. The 'genes' are the mesh vertex coordinates - strong genes get passed on to future generations, so that the population slowly evolves into heads scoring high on facial recognition - supposedly looking more and more like a recognisable face to humans too. The faces however can be disappointingly weak to human observation. I'm moving the project in another direction so this video is here to quickly document my attempts. I have to credit Phil McCarthy for achieving something similar in 2012 using a hill climbing algorithm and 2D drawing. http://boingboing.net/2012/08/05/pareidoloop.html

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        • Spatial Interaction


          from Patrick Müller / Added

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          • Among


            from public*reality / Added

            1,941 Plays / / 2 Comments

            Among is a sonic and luminous environment composed of articulated tubular lights, their pulsation and movement is conditioned by a computer vision system that observes living ants in an antquarium. Subsequently the tubes´ positions and luminous intensities drive a sonification for this environment. The resulting sound, light and movement sequences are amplified interpretations of the ant colony´s activity. Among allows you to wander around among those sequences, offering you a space to experience this amplification. This piece received a Production Incentive award from Telefonica´s Vida awards. (13th edition)

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            • Interactive Fish Tank | ITP Winter Show 2011


              from Crys Moore / Added

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              --Manuela Donoso & Crys Moore

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              • OpenCV The Other Side


                from Brian Tighe / Added

                26 Plays / / 0 Comments

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                • Interactive Dancewall


                  from Onepage Design / Added

                  109 Plays / / 0 Comments

                  Our main focus is to let more people dance at the Club by a motion reactive installation. It produces a real time visual projected motion effect and at the same time it generates a GIF-Animation that's uploaded to Facebook. Software : Openframeworks with OpenCV Hardware : Arduino / Motion Sensor

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                  • prototype


                    from Daniel Jay Bertner / Added

                    37 Plays / / 0 Comments

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                    • City Parallax


                      from Bree Rubin / Added

                      33 Plays / / 0 Comments

                      Prototype of interaction using face tracking and parallax shifting. Need to figure out a better way of mapping the slide.

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