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Six Data Gnomes, two Data Portraits, nine painted QR codes, and several 3D printed objects were sent to Rutgers University Camden. They will be part of the upcoming Hyperrhiz exhibition. More infos soon. Advertisements
Found this and more amazing stuff at The Scrap Exchange in Durham.
Karin + Shane Denson 24″ x 24″ Acrylic on Canvas This QR painting directs the user’s browser to a website that mines the text of “The Communist Manifesto” by Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels from 1884. The piece uses Markov … Continue reading
Karin + Shane Denson 24″ x 24″ Acrylic on Canvas Upon scanning this QR painting, a digital rendering of a hand-sculpted Karl Marx Gnome appears in augmented space. The physical gnome, which is made out of solid concrete and can … Continue reading
Grab your cell phone or a tablet with a scanner and check out our “Making Mining Networking” exhibit at The Edge, Duke University, NC.
On Monday, April 20, 2015, the Network Ecologies exhibition opens at 2pm. Talks and events starting at 3pm. See here for details.
I would love to paint different backgrounds for my data face and it’s really hard to find one that still works with the AR.