dynaflash high speed projection mapping

The Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory at the University of Tokyo is demonstrating a setup they call DynaFlash v2 and Post Reality.  They combine incredible ultra-high speed projection (1000 FPS), high-speed 3D sensing, plus the processing techniques needed to drive 3D mapping

dynaflash high speed projection mapping

The Ishikawa Senoo Laboratory at the University of Tokyo is demonstrating a setup they call DynaFlash v2 and Post Reality.  They combine incredible ultra-high speed projection (1000 FPS), high-speed 3D sensing, plus the processing techniques needed to drive 3D mapping

lg’s senses of the future exhibition at milan designweek 2017

LG partnered with Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka for an insanely beautiful installation at this year’s Milan Design Week. The installation consists of two primary features:  “Chairs” created from LG’s doublesided (!), transparent (!!) OLED screens and a huge wall created

lg’s senses of the future exhibition at milan designweek 2017

LG partnered with Japanese designer Tokujin Yoshioka for an insanely beautiful installation at this year’s Milan Design Week. The installation consists of two primary features:  “Chairs” created from LG’s doublesided (!), transparent (!!) OLED screens and a huge wall created

advertima

Advertima is startup combining machine learning with digital signage. According to their site: Artificial intelligence teams up with digital out of home experiences. As the world’s first experience management system (EMS) Advertima combines machine learning, computer vision and big data

advertima

Advertima is startup combining machine learning with digital signage. According to their site: Artificial intelligence teams up with digital out of home experiences. As the world’s first experience management system (EMS) Advertima combines machine learning, computer vision and big data

unsense

The global powerhouse design firm UNStudio recently announced that it is launching a tech startup/spin-off called UNSense that will focus on using sensor-based technologies for the built environment. According to their PR announcement: With UNSense, our aim is to improve physical, mental and

unsense

The global powerhouse design firm UNStudio recently announced that it is launching a tech startup/spin-off called UNSense that will focus on using sensor-based technologies for the built environment. According to their PR announcement: With UNSense, our aim is to improve physical, mental and

more photons, less paper

Join me on Valentine’s Day at the Strategies in Light conference in Long Beach, California.  I will present some examples of using BIM, parametric design and virtual renderings to sell and specify “embedded lighting.” You can find the conference info

more photons, less paper

Join me on Valentine’s Day at the Strategies in Light conference in Long Beach, California.  I will present some examples of using BIM, parametric design and virtual renderings to sell and specify “embedded lighting.” You can find the conference info

brilliant control

A new Silicon Valley startup called Brilliant is launching an interesting smart-home controller/lighting dimmer that integrates a touch screen with optional touch-sensitive physical sliders. Replacing native 120V wall switches, the Brilliant has real dimmers inside it (you can even select

brilliant control

A new Silicon Valley startup called Brilliant is launching an interesting smart-home controller/lighting dimmer that integrates a touch screen with optional touch-sensitive physical sliders. Replacing native 120V wall switches, the Brilliant has real dimmers inside it (you can even select

samsung microLED

Via The Verge:  At CES 2018, Samsung is previewing a “modular” direct-view micro-LED 146″ 4K TV. LEDs continue to race into the future…and it looks like the trend for direct-view LED screens with incredibly small pixel pitch is going to

samsung microLED

Via The Verge:  At CES 2018, Samsung is previewing a “modular” direct-view micro-LED 146″ 4K TV. LEDs continue to race into the future…and it looks like the trend for direct-view LED screens with incredibly small pixel pitch is going to