Cinemagician at OSC comes to a close

Photo: Pippin Lee We would like to thank the Ontario Science Centre again for allowing us to participate in the Amazing Cinemagician installation. If you missed it at the centre here are some images from Helen Papagiannis:   “Wonder Turner” Ontario Science Centre installation from Augmented Stories on Vimeo.   “The Amazing Cinemagician”, Homage a […]

Cave Objects for Max/MSP

In 2010, the Banff New Media Institute revitalized their VR CAVE. In keeping with work being done in the Augmented Reality Lab at York University, the framework used in the lab was made to be easily repurposed, portable, and capable of running on both a laptop or multiple computers. 1. Create a server patch using […]

ARLAB objects for Max/MSP – Verison 2 released!

DOWNLOAD The newest in the set of helper objects for Cosm in order to create Augmented Reality environments. Greatly simplified workflow in order to get you up and running quickly. Try it on your own machine, you don’t need a tracking system in order to take advantage of the navigational hotkeys supplied by the Cosm […]

The Amazing Cinemagician at the Ontario Science Centre

In YFile: Experience cutting-edge technological wizardry that blurs the lines between art, design and science in The Amazing Cinemagician: New Media Meets Victorian Magic, opening May 29 at the Ontario Science Centre’s Idea Gallery. The exhibition features two interactive installations by new media artist and York University PhD student Helen Papagiannis that use augmented reality […]

What is the Fogscreen?

“It’s as simple as it is stunning. With the use of ordinary tap water and digital technology, FogScreen projection screen enables projected images to literally float in the air, creating a brand new medium to captivate and fascinate audiences. You can walk right through a FogScreen projection screen without getting wet. The microscopic fog droplets […]