Monthly Archives: September 2011

“Announcing the 2012 Arts/Science Residency program at the National University of Singapore

“Announcing the 2012 Arts/Science Residency program at the National University of Singapore. Selected artists will be invited to spend 1 month living on the NUS campus, engaging with students and the local arts community as they conduct projects exploring and … Continue reading

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Reality is Plenty – Kevin Slavin critiques augmented reality as it is currently served up

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The last captive Thylacine died yesterday afternoon, 75 years ago.

I’m not buying the ‘thylacine’ footage at the beginning but the archival stuff is fascinating and sad. The only remotely good news is that, during an inventory of specimens, The Australian Museum found that they had several foetuses preserved in … Continue reading

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Guardian article about climate change and Australia’s deeply compromised journalists… “… the editor-in-chief of the Australian, Chris Mi

Guardian article about climate change and Australia’s deeply compromised journalists… “Australia’s climate scientists expose shock-jock distortion tactics” “… the editor-in-chief of the Australian, Chris Mitchell, received the “JN Pierce award for media excellence for leading the newspaper’s coverage of climate … Continue reading

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3D models from photographs with Autodesk Photofly

http://labs.autodesk.com/utilities/photo_scene_editor/ Still in ‘technology preview’ form but that means you can try it out for free. 50-60 photographs is usually enough to make a pretty good model of a 3D object, and interior or a building.

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