As a followup to yesterday’s 2001: A Space Odyssey, here are two more film icosacomposites for your enjoyment:
Month: May 2012
A while back I was playing with averaging and time-based media, and came up with Average Cinema, which are movies averaged frame-by-frame into a single field of color and then played as an installation. Because of difficulties in encoding color-field imagery using DVD and other area-based compression schemes, I haven’t posted the Average Cinema pieces
Due to a new project I started last week, I realized I needed to do some tweaking on the transparencies of the 20-layer composite videos of the MBTA stations I did a while back. So I’ve re-rendered the videos and reposted them to Vimeo. Basically this just a quick notification.
So the averages I’ve been producing have been normalized to one specific size, in this case, 2400 x 2400 pixels for the generated, clean QRs. However, the actual encoded pixel width of the QR depends on how much data one wishes to encode. If you look at any of the composites I’ve done, you see
Another set of QR codes discovered lurking in the Real World. Fun fact: one of the codes used I used myself at Somerville Open Studios as a way for people to sign in to my email list. Unfortunately, only three people actually used it: one was an abject failure, one didn’t enter his email address,
I’ve been doing some letterpress runs for the upcoming Somerville Open Studios on the 5th and 6th, mostly of simple things that people might like to have as display pieces. One of these was an alphabet sampler, printed in 877 Gold here: After doing this, I thought of a post I’d done long, long ago