Dublin-based filmmaker Kevin Littlewood writes:
Ghost buildings and hidden walkways, dotted across an ever-changing Dublin city. A short film of what we pass and what passes us…of what remains, even when it’s gone.
A new seres of eight pleasingly textured stamps form the US Postal Service. To wit:
A special coating applied to selected areas of the stamps during the printing process gives them a texture that mimics the feel of a: baseball’s stitching; golf ball’s dimples; tennis ball’s seams; soccer ball or volleyball’s textured panels; and, the different raised patterns of a football, basketball and kickball.
…8 architectural video projectors… split into 630 sub-projectors using an apparatus of concave mirrors designed by artificial nature. Each mirror and its backing structure are computationally generated to create a group that collaborates to form the single image in the air. By measuring the path of each of the 16,000,000 pixel beams individually, light beams can be calibrated to merge in the haze to draw in the air. 40 channels of audio are then used to build a field of sound which solidifies the projected phenomena in the audience’s senses.