Thursday, December 1

Michael Bielicky's This year in Jerusalem



from the page at the Jewish Museum, Prague:

"a live feed from the Robert Guttmann Gallery at the Jewish Museum in Prague. The gallery is currently running Michael Bielick√Ĺ’s installation This Year in Jerusalem, for which purpose it is equipped with a special device to track movement (a motion capture tracking system).

The system works on the basis of four lamps that emit infrared rays whose reflections off the bodies of visitors to the gallery are recorded by special cameras. This data is transferred to the system’s center, which then generates an image according to set parameters. The image is a double, or avatar, of each visitor, a three-dimensional model composed of voxels (3D pixels). When someone moves in the designated area his figure and movement are captured and immediately transmitted into the image projected on the screen in front of him.

This image is provided by a web camera located at the Western Wall (the Wailing Wall; Hebrew: ha-Kotel ha-Ma’aravi) in Jerusalem and streamed in real time via a high-speed Internet connection into the Robert Guttmann Gallery for the entire length of the installation, thereby offering visitors to the gallery in Prague a unique opportunity to find themselves in Jerusalem without having to overcome any geographical distance between the two cities, or cross any boundaries whatsoever.

The web camera located in the gallery enables you to view this revolution in travel in real time and in a virtual space."

Sunday, November 27

An expandable list of tables

part of the sponge at http://www.vilt.net/nkdee/flash/dana_8_2.jsp

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The neglected table of negligence.


The desired table of desire.


The indifferent table of indifference.


The burning table of Paris.


The dying table of death.


The sobbing table of sadness.


The free table of the people.


The itching table of ontology.


The female table of gender.


The inevitable table of fate.


The quick table of fame.


The sticky table of cacti.


The huge table of falli.


The obscene table of technology.


The viral table of code.


The rented table of money.


The masturbating table of sex.


The single table of chastity.


The broken table of loyalty.


The cracking table of sanity.


The bloody table of Christ.


The bloody table of Mohammed.


The tabloid table of Buddha.


The innocent table of innocence.


The shopping table of lists.


The cunning table of intellect.


The outstanding table of achievement.


The sacred table of self-indulgence.


The mirrored table of vanity.


The useful table of tablature.


The incredible table of fiction.


The running table of time.


The unstable table of poetry.


The cleared table of humanity.


 


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