Mixed media, projection
The 52 Card Cinema project is an exemplar of the unique architecture of cinematic pieces mapped on to the real world, made possible by Augmented Reality technology. The concept is simple: 52 cards, each printed with a unique identifier, are replaced in the subject’s view by the individual shots that make up a movie scene. The cards can be stacked, dealt, arranged in their original order or re-composed in different configurations, creating spreads of time.
Technical Support: York University, Future Cinema Lab, Toronto
Andrew Roth – A.R. System Design; Andrei Rotenstein – Lead Software Developer;
Mikhail Sizintsev – Software Developer; AR Marker Tracking System: ‘ARTag’ by Mark Fiala
- Geoffrey Alan Rhodes is currently an Assistant Professor in the School of Film and Animation at the Rochester Institute of Technology, USA
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