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11 days ago by antaldaniel
Studio - SIGGRAPH 2018
Create works of art, items of functionality, or objects of novelty. If you can imagine it,  the SIGGRAPH Studio has the resources to help you make it a reality.

If You Can Dream It, You Can Make It

The SIGGRAPH 2018 Studio is a place where collaboration and interactivity merge to create an experience unlike any other. Utilizing both new and old technologies, SIGGRAPH attendees are encouraged to roll up their sleeves and bring their wildest ideas to life.

In addition to hands-on installations, workshops will be taught by industry professionals on a wide variety of topics related to computer graphics and interactive techniques. These workshops will be offered in graduated levels of difficulty. Start with the very basics and learn a new skill, or jump in at an advanced level and polish off a project you’ve been working toward.

Additionally, Studio experience presentations will be offered about studio-based research projects.

Appropriate submissions include laser-scanning devices, high-speed imaging systems, motion-capture systems, stop-motion animation software, rapid-prototyping machines, interactive drawing tools, physical computing devices or objects, and exploratory platforms.

With something for everyone, the 2018 Studio promises to be a unique source of education, professional growth, and fun.

Lightform: Procedural Effects for Projected AR
Lightform LF1 is a hardware device that enables fast and convenient projected AR for any projector. Through a novel visible structured light technique, the LF1 allows users to apply procedural effects automatically and quickly create projected AR content.
Kevin Karsch Lightform, Inc.
siggraph  events  animation  design  scanning  mocap  projection  laser  graphics  ar  mr  vr 
16 days ago by sherbondy
marco-lancini/goscan: Interactive Network Scanner
GitHub is where people build software. More than 27 million people use GitHub to discover, fork, and contribute to over 80 million projects.
golang  networking  scanning 
21 days ago by geetarista
Torching the Modern-Day Library of Alexandria - The Atlantic
"Page had always wanted to digitize books. Way back in 1996, the student project that eventually became Google—a “crawler” that would ingest documents and rank them for relevance against a user’s query—was actually conceived as part of an effort “to develop the enabling technologies for a single, integrated and universal digital library.” The idea was that in the future, once all books were digitized, you’d be able to map the citations among them, see which books got cited the most, and use that data to give better search results to library patrons. But books still lived mostly on paper. Page and his research partner, Sergey Brin, developed their popularity-contest-by-citation idea using pages from the World Wide Web. (..)
There’s actually a long tradition of technology companies disregarding intellectual-property rights as they invent new ways to distribute content. In the early 1900s, makers of the “piano rolls” that control player pianos ignored copyrights in sheet music and were sued by music publishers. The same thing happened with makers of vinyl records and early purveyors of commercial radio. In the 60s, cable operators re-aired broadcast TV signals without first getting permission and found themselves in costly litigation. Movie studios sued VCR makers. Music labels sued KazaA and Napster. (..)
“I say to you that the VCR is to the American film producer and the American public as the Boston strangler is to the woman home alone,” Jack Valenti, then the president of the MPAA, testified before Congress. (..)
The tipping point toward a settlement of Authors Guild v. Google was the realization that it offered a way to skirt this problem entirely. Authors Guild was a class action lawsuit, and the class included everyone who held an American copyright in one or more books. In a class action, the named plaintiffs litigate on behalf of the whole class (though anyone who wants to can opt out).
So a settlement of the Authors Guild case could theoretically bind just about every author and publisher with a book in an American library. In particular, you could craft a deal in which copyright owners, as a class, agreed to release any claims against Google for scanning and displaying their books, in exchange for a cut of the revenue on sales of those books.
“If you have a kind of an institutional problem,” said Jeff Cunard, a partner at Debevoise & Plimpton who represented the publishers in the case, “you can address the issue through a class-action settlement mechanism, which releases all past claims and develops a solution on a going-forward basis. And I think the genius here was of those who saw this as a way of addressing the problem of out-of-print books and liberating them from the dusty corners to which they’d been consigned.”"
google  googlebooks  books  scanning  copyright  technology  classaction  vcr  mprr  pianoroll  vinyl  radio  tv  napster  settlement  larrypage 
26 days ago by gohai
Document Scanning: Should You Outsource or DIY?
When it comes to document scanning, is it better to outsource to a local company or do it yourself? Learn more for some key points to help you make the decision:
documents  scanning  outsource 
27 days ago by Adventure_Web
How to digitise your slides and negatives
Clever tips for using a camera to scan negatives
camera  film  negatives  scanning 
4 weeks ago by garrettc

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