Augmented Space by Pablo Valbuena

Posted by on October 4th, 2008 in architecture, art, augmented reality, entertainment, environs, video

The building is alive! Via makezine.com:

Share and Enjoy:
  • Digg
  • StumbleUpon
  • Reddit
  • del.icio.us
  • Twitter
  • Facebook

6 Responses to “Augmented Space by Pablo Valbuena”

  1. Nice find. You might consider adding art to the tags since the apparent transformation is actually an image projected on to the building.

  2. Gillian-Y:

    Good point! I’ll do so now, thanks for pointing that out.

  3. [...] Grinding’s recently published a post about Pablo Valbuena’s new augmented sculpture at the TodaysArt festival in Hague. Valbuena’s an amazing guy – the post just made me remember that last year at the Ars Electronica festival I not only youtubed his amazing installation entitled Augmented Sculpture 1.2 but also interviewed him. At the moment I cannot find the original English sound recording, I only have the Hungarian translation that I did for HVG Online (read the Hungarian version here, together with the complete article that we did for the online version, we wrote a different one for the weekly print) so here’s a brief resumé. [...]

  4. [...] Grinding’s recently published a post about Pablo Valbuena’s new augmented sculpture at the TodaysArt festival in Hague. Valbuena’s an amazing guy – the post just made me remember that last year at the Ars Electronica festival I not only youtubed his amazing installation entitled Augmented Sculpture 1.2 but also interviewed him. At the moment I cannot find the original English sound recording, I only have the Hungarian translation that I did for HVG Online (read the Hungarian version here, together with the complete article that we did for the online version, we wrote a different one for the weekly print) so here’s a brief resumé. [...]

  5. I am surrounded by people who underacheive, who have no real desire to do things in a new way, or who are able to take themselves out of the world in their heads and really consider what is possible.

    More and more though, I hear tell of a new breed of people in ‘other places’ who don’t dumbly ask why something is done but do it because they will it.

    future now future now future now

    Things like this make me want to cry sometimes. My nostalgia for the future is so great that it may break me, and only piss poor communications and a desire for the status quo stands in the way of releasing me of it.

  6. [...] – Augmented Space by Pablo Valbuena saved by dgeiser132009-08-10 – Total Immersion and ARToolworks augmented reality solutions saved by [...]