Jenn Pipp New Media Art
It is possible to make my own markers for Web AR, I would love to do this.
It is also interesting to note that It is helpful to train individual cameras. If possible I should train the camera that will be used for the opening to give the best results.
Tests of iMac reading a Hiro image to produce AR on an iPhone work inconsistently. The smaller Hiro image is working. I am wondering if it has to do with whitespace? I cant figure out what the issue might be otherwise. I am using AR in 10 lines of code.
I want to create subtle gifs that look like the page or pixels are crawling around.
<—this was an early attempt. Its a first step, and the first animated gif I have made in Photoshop in ages, but not quite what I am going for. have been searching for gif’s i like.
The gif below is inspiration. I want something with texture and feeling but more subtle and jumping out of the white space.
The Grey version below is my alteration of it…It is not quite subtle enough for me yet.
My final version for now is…
https://github.com/artoolkit/jsartoolkit5 is not working. I copied the example and the code. after debugging the screen is small and dark. It does ask for access to my camera when i just put the script into an html text body.
I found some examples of ARToolkit that use the computers Webcam.
The colors on the paper below are three js shapes. This example was more complex because it could present multiple shapes at once. It crashed a few times but when I ran it later it worked.
I really like some of the options
A vision has come into my mind of a need to offer visitors a ceremony for connecting to the web space. I am seeing mouse clicking exercises to help initiate the users use of the internet as a ceremonial ground. The exercises can be tailored to mouse users and to touch screen users. There could be a series of various exercises.
One of the initial issues with the sacred sites is that they are hard to grasp. Ritual and sacred practice is recognizable from the tangible exercises. The beauty of web sites is they can be instantly manifested (and destroyed) and constantly changing. The question is what remains, what are the authentic artifacts of a sacred site on the
For the first few days the sites stayed as they were I went through the cycle on multi pal computers and phones. I Thought about Engelbert and bit mapping. The bit mapping process is invisible when we are using it. We just see and feel the mouse that allows us to reach into the machine. Or the touch pad or touch screen. The idea that we can touch the information is interesting. Touch screens seem the most visceral while hiding the mechanics of the connection. I clicked quickly through the sites the first few days. I let them breathe and exist as they are.
I wanted to be in the right frame of mind to build the sites, and so it wasn’t until Thursday 10/5 that they were constructed. It was the fullest night of the full moon. My hope was to use Atom but the FTP additions were not working. I reluctantly tried Dreamweaver. The Dreamweaver interface has improved and it is a pretty sweet coding environment with built in ftp. I created the four sites first. Then the eight then the 16. due to a lack of formatting the numbers were small and stuck together in the upper left corner.