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A sample frame (minus logo) of a prototype of what the filter does.

Unlogo is a new tactical media project from Eyebeam Alum Jeff Crouse that eliminates logos and other corporate signage from videos. The project launched this week as part of the Berkeley Net Art Exhibition.

Join Jeff for a 2-hour workshop on Sept 29th from 6-8PM where he will teach participants how to use the tools behind Unlogo: the new FFMPEG AVFilter interface in conjunction with OpenCV to make "smart" video filters.

You can also support the project's future development with your dollars via the Unlogo Kickstarter campaign. http://kck.st/co2Ec6

 
Start Date: 
22 Mar 2014
Hours: 
12:00PM-3:00PM
Cost: 
$50 ($25 for Students)
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Register here!

Do you love to hate pop culture? See an ad, music video or viral video and think it would be so much better with one simple subversive tweak? This day-long workshop will cover the basics of mash up-video making and pop culture hacking. Participants will debate what makes a good mash up, make their own and upload the results to the web. And a course in mashing up media would be irresponsible if it didn't include a lesson on the ins-and-outs of fair use and copyright as it applies to creative works on YouTube! Come hack pop culture with us! 

ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:

 

My talk at 30C3 congress in Hamburg last weekend. You can find all recordings of all talks also here http://media.ccc.de/browse/congress/2013/index_1.html Good stuff!

 
Hours: 
12:00PM-6:00PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Dual Exhibition, Book Launch and Performative Reading at Eyebeam Storefront

Opening: Thursday, November 14, 6pm – 9pm
Performative Reading: Paul Amitai & eteam, 7pm

 
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usplus is a Google Hangout app that analyzes the speech and facial expression of both participants to optimize their chat interaction experience.

Project Created: 
June 2013
 
Start Date: 
14 May 2013 - 8 Jun 2013
Hours: 
Tues. - Sat., 12-6PM
Cost: 
Free
Venue: 
Eyebeam
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Eyebeam is pleased to present moving-image artist Lauri Astala"s latest interactive installation On Disappearance (2012). 

On Disappearance deals with the changes in our spatiotemporal experience and our social encounters induced by current communication technologies. The installation aims to destroy the norm of the traditional, cinematic black cube, wherein the role of the spectator is limited to that of passive observer, experiencing a mediated reality.

 
People: Lauri Astala
Tags: video, moving image, installation
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Forty-eight to Sixteen documents my daily commute from Brooklyn to midtown Manhattan with sensors for my heartrate, breathing, and the cadence of my pedaling, along with chest-mounted video. Cellist Topu Lyo interprets my experience via a composition I derived from the sources that is precisely timed with the video. I am interested in 'performing' data and my and Topu's divergent but equally physical relationship to the information. Additionally, the physiological basis of empathy has implications for recent trends in media culture toward first-person viewpoints and the integration of biometrics into documentary. (Named after the gear ratio of my bike.) 

http://brianhouse.net/works/forty_eight_to_sixteen/

Project Created: 
June 2012
 

The teens of DDC share some of their positive experiences from this summer's program. Read more about what we did here: eyebeamddc2011.tumblr.com/​

Thanks to DDC teen Ian Antoni for interviews and camera work, and Eyebeam Production Assistant Kyle Kessler for editing together the final cut.

 

Andrew Demirjian's Eyebeam Residency project,  Scenes from Last Week Lex/47, at Roger Smith Hotel.

 
Projects: Scene from Last Week
People: Andrew Demirjian
Tags: surveillance, video, youtube
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S*OIL prototype, 2011

S*OIL is a human-powered interactive installation focusing on the industrialization of agriculture, biofuels and topsoil erosion. Mechanical and electronic systems are combined with living systems using experimental perennial food crops, video, and an electronically controlled irrigation system.  A mechanism in the likeness of a railway handcar that uses bicycle parts as a chain drive was built as the central object of interaction in the installation. These mechanisms were chosen for their historical and nostalgic references, linking industrial and natural processes while contrasting them with human consumption and expenditure. Participants operate the handcar to activate the installation by generating the electricity needed to power the pump and irrigation system, and videos.

Project Created: 
May 2011
 
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