algorithmic seeing, autonomous cameras,  and everything buttons 






Parade Town

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Exhibited at:
ArtCenter DTLA gallery 


ArtCenter’s Exhibitions department and Graduate Media Design Practices program present an exhibition of student and faculty research from the fall 2021 graduate transdisciplinary studio, A Parade of Augmented Events. The work culminates as a public multimedia parade: with augmented reality lenses, physicalized snap codes, and video simulations displayed on large monitors within ArtCenter’s DTLA gallery windows. The work investigates the history of parades as promotions of unrecognized communities and declarations of desired power. Using augmented reality and computer vision, the projects celebrate the seen/unseen activity and expressions of downtown Los Angeles.