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Teaching begins !!

Sunday, July 4th, 2010

Beside busy studio hours and other projects, I have recently started teaching again in School of Architecture, CEPT, First year design studio.

Surprisingly, I was recently contacted by Prof. Jignesh Khakhar from NID, who is teaching New Media Design at Gandhinagar campus. I was excited and pleased to join him as a visiting faculty in NMD. I will be teaching embedded computing and tangible interface course for next 1 month. There are total of 15 students from various disciplines, some of them are engineers, programmers, designers and artists.

“mooch” installation at Amdavad ni Gufa, art gallery !!

Wednesday, April 7th, 2010

‘Mooch’

‘Mooch’ is a small experimental installation project done at 72by3 studio. ‘Mooch’ is built using open CV face detection and processing. A camera detects number of faces in front of it and adds mustache or “mooch” as we call it in Hindi, to each of the faces. First ‘Mooch’ prototype was installed for five days at Amdavad Ni Guffa, art gallery in Ahmedabad, India.

‘Mooch” quickly became popular amongst children, elders and old people. A very quick, funny and engaging interaction made every one smile. Different gestures and expressions were captured through out five days of exhibition.
Results are available at http://72by3.in/mooch
see more images on my flickr >>

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“Mooch”

Friday, March 5th, 2010

Mooch is a small experiment i did few weeks earlier with simple processing sketch. A camera detects number of faces in front of it and adds mustache or “mooch” as we call it in India, to each of the faces.

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memory wall by jason bruges studios !!

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

memory wall by jason bruges studios !!

Each floor/room was given over to a high-profile designer. We collaborated with architect, Kathryn Findlay, to make interactive installations that are the only integrated artworks in the hotel and will be a permanent part of the 8th floor lobby and corridors. Memory Wall shown here is integrated into the lobby space and interacts with individuals passing by.

O2 memory project by Jason Bruges !!

Wednesday, July 22nd, 2009

O2 memory project by Jason Bruges studios
The Memory Project, which is reminiscent of a Victorian cyclorama, is recording a 360-degree panorama each minute over three days. Members of the public can control the circular, time-slip viewing gallery, which will display about 47,000 photos. Heat sensors detect visitors’ locations and activate monitors with the images. As people move towards the edge of the cylinder, photos from 17 April are displayed. When they step towards the centre, the latest images appear. The Memory Project will move from London to Edinburgh and Liverpool over the coming weeks.

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