LauraLicari.net http://www.lauralicari.net/feed en-us http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss Sweetcron laura.licari@gmail.com One Bright Dot http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5069/one-bright-dot

A little light rises from the deep sea. Pictures : Clément Morin Music : Etienne Forget - etienneforget.com Sound Design : Hugo Thouin Some still frames here: behance.net/gallery/25195695/One-Bright-Dot © 2015 - clement-morin.com facebook.com/clementmorindotcomCast: Clément Morin and Etienne ForgetTags: ocean, sea, particles and c4d

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Thu, 16 Apr 2015 22:07:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5069/one-bright-dot
Linea Grafica http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5067/linea-grafica ]]> Thu, 16 Apr 2015 09:03:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5067/linea-grafica Linea Grafica http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5068/linea-grafica ]]> Thu, 16 Apr 2015 09:02:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5068/linea-grafica The Hamdan International Photography Award | Black & White http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5066/the-hamdan-international-photography-award-black-amp-white

March 16th 2015 - The Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum International Photography Award Production : Auditoire Dubai Antoine Croise - Jean-Baptiste Cabrera - Audrey Baldacci Choreography : Lionel Hun Performers : Lionel Hun - Anthony Yung Video animation : Pixel n'Pepper Direction : Nathanaelle Picot Music : Loïc Masson Costumes : Patrick Bosano - Clarisse Chambrion Light designer : Bruno CorsiniCast: Compagnie HybrideTags: HIPA, photography, show, performance, dance, mapping, choreography, interactive, lionel hun, regis truchy, pixeln'pepper, auditoire, dubai, hybride and awards

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Wed, 08 Apr 2015 22:34:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5066/the-hamdan-international-photography-award-black-amp-white
Typeverything.com - Chang-rae Lee’s forthcoming... - Typeverything http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5064/typeverythingcom-chang-rae-lees-forthcoming-typeverything ]]> Wed, 01 Apr 2015 22:31:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5064/typeverythingcom-chang-rae-lees-forthcoming-typeverything FFFFOUND! http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5065/ffffound ]]> Wed, 01 Apr 2015 22:24:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5065/ffffound Seb Lester (@seblester) • Instagram photos and videos http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5063/seb-lester-seblester-instagram-photos-and-videos

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The User Is Drunk http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5062/the-user-is-drunk

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Design Bridge | Home http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5061/design-bridge-home

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[BRDG020] Lilium http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5059/brdg020-lilium

Video:kynd Music:"I, Me, Am, I, Wish, To Be, Myself" / Yaporigami Produced by BRDG brdg.tokyo facebook.com/brdg.jpCast: BRDG and kyndTags: BRDG, Tokyo, Japan, Audio Visual, openframeworks, kynd, yaporigami, generative, openGL and FBO

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Tue, 31 Mar 2015 15:26:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5059/brdg020-lilium
Catching the Light http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5060/catching-the-light

Multi-channel HD moving image installation with 6 metre wide Alucore screens / 2014 Catching the Light is a moving image installation which explores how science and technology frame our experiences of the natural world. Created using visual data collected by space telescopes, the six metre wide projection is made up of thousands of images which have been assembled to create time-lapse sequences. By collaging these images of space together, Semiconductor have disrupted their original spatial relationships, to create new patterns and points of reference. They have, in effect, remapped the sky. By collecting the data in its rawest form Semiconductor are able to present it as the telescope captured it. Ordinarily scientists would remove any noise, anomalies or signatures of the technology associated with the capturing process, but Semiconductor have embraced these artefacts, using them to remind us of how mans’ experience of deep space is framed by the tools and processes of science. The shape of the screens reflect the space observatories’ image capturing process: as they photograph chosen parts of the sky, the trail of images produce assorted shaped arrays, which are then used as points of reference in the data archives. Semiconductor have combined three of these arrays in their native format to make the screen composition. Used in this way they become portholes or windows into the universe, they also suggest that what we are seeing is only a part of a much larger picture. The screens are installed away from the wall to create floating objects. The aluminium composite material used to fabricate them is commonly used in the production of man-made space objects; as well as being light weight and strong it typically bears its honeycomb innards revealing its workings. The matt black surface of the screen resonates with how scientists and engineers use the mattest of blacks in the production of space optics to absorb unwanted light. The four channel sound runs along the width of the screen, shifting as events appear and disappear. Using the luminescence of the image to create and control sound, the visual events carve a sonic space out of a field of noise, producing a singing universe of harmonic tones, reminiscent of radio telescope data translated into audible frequencies. Semiconductor are interested in how technology, made to study nature, mediates our experiences and understanding of it. Here, by employing the products of science they have created an interpretation of deep space framed by the technology that is made to capture it, leading us to question what we are experiencing. Catching the Light is commissioned by ArtScience Museum at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore for Da Vinci: Shaping the Future exhibition, 2014-2015. Data obtained from the Mikulski Archive for Space Telescopes (MAST) Programmer Julian WeaverCast: SemiconductorTags:

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Tue, 31 Mar 2015 15:21:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5060/catching-the-light
Tim Lahan: KENZO Idiom Illustrations | Design Work Life http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5056/tim-lahan-kenzo-idiom-illustrations-design-work-life ]]> Tue, 31 Mar 2015 08:36:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5056/tim-lahan-kenzo-idiom-illustrations-design-work-life as·phyx·i·a http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5054/asphyxia

Experimental project using Xbox One Kinect for motion data capture. Making of: vimeo.com/121436666 Gallery:asphyxia-project.com/gallery Official website here asphyxia-project.com/ Credits: Music and Direction : Maria Takeuchi Visuals and Direction : Frederico Phillips Performance Artist : Shiho Tanaka Camera Filming / Support : Samuel Blalark Camera equipment : Jason GuerreroCast: Maria TakeuchiTags: motion, motion capture, mocap, emu, kinect, particles, dance, performance, 3d, cg, animation, houdini, 3dsmax, maya, audiovisual, technology, art and brekel

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Mon, 30 Mar 2015 17:50:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5054/asphyxia
Patatap http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5052/patatap

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HBM FiberSensing — Bringing Light to Measurement http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5053/hbm-fibersensing-bringing-light-to-measurement

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Mon, 30 Mar 2015 17:28:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5053/hbm-fibersensing-bringing-light-to-measurement
Look closely, these remarkable images are synapses in the brain - Lost At E Minor: For creative people http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5050/look-closely-these-remarkable-images-are-synapses-in-the-brain-lost-at-e-minor-for-creative-people ]]> Sun, 29 Mar 2015 13:29:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5050/look-closely-these-remarkable-images-are-synapses-in-the-brain-lost-at-e-minor-for-creative-people Exo on Behance http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5045/exo-on-behance ]]> Sun, 29 Mar 2015 08:31:00 +0200 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5045/exo-on-behance Feelers http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5043/feelers

Feelers is a typographic experiment based on the movement of animal appendages. Check out the full project on Behance: on.be.net/1CpW2Gp Music – "Greek Light" by Darkside itunes.apple.com/us/album/greek-light/id687549424?i=687549443&uo;=4Cast: Ari WeinkleTags: Alphabet, Letters, Feelers, Tentacle, Appendage, 3D, Organic, Sea and Typography

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Sun, 29 Mar 2015 00:33:00 +0100 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5043/feelers
FFFFOUND! | :: andy gilmore :: design :: http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5044/ffffound-andy-gilmore-design ]]> Sun, 29 Mar 2015 00:29:00 +0100 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5044/ffffound-andy-gilmore-design Student: "T'O'clock" herbal iced tea — The Dieline - Package Design Resource http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5042/student-quottoclockquot-herbal-iced-tea-the-dieline-package-design-resource ]]> Sat, 28 Mar 2015 10:37:00 +0100 http://www.lauralicari.net/items/view/5042/student-quottoclockquot-herbal-iced-tea-the-dieline-package-design-resource