Category Archives: Research

College Art Association 2012

College Art Association, 100th Annual Conference Public Art in the Virtual Sphere Sponsored by the Public Art Dialogue Christiane Paul, Ben Rubin and John Craig Freeman, Photo by Vaneeesa Blaylock. Thursday, February 23, 2012, Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S. … Continue reading

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CRCA Exchange #9: Augmenting Interventions

The Center for Research in Computing and the Arts (CRCA) is pleased to invite you to: AUGMENTING INTERVENTIONS Featuring CRCA Visiting Researcher: John Craig Freeman Wednesday February 15, 6pm – 7pm CRCA Performative Computing Lab Room 1606 Atkinson Hall UCSD … Continue reading

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Miami Virtue

At long last Miami Virtue is published. It is an example of Imaging Place (continuing the Invent tradition), a collaboration with Greg Ulmer, John Craig Freeman and Barbara-Jo Revelle primarily. Small Cities Imprint, Community-University Research Alliance CURA, is the publisher. … Continue reading

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Sabbatical Research

I just wanted to take a moment to report on my sabbatical research here in California so far. I have just settled in back in San Diego after the cross country drive, several days documenting the Border Memorial project in … Continue reading

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ARtSENSE Consortium Meeting, Paris

From January 24th to the 26th Will Pappenheimer and Tamiko Thiel traveled, on behalf of ManifestAR, to Paris to meet with representatives of FACT and ARtSENSE Consortium members at the Musée du Louvre in Paris. ManifestAR was recently awarded The … Continue reading

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Border Memorial Field Test and Documentation

On Tuesday, January 16th, after three days of driving from New England, I arrived in Benson Arizona, which put me on the shore of the Border Memorial database. I spent the next two days driving throughout southern Arizona documenting as … Continue reading

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The Engineering Reality of Virtual Reality 2012

SPIE Session 4: VR Hybrids: Augmented Reality Date: Tuesday 24 January Time: 4:00 PM – 5:20 PM Session Chair: Todd Margolis, Univ. of California, San Diego ManifestAR: an augmented reality manifesto Paper 8289-12 Time: 4:00 PM – 4:20 PM Author(s): … Continue reading

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Border Memorial Documentation Planing

The planned rout for documentation of the Border Memorial starts in Benson Arizona and ends in Yuma. With diversions to Nogales, Sasabe, and through Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument just north of the border from Sonoyta Mexico. With a total … Continue reading

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Metro-neXt Station Rebuild

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Preserving Augmented Reality

Yesterday Jon Ippolito wrote ManifestAR regarding a book he is working on with Rick Rinehart, about the preservation of digital and performative culture called New Media and Social Memory. He asked the group if we had any thoughts about preserving … Continue reading

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