- EEG AR: Things We Have Lost
- Border Memorial
- 14th & AR, New York City
- Hans RichtAR
- Orators, Rostrums, and Propaganda Stands
- Flotsam & Jetsam
- School Shootings eMorial
- SFMOMA AR
- Platonic Solids
- American Plutocracy
- Water wARs
- Monument to César Chávez
- Monumento a las Mujeres Desaparecidas
- La Loteria Aumentada
- Mapping Ararat
- Peace Doors
- DéchARge de Rebut Toxique
- Azadi SquARed
- U.S. Iraq War Memorial
- Imaging Place
- Early Work and Influences
- “ManifestAR: an augmented reality manifesto,” SPIE
- “Miami Virtue and the Ulmer Tapes,” Small Cities Imprint
- “The Ulmer Tapes”
- ” Imaging Place: The Choragraphic Method,” Rhizomes, Vol. 18.
- “Place and the Electrate Situation,” Rhizomes, Vol. 13.
- “Image Emergency: A Psychogeography of Miami,” Leonardo, Vol. 36, No. 3, pp. 197 – 198.
- VM 120 Foundations in Visual and Media Arts Production
- VM260 Introduction to Digital Media
- VM261 Computer Animation
- VM363 Advanced Computer Animation
- VM364 3D Computer Gaming
- VM470 Advanced New Media Projects
- VM604 Production Seminar in New Media
- VM625 Computer Animation
- VM626 Advanced Computer Animation
Tag Archives: Manifest.AR
Manifest.AR is an international artists collective working with emergent forms of augmented reality as interventionist public art. The group sees this medium as a way of transforming public space and institutions by installing virtual objects and artworks, which respond to … Continue reading
The AR Art Manifesto Endorsed by the founding members of the cyberartist group Manifest.AR, on 25 January 2011: Mark Skwarek, Sander Veenhof, Tamiko Thiel, Will Pappenheimer, John Craig Freeman, Christopher Manzione, and Geoffrey Alan Rhodes.
Here is some documentation of the Bushwick Augmented Reality Intervention 2010, which was part of the 2010 Beta Spaces Exhibition. Will and Mark worked tirelessly on this project, and as I understand it, the work will remain up indefinitely.
Curated by Mark Skwarek, this project will overlay the Bushwick area with a site specific augmented reality that is viewed on mobile devices like iPhones and Androids. Viewers may walk around the Bushwick area and see 3d virtual objects as art, … Continue reading