Archive for May, 2012

Great news for us today! The AR Summit, held in London on the 13th of June, is an annual conference and exhibition providing an insight into the next year of Augmented Reality technologies – of which we are something of a fan. We’re such big fans, in fact, that the AR Summit 2012 has seen fit to nominate us for an award for Most Innovative Use of AR! We’re very pleased with this nomination, which recognises our hard work in creating AR applications which are easy to use and ultimately useful.
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Although most of the Interface3 team travelled to Culture Hack together I decided to do a hack of my own. Audio/visual art is an area I pursue in my own work and I thought this event would be a good opportunity to get my hands on some interesting sound. Amongst the 40 odd data sets available to everyone at Culture Hack was a fantastic collection of 200+ field recordings donated by the National Museums Scotland. I was intrigued by the melancholic and acoustic tones of the music on the tapes.
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This weekend, the Interface3 team was over in Glasgow forĀ Culture Hack Scotland.

In theĀ last blogpost, we talked a little bit about the concept. In this blogpost, I wanted to shed a bit more light about the design process and offer some insights into how we managed to pull it all together.
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This weekend, most of the Interface3 team is at the Culture Hack Scotland event being held in Glasgow.

Most of us are working on a project which contains the retelling of Edwin Morgan’s Stobhill poems over a 3D computer ‘gaming’ experience. It’s Silent Hill 2 mashed with classic Scottish poetry.
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