Photography Without a Lens? Future of Images May Lie in Data
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Photography Without a Lens? Future of Images May Lie in Data

Photography Without a Lens? Future of Images May Lie in Data By DAVE GERSHGORN December 23, 2015 :  The New York Times Company “The light passes through a glass sphere instead of a traditional lens, and it is diffracted into a cup of angled sensors. Because the camera knows exactly how light will pass through the sphere, it decodes … Continue reading

the stability of latent images
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the stability of latent images

[image] The stability of latent images, 2015 detail I stared into his eyes, so different without glasses from the huge round eyes of his earlier self. The eyes are narrow behind their contact lenses. Do I trust him? Dare I trust him? He seems a nice old man but he could well be the Hacker …” … Continue reading

Stan VanDerBeek
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Stan VanDerBeek

http://www.stanvanderbeek.com   Beginning in the 1960s, Stan VanDerBeek worked with multiple projections on movable screens. In his live shows with film, video and computer graphics, he created high visual density comparable to the contemporary music video, which he then developed into computer animation. These experiments of high density in collage forms were conducted through image … Continue reading