Augmented Reality

KOMAINU DISTANCE

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AR Filter

#020 - #026

2020

AR Filter

#020 - #026

2020

AR-T   "AR Transparency"

“AR Transparency” is an experiment with AR tracking on materials like event flyers and poster to create audience engagement even before the performance starts. Here, the projected objects resemble the glass “water drops” used during the live performance.

 

AR Filter

#018

2020

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KABUKI

Kabuki is a traditional live Japanese dance-drama that’s known for the high level of stylization and the elaborate Kumadori (make-up) worn by some of its performers. Kumadori is typically painted on the actors’ faces, their extreme contours giving their characters satirical facial expressions and instantly adding to the overall sense of drama.

 

As a form of digital dramatic makeup, this AR filter reflects the same radical designs used for Kumadori in its long lines that contour the face. The incorporation of moving colors and reflectivity update the design to the current age, while keeping to the bizarre, avant-garde values of kabuki.

 

AR Filter

#009~#012

2020

ObJ

The focus of this study was objects. The word “OBJ” is short for object. It is also a common type of file format for 3-D geometry. By placing common but oversized objects in an AR face filter, I wanted to see what kind of people would place the object so close to their face/identity and, more importantly, their personal motivations for using the filter. Using the ‘crab’ object as an example, the most obvious users of the filter would be people that really liked crabs. But also there may be others that identify with crabs because their astrological sign is Cancer, or may want to use the filter because they are in the process of eating crabs.

 

AR Filter

#004 #005  #013  #014

2020

Noize - Spectrum

The concept for this augmented reality (AR) filter arose from my desire to create a lasting digital memory of my live performance with audience members. I wanted to project my music philosophy: “Noize-Spectrum” where any sound can be noise and the spectrum of noise mimics nature. To visually represent these ideas, I created a circular framework of waves and levels to wrap around the face that actively shimmers with a spectrum of colors.

 

AR Filter

#000

2019

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