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The Perceptoscope Lets You Sight-See in Augmented Reality

Fri, 06/10/2016 - 19:47 -- rprice

The perceptoscope is an augmented reality device for fixed locations. Before getting too much into the specifics, imagine that you could walk up to a perceptoscope placed near the Empire State building. You look through the eye pieces and you see the city as it was before the building was constructed. At the flip of a switch you can watch the building take shape right in front of you. All this, with true 3D vision and motion tracking.

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The Perceptoscope Lets You Sight-See in Augmented Reality

Fri, 06/10/2016 - 19:47 -- rprice

The perceptoscope is an augmented reality device for fixed locations. Before getting too much into the specifics, imagine that you could walk up to a perceptoscope placed near the Empire State building. You look through the eye pieces and you see the city as it was before the building was constructed. At the flip of a switch you can watch the building take shape right in front of you. All this, with true 3D vision and motion tracking.

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augmented_reality
location
makemagazine
computer_vision

Artificial Intelligence Creativity Machine Learns to Play Beethoven in the Style of The Beatles' "Penny Lane" | Open Culture

Wed, 05/25/2016 - 17:06 -- rprice

In the above video, the Flow Machine developed by François Pachet at Sony CSL-Paris has been fed Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”, and then asked to orchestrate “cover versions” following the rules set down by a genre–say bossa nova or electronic chill music–or a song itself, in this case being the Beatles’ “Penny Lane.”

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Artificial Intelligence Creativity Machine Learns to Play Beethoven in the Style of The Beatles' "Penny Lane" | Open Culture

Wed, 05/25/2016 - 17:06 -- rprice

In the above video, the Flow Machine developed by François Pachet at Sony CSL-Paris has been fed Beethoven’s “Ode to Joy”, and then asked to orchestrate “cover versions” following the rules set down by a genre–say bossa nova or electronic chill music–or a song itself, in this case being the Beatles’ “Penny Lane.”

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