October 4, 2007

Grand Opening

by Andrew Stern · , 11:57 pm

10 Responses to “Grand Opening”

  1. Jill Says:

    Oh, thanks for the photos! Looks great – I wish I could have been there!

  2. Ouroboros Says:

    Tripp and Grace’s living room looks amazing. Had you walked around in it, sat in the couch, used the phone, ever before?

  3. Sam Richer Says:

    Hello there.
    Someone sent me a link to this page – looks very
    interesting. Who’s project has the backpack computer
    and vr goggles? I have a few questions for them.
    Any help getting in touch with them would be
    greatly appreciated.


  4. mary Says:

    sam, that piece is AR Façade; Michael and Andrew, bloggers here, created the software, and then collaborated with Blair MacIntyre and students from Georgia Tech on the AR part. There is info here http://www.gvu.gatech.edu/arfacade/ and http://www.interactivestory.net/

  5. alexjc Says:

    Wow that looks very cool. How long has that been in the pipeline? :-)
    Is there any chance of a video, that interactive text-screen looks interesting…

    Congratulation to you all!


  6. Kotaku Says:

    Grand Text Auto Exhibit Opens

    Just in case you blinked and missed it, the Grand Text Auto exhibit at UC Irvine’s Beall Center for Art and Technology opened on Thursday, with opening symposiums and performances on Friday. Even if you missed the opening events,…

  7. Sam Richer Says:

    Thanks for the info!

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