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Conventional image formats are definitively too undersized – the Austrian photographer Johann Steininger is specialized in wide panoramas where the viewing angles range up to 360 degrees. Now he presents a collection of them in the Deep Space 8K at the Ars Electronica Center.
You have left everything behind and have just arrived at a refugee camp. Now a period begins in which you are only noticed as a number. In his lecture development worker Kilian Kleinschmidt persuaded that this does not need to be this way.
What intelligence agencies, IT corporate giants and customized apps do to create profiles of perpetrators, users or customers is precisely what takes place for purely artistic purposes under the aegis of a project named “Soul of the Cube.” Data gathered by Queensland University of Technology and the Ars Electronica Futurelab are applied to visualize the mood on campus.
Nick Ervinck is a master of 3D printing. In an interview with Ars Electronica he talks about the sources of inspiration for his organic and surreal sculptures and why he is so fascinated about 3D printing.
It turns out that you can peer into a person’s heart after all! The latest visualizations by the Fraunhofer Institute for Medical Image Computing (MEVIS) make it possible to see what goes on in our blood vessels and understand what’s happening.