I’ve been rapidly ramping up my augmented reality project, which now has it’s own website at: nobodiesperfekt.com The goal will be to augment as many advertising spaces as possible some time in the near future and see what happens.
My conference presentation at the 2017 CreateWorld Conference was very interesting. The audience asked some really great questions and quite a few people sought me out later to discuss my work. The most popular topic by far was the legalities of using AR in this manner, which to be honest I hadn’t thought about that much. I use the Layar platform … Read More
I’ll be presenting a conference paper Repurposing Augmented Reality Browsers for Acts of Creative Subversion at this years Apple University Consortium (AUC) CreateWorld Conference. It’s all about my initial experiments figuring out how to use Augmented Reality as an activist tool. I’ll be talking a little bit about my failures too, including the above video! I ambitiously tried to augment the … Read More
Bikeway at Risk 2017 A fun little Augmented Reality experiment this morning, adding a Monty Python-esque detail to the construction cladding for Queens Wharf. The animated tongue exclaims ‘BIKEWAY AT RISK’. The Bicentennial Bikeway is the busiest active transport route in all of Queensland with 6500 people using it every day (including me!). One of the many problems with the new … Read More
So I’ve managed to complete a few more of these, learning as I go. One issue that is maddening is the frequency that advertising is changed over. Quite a few times I’ve found a great billboard to cover, taken the shot, generated the artwork, and then found it no longer exists when I return to augment it. I think I just … Read More
No Bodies Perfekt and That’s Ok 2017 I originally looked into Augmented Reality years ago when it was the ‘next big thing’ in marketing circles. It was one of those things that was just too hard and time intensive to work out at the time. Apart from Pokemon Go, it never seemed to take off anyway. Earlier this year someone was showing me … Read More