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Artist and comic creator Sutu, aka Stu Campbell and digital artist Lukasz Karluk have created an exhibition called Prosthetic Reality, supporting an art book of the same name that features the work of 45 artists from around the world:

 

Each artwork in the book, and also in the related exhibition, bursts into life when viewed through the EyeJack app, with both colour and sound.

Obviously, I’m a big fan of the cyberpunk styling, but there’s also some excellent work going on with the cyberpunk naming – Prosthetic Reality and EyeJack:

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Warp wrap

Peter Kogler‘s warped, graphic installations…

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We’ve had face-tracking software for a while now, with the Kinect, which has led to some cool real-time animation…

Animation matches head movement (FaceRig Live2D Module)

 

…but now researchers have built a face detection system that lets you impose your facial expressions on real people. The software uses a webcam to create a 3D model of your face in real time, then distorts it to fit the facial details in the target footage (of someone else’s face):

It’s not anywhere near the market yet, but it’s scarily good. I’m sure there’s already high-powered software out there for creating fake videos, but this looks like it could lower the barrier to entry significantly. Prepare to never believe anything you see again!

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A very cool visual light show inside an old airplane fuselage, set up in Barcelona’s Ciutadella park:

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 The Anatomage Table is a life-size 3D interactive virtual dissection table built in conjunction with the Stanford University’s Division of Clinical Anatomy.

The table allows you to interact with anatomy by using a virtual knife to cut away layers of the body at any angle, rotate the body in any direction, and also isolate structures. Labels follow as you turn the body around with your finger and different medical imaging view modes allow you to see the body as an X-ray with the anatomy overlaid on top.

It looks like a fantastic teaching device…

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Bull flip

There’s some absolutely ridiculous set building in the latest Red Bull BMX video (skip to 0:49 for the madness):

 

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For his ongoing series The Fourth Wall, Hamburg-based photographer Klaus Frahm takes us behind-the-scenes of several European theatres, by reversing the perspective and shooting from backstage out toward the audience.

If you think about the logistical work that goes in to putting on a large performance, it shouldn’t be surprising that the backstage is such a large area, but even so it’s amazing to see the theatres where backstage is as big, if not bigger, than the auditorium:

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