SPECTRA was a groundbreaking app that used 3D data from a Google Tango-equipped smartphone to make art – unlocking a type of creativity previously limited to a small group of elite creative coders and making it as accessible as Instagram. This is a new kind of photography – one that uses shape and 3D position instead of RGB pixels – with results that are abstract, ethereal, and undeniably unique.
Intel has launched a campaign to celebrate interactive projects that leverage their groundbreaking RealSense cameras to demonstrate the creative capabilities this technology unlocks. One of the featured pieces, directed by Mirada’s Andrew Cochrane, is an interactive dance performance involving a precise mix of creative realtime effects and custom programming.
Andrew Cochrane directed and Andrew Shulkind shot a piece for Intel’s 2018 CES Keynote to highlight the work being done by their TrueVR group with the live broadcast of immersive video. It was an absolutely massive presentation filled with flying cars, drones, voxels, VR… really it’s worth watching the whole thing.