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Installation – MIT


Installation is a system designed by Simon Greenwold at the Aesthetics and Computation Group at the MIT Media Lab, consisting of a viewing window and a stylus with which users can create virtual forms and install them permanently into a real space. By tracking the position and orientation of the stylus and the window itself, we are able to calibrate virtual coordinates with real viewing position. The ideas explored by the Installation become powerful when we imagine several windows at once looking onto the same evolving construct. Then it becomes a model for luxurious collaborative computation. This model is applicable potentially to many kinds of collaborative form making whether physical form or abstract information.


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At the mit media laboratory aesthetics + computation group they work toward the design of advanced system architectures and thought processes to enable the creation of (as yet) unimaginable forms and spaces – from

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