This group is a platform for investigating collaboration and experimentation in the arts, technology and design. We organize educational programs and social/networking events for individuals working at the intersection of art and tech to share ideas, strategies, successes, challenges and failures. We're people interested in critiquing, creating, designing, exploring, or understanding technology. #artstechSEA (https://twitter.com/search?src=typd&q=%23artstechsea)
For this episode of Seattle Arts and Technology, we are going to be focusing our looking-balls on glasses-free holographic technology from the Looking Glass Factory. Albert Hwang will join us for a presentation about how the Looking Glass works, and how you can get started making your own holographic scenes with the Looking Glass. This will be a great opportunity to experience both the standard and the currently more rare Large Looking Glass. https://lookingglassfactory.com
Additional interactive demos by Reilly Donovan and Steve Desilets. If you currently have a Looking Glass, please contact me. We would love to highlight your work.
Space for us to meet is generously provided by Cornish College of the Arts. https://www.cornish.edu