Tuesday, June 21, 2016

CE Week - June 24 - The New Reality is Virtual and Augmented. Ready? Moderator Tom Emrich,

11:30am - 12:00pm
The New Reality is Virtual and Augmented. Ready?
It’s a billion dollar reality!  Projections are for VR and AR to have their first billion dollar sales year in 2016. Whether you’re jumping off a cliff, touring a vacation destination or taking a tour of your unbuilt home we’ll look at the cameras, the headgear and the content systems you’ll need to know about.
Tom EmrichProducer, Augmented World Expo
Dmitry KozkoPresident, IC Real Tech / ALLie
Dan O'BrienVice President of VR Planning and Management, HTC
Paul MeyhoeferVP Marketing and Product Planning at General Imaging, JK IMAGING LTD
Mark SkwarekLecturer of Integrated Digital Media, NYU Media and Games Network


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New York City has some of the best public transportation in the country, making all of the events during CE Week extremely accessible.
The Metropolitan Pavilion, which is the official CE Week Headquarters, is located at 125 W 18th St. NY, NY 10011 (between 6th and 7th Avenues).
You can always take a yellow cab from mostly anywhere in the city.
The nearest subways are:
1 (red line) at 18th st and 7th Avenue
F (orange line) at 14th St and 6th Avenue
L (grey line) at 14th St and 6th Avenue
There are a number of buses running near the event headquarters as well, please visit

Friday, May 27, 2016

Wednesday, May 25, 2016


Open Telepresence makes a real time, 3d copy of a physical location that can then be seen with AR at any location around the world. Open Telepresence lets people see another person, place, and or event as it’s happening in full 3d from the other side of the world. People use a mobile device such as a smartphone or tablet to view the 3d content. The experience is like viewing a hologram of another real world location.
People walking down the street can see building exterior walls disappear and look inside them in and see what's happening at that moment. Users can also see other locations in real-time viewed around the world. Users can place an ocean beach in front of their office work space. User’s living room walls will dissolve and they could see their son or daughter's living room across from them. People can see and talk to each other in real-time 3D from across the world. Reporters and bloggers can share events from remote locations with the rest of the time. Open Telepresence creates the final generation of networked communication by allowing users to be present in 2 locations at once. The project will be open-source and compatible with Unity.

This project was made by NYU's Mobile AR Lab [directed by Mark Skwarek].

Thursday, May 19, 2016

Showing at the ITP, Experiments in Storytelling

Tues May 24th, 1-4pm
721 Broadway
4th Floor interviews the Mobile AR Lab

The lab I run, the Mobile AR Lab at NYU, did a live TV interview w about the virtual reality work we were doing about our journey to Mars.

Monday, April 25, 2016

BUY MY BOOK!!!!!!!! Radiografía del Net Art latino. Vitalidad creativa en riesgo de extinción

Radiografía del Net Art latino. Vitalidad creativa en riesgo de extinción

By Zerbarini Marina, Schianchi Alejandro, Nieto Ignacio, Dalla Benetta Diego, Koselevich Liliana

BUY MY BOOK!!!!!! Rhetorical Delivery and Digital Technologies: Networks, Affect, Electracy

Rhetorical Delivery and Digital Technologies: Networks, Affect, Electracy

By Sean Morey

Big Red and Shiny . org // Boston Common: Interview with George Fifield

BUY MY BOOK!!!!!!!!!! >>> MISPERFORMANCE : essays in shifting perspectives

buy it here!!!!!

my work in the book here

Washington Square News // Tandon Sees 2020 With VR Goggles // made by Mobile AR Lab!!!

My Lab made this cardboard experience-

markskwarek-bp-oilspill_3 the leak in your home town, Mark Skwarek, 2010 /// posted in 2015