Duplo! involved in side projects as guests and/or advisors. We were able to collaborate and establish extensive networks, explore new materials and ideas that cause a change in the behavior of individuals.
TELEMÁTICA PAISAJE Exhibition
Telemática Paisaje is a research and artistic creation that addresses the systems and technological representation models installed by the practice of photography, design, recording devices, interaction in the electronic art and urban culture.
· VideoScan : prototype#1 [Projection Case]
The first production system image corresponds to the installation VideoScan [Case projection]. Installation that has a registration system and automated storage to visualize the changes over time that occurs in situ in gallery BECH.
· VideoScan : prototype#2 [bikeVScan]
The second production system corresponds to a mobile and autonomous device. BikeVScan is a bicycle operated by a device attached as a scrip in the back. In this “black box” has installed a kit of technological equipment -hardware and software- to generate digital images, constituted by a portable PC, a webcam and battery, coupled with the computer application VideoScan.
VideoScan is a computer application generated in the platform Max / MSP / Jitter. This application can record digital images using a web camera, MiniDV, or CCTV system, which is connected to a computer to receive video signal in real time.
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It is a project created and led by the chilean architect Rodrigo Tisi. For the third version of this project, implemented during the bicentennial of Chile, Rodrigo Tisi, invited Daniel Cruz to join the executing team. In this way, Daniel Cruz, has the role of co-executor, taking charge of coordinating the exhibition, assembly and development of interactive technologies, linked to the representation and projection of architectural drafts and installed. SCL2110 V3.0 was associated to international firms, architects and local artists, such as: Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Lot-ek, Acconci Studio, Alfredo Jaar, Roselee Goldberg, Bernard Tschumi Architects, Emilio Marin, Supesudaka, Enrique Zamudio, Pablo Rivera , Sergio Rojas and other eminent personalities with whom we developed a partnership project in the production and construction of the exhibition performed at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Quinta Normal, Santiago de Chile.
Duplo! Provided technical assistance to the development of devices for exposing the work of this exhibition:
a. Software Design and Production, Major Dioramas and works of Artists & Architects, Design & Production of Arduino software for the reading of variable resistor from sensor systems in communication with MAX/MSP/Jitter, reading of sensomatic system integrated through Arduino microcontroller, for interactive projects in Real Time platform Max/MSP/Jitter (Animation, Video, OpenGL, Stereo Audio, Spatializer Audio). In addition, Software Design for Augmented Reality for Projects of Thesis Room & Book Catalog SCL2110.
b. Design and production of main mechanical Dioramas and mechanical structures, travel guides and displacement systems, Tracking system for car displacement, sensometric detection system for car displacement (x axis) and control tracking for detection of turning 360 °, 180 °, 135 °, 90 ° & 45 °, depending on the display system (LOT-EK, BTA, Acconci Studio, Diller Scofidio + Renfro).
c. Production Tracking system through variable resistance sensors optimized for continuous rotation (Rail System) and dedicated (image plane) in correlation and connection to Arduino microcontroller.
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Exhibition by Carolina Pino, took place in the hall Vespucio Mall, National Museum of Fine Arts. GROW - collective agriculture - a set of 10 portable pocket with edible plants inside, than by temperature and humidity sensors (Arduino + SHT15), provide data to enable passers irrigate, cultivate, and monitor the status of these crops.
GROW – collective agriculture – uses existing spaces in the city such as guardrails, light poles, fences, etc. to produce food in a collaborative manner, accessible and ready for the community.
In 2009 took place a roundtable “Living SHELLHOUSE-portable“, in Santiago de Chile, organized by Duplo!
Having an address is how we exist in a society, or what makes us citizens, in part, is where we get our mail, or where friends and family contact us. A home is where we validate the existence in a physical space. It is a shelter that protects us and our intimate space.
Fragmentation of society, rapid change and dynamic immigrant communities … SHELLHOUSE [living-portable] becomes a haven of folding carton, with radio for the homeless providing a mobile direction. Is the starting point for the way to introduce mobile communications to people without access to it.
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Project in conjunction with the signing of Architecture MESS to celebrate 50 years of Masisa, took place in the Museum of Fine Arts in Santiago.