Unlogo is a new tactical media project from Eyebeam Alum Jeff Crouse that eliminates logos and other corporate signage from videos. The project launched this week as part of the Berkeley Net Art Exhibition.
Join Jeff for a 2-hour workshop on Sept 29th from 6-8PM where he will teach participants how to use the tools behind Unlogo: the new FFMPEG AVFilter interface in conjunction with OpenCV to make "smart" video filters.
You can also support the project's future development with your dollars via the Unlogo Kickstarter campaign. http://kck.st/co2Ec6
Eyebeam invites you to join us for a discussion on the future of internet economies. What might be strategies to explore and build alternate economies? Eyebeam Fellow Fran Ilich, alums Stephanie Rothenberg and Jeff Crouse, and Finnish researcher Susanna Paasonen will lead discussion to examine the worlds of online porn, digital labor, and alternative finance models.
Excited to announce the end of a truly exciting Art Hack Weekend: Starting with a BBQ meet and greet, growing into a 2-day design and prototype party with 50 makers in attendance, and finishing with a grand celebration, project presentations, and awards.
Two winning projects were selected by a jury including Creators Project’s Julia Kaganskiy (Global Editor), and Ciel Hunter (Creative Director), Eybeam’s Amanda McDonald Crowley (Executive Director), MoMA’s Kate Carmody (Curatorial Assistant, Department of Architecture & Design), and artists Taeyoon Choi (Eyebeam Fellow) and Rashaad Newsome (Eyebeam Alum).