We have featured the art work of Ben Heine on this site regularly and, if you are still looking for that perfect gift for the one who has everything, betcha he or she doesn’t have the 2014 Pencil Vs Camera Calendar. You get 12 deliciously original Pencil vs Camera artworks in a calendar to enjoy all year!
Take the Pencil Vs Camera – 73 “Illustrator Vs anamorphic photographer…” . Here is the work in progress:
#TBT holiday edition with the Epson Perfection V550 Photo Colour Scanner
“The hashtags #throwbackthursday or #tbt are popularly associated with photos of ‘80s hair and prom outfits on every social media stream from Instagram to Facebook.
With the holidays fast approaching, it’s even easier to scan and share #tbt photos of ugly holiday sweaters and gawdy Christmas party outfits with the new Epson Perfection V550 Photo Colour Scanner. It’s the perfect gift for the photo enthusiast on your list. They can easily scan and upload photos directly to Facebook, Picasa and other photo-sharing web sites or to a cloud storage site.1
The success of Google Glass — and other similar products — will rest on its practical uses. One such use is in the teaching of complicated medical procedures in the operating room. Being able to view patient vital information without having to put down surgical instruments or turn away from the patient on the operating table is a great advantage to a surgeon. And being able to watch the procedure live while sitting in a classroom hundreds or even thousands of miles away will revolutionize how future doctors learn their craft.
MIT’s new nano-camera can take 3-D photos of translucent objects. When light goes through a translucent surface, multiple reflections (for example, of the semitransparent surface and of the wall behind it) are returned to the camera. By using a new multipath time of flight algorithm, the nano-camera is able to properly differentiate between the light reflecting from the semitransparent surface and that from the wall behind it.
“We may find ourselves in the kitchen a little more during the holidays perfecting (or devouring) our favourite festive recipes while leaving a mess in our wake.
Keep your pantry and spice rack in check with the Epson LabelWorks LW-300 or LabelWorks LW-400. You can choose from dozens of tapes, a huge range of fonts, framing features and decorative symbols to neatly label almost anything. You’ll never have to wonder if that’s salt or sugar you’re putting in your mulled wine.
These handy label makers let you get your house in order before the family frenzy begins. You can use metallic tape to label electrical cords for Christmas lights or glow-in-the dark labels for gadgets and gifts.
This video presents “Epson LabelWorks: Product Line Overview” which shows how the LabelWorks printers can make life more organized.
Roloff Beny Gallery, Michael Lee Crystal, Level 4, Thorsell Spirit House, Level 1 of the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) 100 Queen’s Park, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
The exhibition features the following 13 art installations, “including seven new commissions by Canadian and international artists, from various disciplines, all confronting the facts of climate change and responding in powerful and creative ways:”
Global Warming, a soapstone and walrus bone carving, by Jaco Ishulutaq.
Our Baffinland, a new interactive iPad installation, 2013 and photography installation (archival pigment prints, 2013); by Zacharias Kunuk, Ian Mauro + IsumaTV.
“Using a new generation of GPS-enabled cameras, this spatial media project explores the place-based knowledge of Inuit elders and hunters, and their experiences in a changing and increasingly industrialized Arctic.
Mauro’s photographs remind us that climate change, culture, and development are a tapestry of interwoven issues.”
Qapirangajuq: Inuit Knowledge and Climate Change, the first Inuktitut language film, by Zacharias Kunuk and Ian Mauro.
Kobe, a film by Félix Lajeunesse, Paul Raphaël + Zacharias Kunuk.
Quniqjuk: indistinct horizon, hazy,
Qunbuq: brightness on horizon indicating presence of ice on ocean,
Quabaa: split things that are frozen together.
“Donald Weber travelled to Igloolik, Nunavut, to photograph its residents and during a session at Ataguttaaluk High School, he photographed his subjects illuminated by whatever device they had on them.
In light of radical cultural and environmental change, these photos present modern Inuit as they combine traditional values with modern technology to navigate their future at the edge of a radically changing world.”
This work was commissioned by Canadian Art for “Ideas North,” Fall 2011.
Deep Time, a new video project by Melanie Gilligan and Tom Ackers.
The Potential Project, a new installation by conceptual artist, Mel Chin.
#crazyweather, a new motion graphics piece by Sharon Switzer.
Beekeeping for All, a new installation by architect Janna Levitt and artist Myfanwy MacLeod.
Climate Change Atlantic, a new collaborative interactive iPad installation, 2013 and photography installation (archival pigment prints, 2013); by Ian Mauro, Craig Norris, Ben Phillips + Marc Labelle.
This video presents “Climate Change in Atlantic Canada HD Trailer.”
Trailer for the upcoming feature film Climate Change in Atlantic Canada by Ian Mauro.