A system of configurable fabric patches and AR filters used to create mixed reality apparel for photos/videos of users.
ARCouture is a system of configurable fabric patches and Instagram AR filters used to create mixed reality apparel for photos/videos of users.
It functions in the following way:
The user gets a cloth base that can be sewn onto their clothing to which they then can attach different asymmetrical patches.These patches serve as AR image trackers which trigger different Instagram AR effects to appear over the user’s body based on the patch design that the camera has scanned.
When the user wants to wear a different design on their clothing, they also get a different AR overlay by using the corresponding Instagram filter and scanning the new patch design.
The main purpose of this project was to develop a product that has a tangible component that is directly linked to the user’s online presence, leverages the visual possibilities of 3 dimensional augmented reality design, and allows the user to wear multiple looks without the environmental cost of buying fast fashion frequently.
How might we create stylized Chinese typefaces though machine learning ?
Haoyu Wang, Yuguang Zhang
Glyph poems in motion is a machine learning experiment create by Yuguang(YG) Zhang and Henry Haoyu Wang. In the process, we applied two generative adversarial network (GAN) into Chinese typefaces. With the first GAN, we created glyphs based on a list of font data. With the second GAN, we applied image into the text. With the moving glyph and new shape styles. We creates a new ways how views can read these text.
aaalone is a series of concrete poetry experiments about my interpretation of loneliness during self-quarantine.