Image Fulgurator Wins An A Prix Ars Electronica Price

Posted: Jun 26 2008, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 9:04am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Image Fulgurator wins an a Prix Ars Electronica Price
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The Image Fulgurator is a device that physically manipulates photos without the photographer knowing about it.
The Image Fulgurator detects a camera flash and projects an image just for a couple of milliseconds.
The inventor called Julius von Bismarck actually won one of the prestigious Prix Ars Electronica golden Nicas this year with the Fulgurator.
On his site there is a video showing an "intervention" at the Checkpoint Charlie in Berlin. The Fulgurator is used to project a message over a sign - which is pretty puzzling to tourists.
More details on the Julius von Bismarck site. Via Heise (German).

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