Guising as Guerrilla Projections tonight to celebrate the Biscuit Factory’s second birthday. An awesome space, which I get to call home now, with ace people and some great projects coming this summer.
Watch out for one hovering near you soon.
Was out playing Tetris on the side of one of the oldest and well known buildings in Edinburgh last night. In association with Guerrilla Projections and Monkey Barrel Comedy on Blair Street to promote the Retro Gaming Sunday sessions they have launched. Also some good old Donkey Kong too.
If you would like a lazy Sunday of retro games, buttery rolls and great coffee then Monkey Barrel in Blair Street is perfect.
some footage from Guy Fawkes night with Guerrilla Projections. Thanks to TMFC for some of the footage rest nicked from some crazy Japanese firework displays – google 900mm shell fireworks
some footage of the projections for Halloween on the 30 October 2016
back of Waverley Station
Happy Halloween everyone – wee edit for tonights spooky projections thanks to Guerrilla Projections
“All Join Hands” art sale with Agent Ali at the Vine Trust in Leith tonight. Contributed some art and did some projecting as part of Guerrilla Projections. Tried projecting across the water to the hull of the orange ship but didn’t factor in the powerful harbour lights (which aren’t on during the day and not obvious) pointing straight back at the projector. I also couldn’t get closer due to the water so couldn’t narrow the focus enough to just hit the hull – meaning half the image was lost above the hull or water. But it worked OK on the bus side as an alternative.
Nice weather, lovely people, beautiful art and a great night. Thank you Agent Ali x
Raspberry Pi project to create a mirror that when a motion sensor is triggered it morphs the reflection into a scary face.
Also portrait idea of young girl (image from AtmosFX http://atmosfx.com/) morphing into skeleton.
I used a reflective mirror film over plexiglass from an Ikea frame but it isn’t working that well #disappointed – the screen doesn’t fit the frame and the frame is clearly visible. Will need a bespoke frame me-thinks. Especially as I took the monitor apart to fit the frame – should have fitted the frame to the monitor. Hey ho was fun seeing how the inside of the monitor is wired.
The reflective foil stuff works OK
The concept works at least just need some perfecting.