It's Frances Anderton talking architecture and design on the radio. Here's the rest of the episodes from the radio show. Why don't we have this kind of architectural entertainment in Norway anymore - a radio show starring random Joe's rambling on about design and architecture?
Haven't payed that much attention to all the rave about augmented reality, but after watching this vido I think I need to now. Architects needs to get at this. Pronto. Keiichi Matsuda made this video as part of his diploma and is part of a larger project about the social and architectural consequences of new media and augmented reality. Head over to his blog for more links. Ready, set, augment!
They call themselves a visual performance unit in Japan. Did this for the Cut'n'Paste event last year in Tokyo. Eight hours work.
Reminds me of my study trip. Like the format of the film.