Friday 23 November and Saturday 1st December from 2-5pm at Mackie’s Corner, High Street West, Sunderland
‘Scan Paths’ is an exciting project which redefines the boundaries of photography by creating an instant camera capable of performing eye-tracking on the user. When ‘eye tracked’ what you look at reveals both what is important psychologically to you, and the science involved in seeing. It’s a ‘selfie-cam’ that takes a picture of you while simultaneously revealing something about yourself!
Join digital artist Ben Freeth for a workshop in which you will help to create a ‘Yarbus Cam’ and use it on Saturday 10 November from 2-5pm at Pop Recs, Stockton Road, Sunderland.
Limited spaces, please email [email protected].
This workshop is offered as part of Wear Experimenting, a project commissioned by The Cultural Spring and NEPN.
Production supported by FabLab Sunderland. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England