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    • 2005 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Osburn, Ed (2009-03-13)
      Wandering Eye is an interactive, multi-channel video installation that generates live images and sounds from video input gathered by an array of lenses in motion: motorized surveillance and chip cameras that are deployed ...
    • 2005 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Csikszentmihaly, Christopher (2009-03-11)
      This proposal is for a set of projects developing new technologies for politically activist interventions. The proposal is largely similar to last year's, as the overall goals remain unchanged and (mostly) unfunded. I ...
    • 2006 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Sester, Marie (2009-05-28)
      ACCESS is a public space installation that applies web and surveillance technologies, allowing web users to track individuals in public spaces. Individuals are tracked without wearing any gear or marker by a spotlight ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Pell, Richard (2009-03-31)
      The Institute for Transgeneography is a new media art project whose primary objective is to create the world's first comprehensive map of engineered transgenic life. This project will exhibit the world's genetically ...
    • 2007 Rockefeller New Media Foundation Proposal 

      Scher, Julia (2009-03-31)
      "Change of State" is designed to bring satellite technology to an art audience. The idea is to challenge the viewer to investigate and play with the materials and 'communication design of normally invisible high tech ...
    • Metadata Working Group Presentation on Surveillance Metadata 

      Sanera, Devin (2014-05-02)
      A short outline of the technology of metadata surveillance.
    • Patron Privacy in a Surveillance State 

      Chandler, Adam (2014-03-18)
      How do we preserve our traditional library patron privacy ethic in an age of networked services? This presentation has two parts. a usage data inventory the Cornell University Library did recently and how the results of ...
    • Patron Privacy in a Surveillance State. Revised. 

      Chandler, Adam (2014-05-01)
      How do we preserve our traditional library patron privacy ethic in an age of networked services? This presentation has two parts. a usage data inventory the Cornell University Library did recently and how the results of ...