The Ghost Lamp

Cel animation on the Pepper Ghost holographic projection
(2017)
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The Ghost Lamp is a small project that implements two different visual technics, which is a combination of the animation that made with an adaptation of Cel Animation Methods and the Pepper Ghost Holographic Projection as the visualization method.

Cel Animation is a Traditional animation technique that has a similar way with a flipbook animation works. It’s an old technique that displaying a series of drawings with slightly different from one to another image simultaneously in fast speed, which is the rapid changes between each image will create an illusion of movement.

Meanwhile, in order to create the animation as a ghostly image, the Cel animation will be projected with a Pepper’s Ghost Illusion projector. The Pepper Ghost holographic projection is an illusion effects technique for creating transparent ghostly images based on a 16th-century illusion technique Italian Peninsula that re-discovered in around 1862 by Henry Dircks during the development of Dircksian Phantasmagoria, which was successfully implemented on the theater performance by John Henry Pepper during the production of Charles Dickens’s “The Haunted Man” in 1862.

Based on the technique, the Ghost Face animation during this mini-experiment created by combining hundreds of face picture sequences as a series of images from the static face expression until the face with a grinning smile image, which was displayed with around 10 Frame Per Second speed.

Image Series Sequences Within The Ghost Face Mini Project

The image was designed with high contrast between the figure and its black color background, in order to make the background part illuminated with low light intensity and the face part illuminated brightly as the only object or part that will be reflected or projected as the “Ghost”. Meanwhile, to build a story within the ghostly face appearance, the projection is designed to be fall in the middle of an old lamp.

Video editing and animation by “Wawies” Wisnu Wisdantio
All Sound Effect is No Copyright Sound Effect made by AR Sound Effect.

Find out more:
* More about the experiment of Pepper Ghost Holographic Projection with a single reflector.

The Climate Change And American Riad Projects

The Ghana Thinktank Residency Program On Climate Change And Environmental Issues Activism
(2017)
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Ghana Thinktank (GTT) is an international collective that “develops the first world” by flipping traditional power dynamics, allowing the “third world” to intervene into the lives of the people living in the so-called “developed” world. They collect problems from communities throughout the USA and European countries. After that, they send the problems to their collaborator that so-called as the Thinktanks group in “developing” communities to generate its solutions. Nowadays, in order to achieve their goal, The Ghana Thinktank made a cooperation network that spread from Ghana, Cuba, El Salvador, Meksiko, Iran, Serbia, Indonesia, Sudan, Maroko, until India.
The Ghana Thinktank residency program on 11 – 27 March 2017 as part of The GTT Climate Change Project, a long year project as a collaboration between Ghana Thinktank with Williams College Museum of Art (WCMA) in Williamstown – Massachusetts. Slightly different from the former GTT projects, this is the GTT first effort to develop their ongoing projects in different approaches. Within this project, GTT and WCMA forming a “Student Action Team” to collect questions and problems of Berkshire citizens as their responses towards the project main question, “How does Climate Change affect YOU?”. Those problems were then sent to Morocco and Indonesia Thinktanks group to generate its solutions, which were also being invited to the United States to help implement their solutions. Within the residency program, Lifepatch as the Indonesian Thinktank was represented by me, “Timbil” Agus Tri Budiarto and Agung “Geger” Firmanto. Meanwhile, the Moroccan ThinkTank was represented by Nadia Elaattar, Mariam Ait Oufkir, and Mehdi Ghinati.
The program itself divided became two main part. The first half was located at the WCMA Rotunda as the site of Climate Change Project exhibition and the main workspace hub with the support of several Williams College facilities to conduct all activities focusing on the Thinktanks problem solution implementation in Williamstown.

Residency venues in around Williams College – Williamstown


Problem Cards And The Thinktank Solutions

 

Implementation of the Thinktank solutions after being discussed thoroughly with Ghana Thinktank, WCMA, and Student Action Team was manifested in some form of activities, Such as B.Y.O.C (Bring Your Own Cup) and Drink From the same vessel in the GTT Reception at WCMA Rotunda, Workshops in Zhilkha Center For Environmental Initiatives and The Paresky Student Center at Williams College, “Labeling And Meal Of The Future” action, and Lifepatch – River and environmental monitoring project at Jogja River Project Presentation at WCMA Rotunda.

Residency activities at around Williamstown and Williams College

Besides of that, there was a city public space intervention action as an implementation of the Thinktank solution about the driving habit in Williamstown.

To complete the solution from Morocco Thinktank group that suggested the Odometer intervention with a parking day (car-free day), I was promoted a cultural approach with “Mampir”, a Javanese culture habit that has tendencies to stop by, drift, come by, or pay a visit to a particular spot or doing different activity on their way to reach their main destination. It’s a habit that makes the journey more meaningful rather than just reaching the destination with the fastest and most efficient way. Within this concept, there are several points so-called as activities magnet that was chosen or made with different activities to attract people just to stop by and made different activities during their journey. The action that was held by the GTT, WCMA and the student action team was made to intervene the activities on Spring Street, the busiest commercial street in Williamstown.


Documentation of Parking Day/Odometer Freeze Action in Spring Street, Williamstown

Documentation of Parking Day/Odometer Freeze Action (Re-Capture from Facebook Live Video that was made by Nina Pelaez – Courtesy of Action Team, Ghana ThinkTank dan Williams College Museum Of Art)
The action itself also was documented and published in Berkshire local newspaper called Berkshire Eagle. The article itself also published on online news that could be accessed on www.berkshireeagle.com.
The last half of residency program was continued in Detroit city – Michigan and became part of the  “American Riad” Project, a collaboration project between Ghana ThinkTank with The North End Woodward Community Organization (NEWCO), Oakland Avenue Artist Coalition (OAAC), North End – Oakland Avenue citizens and many more groups or organisations. Within the project, GTT formed a partnership with a think tank in Morocco to rebuild this corner through arts and culture focusing to rebuild the tradition at Oakland Avenue that rich with cultural history and the Black Arts that was hit by a huge wave of gentrification. This collaboration is conducted to formulate and design an affordable residential community model based on the richness of local art and culture, namely by composing an open space as a binder between three separate buildings into one unified territory and each building has interrelated functions, namely settlement and small business units.
Site for the American Riad – the vacant lot will become a courtyard linking homes and businesses
Within the American Riad Project on the residency program, Lifepatch took a role to make a simple water filtration system as rainwater catchment system support.  Its one of the solution for the water resources problem since the fresh water utility on the site had been cut off when the huge wave of gentrification happened at the North-End district. Besides of making the water filtration, Lifepatch also conducting small public workshops about how to make the simple water filtration with the citizens on around the American Riad neighbourhood and also with people on the Affirming Love Ministries (ALM) Church.

Water Filtration Public Workshops


The making of Water Filtration System at American Riad community house

The other related links and news
The Climate Change Project on the Ghana Thinktank Oficial Website
– The American Riad Project on the Ghana Thinktank Oficial Website
The Collaboration of Ghana Thinktank and WCMA on the William College Museum of Art (WCMA) Official Website
The Presentasi ThinSlice Climate Change / River Project on Williams College Museum Of Art Official Website
– The PARKing Day with Ghana ThinkTank on the William College Museum of Art (WCMA) Official Website

Published On Local Newspaper:
– Artikel Williams College Museum of Art, students work to revive Detroit neighbourhood with art Dalam The Berkshire Eagle
– Artikel Williams students turn parking spaces into ‘parks’ to call attention to climate change Dalam The Berkshire Eagle

 

Pepper’s Ghost Holographic Projector With Single Reflector V.01.3

Prototype of The Pepper’s Ghost Projector V.01.3 as a visual tool to display both of holographic images and physical materials
(2017)
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Pepper Ghost Holographic Projector With Single Reflector V.01.3 is the following up experiment of the Pepper’s Ghost holographic image projector with single reflector Version V.01.1 and Version V.01.2, which are small experiments to make a simple projector tool of Pepper Ghost illusion that quite popular to use in various performance since successfully implemented by John Henry Pepper on the theater performance during the production of Charles Dickens’s “The Haunted Man” in 1862.

Reviewing the former experiments, the Pepper Ghost holographic projector V.01.1 is a model that based on the basic law of reflection, which is creating a ghostly image as a reflection of an actual object on a transparent mirror. As a mirror image, the ghostly image is a negative or opposite direction from the actual object. Meanwhile, the Pepper Ghost holographic projector V.01.2 is the basic model for further development, which is successfully installing a simple image inverting mechanism that makes the ghostly image as same as the actual image. In a simple explanation, the image inverting mechanism is adding a flat mirror to reflect the actual object and create a negative image, which is to be reflected or appear in the 45-degree transparent sheet as a ghost illusion that similar with the actual object or a positive image.

The Pepper Ghost Holographic Projector V.01.3 experiment is trying to develop a connection between the Pepper’s Ghost illusion and physical object. Based on notes from the V.01.2 experiment, the implementation of inverting mirror made the source image reflected twice caused an affect the final result, which is the accumulation of distance between the actual image, flat mirror and transparent reflector brought the ghostly image reflection equal with the distance accumulation and seems projected far behind the box.

Under this phenomena, The Pepper Ghost Holographic Projector V.01.3 experiment is focusing on builds a compartment to support the connection between the illusion image and the physical object, which is more into the measurement of the projection image result distance from the 45-degree clear screen as a point to determine the location of physical object base on its value, such as became the foreground, the background, or became at same level with the holographic projection result.

The concept became based on designing and developing the Pepper’s Ghost Holographic Projector With Single Reflector V.01.3 model. Furthermore, there were some ideas that also determined the projector design, such as:

  • The Pepper’s Ghost Holographic Projector With Single Reflector V.01.3 model was designed as a wooden box that has 2 compartments, which are the illusion mechanism compartment and the holographic projection with the physical object compartment.
  • The illusion mechanism compartment is the place where the image source device are hidden and reflected through both of the flat mirror and the transparent mirror. During the experiment, a 17″ television is chosen as the image source under the hypothesis that the device is a common electronic tool that could be found easily in almost every household and it has medium-sized that still could be easy to hide within the Pepper Ghost V.01.3 Box.
  • The projection compartment is the place where the animated image illusion will appear with the physical object. Within the experiment, the compartment of pepper ghost illusion will be designed to support a medium-sized object that could be found easily in every household, which has approximately 30 – 40 cm tall or have similar size with the tall or height of the image source.

During the test of Pepper’s Ghost Holographic Projector V.01.3, an animated video will be played simultaneously on the 17″ television that hidden in a small image source compartment to be reflected or projected by both of flat mirror and a diagonal transparent sheet to the physical object compartment that already placed an old Storm Lamp. The connection between the animated video as “the ghost” and the old lamp as a physical object is arranged in order to build the story with a title “The Ghost Lamp

The result of the Pepper’s Ghost Holographic Projector With Single Reflector V.01.3 development

The Ghost Lamp – Pepper Ghost Holographic Projection
courtesy of Wisnu Wisdantio youtube.com channel

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The V.01.3 prototype and schematic became base of several Peppers Ghost Holographic Projector models development for an exhibition installation as part of the Lifepatch exhibition projects under the framework of Europalia Indonesia 2017 in Belgium.

The first model was a V.01.3 enforced with steel’s structure. The model was designed as a single object that could become both of a stand-alone installation and part of a bigger exhibition concept. However, the structure main function wasn’t only to support the wooden box, it also became the box height adjustment in order to achieve the spectator’s eye level. Produced with help of Wiratmo Amin Nugroho, a craftsman and also a musician from Salatiga city, the model supported with a knock-down system and designed as part of the Lifepatch exhibition with the title “IN SITU: Lifepatch – The Tale Of Tiger And Lion” in Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA) – Antwerp at 16 September 2017 until 7 January 2018.

 

The second model was a mini V.01.3. The model was designed for a tablet computer with 10″ display size as the source image or object. Produced with help of the Pro-Studio, an acrylic cutting laser small company in Yogyakarta, the mini V.01.3 built with 3 mm thick acrylic that combines with a 1,5 mm flat mirror as the image inverter and 3/4 mm plexiglass as the transparent sheet reflector.

The mini V.01.3 model itself was designed as part of all the Lifepatch exhibition during Europalia Indonesia 2017 in Belgium, which were the “IN SITU: Lifepatch – The Tale Of Tiger And Lion” in Museum van Hedendaagse Kunst Antwerpen (M HKA) – Antwerp and the “Tano Toba Saga” within the “Power and other things: Indonesia & Art (1835-now)” in Palais des Beaux-Arts (BOZAR) – Brussels at 18 October 2017 until 21 January 2018.

Rumah Dan Halaman (House and courtyard)

The Design of Installation about the collective community organic space based on compromisation and collaboration activities
(2016)
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The Collaboration Projects “Media Conscious” in Asia: Lifepatch ‘Rumah and Halaman’ is activities and installation exhibition at the end 2016 until early 2017 organized by Japan Foundation Asia Center and NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] and held at ICC Gallery B5, Tokyo Opera City Tower, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo. Within this project, The ideas of the installation and exhibition design were to talk about The Lifepatch and all its works as a collective that formed in 2012 in Yogyakarta – Indonesia. The things that closely related to all my experiences as a member of The Lifepatch.

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The Exhibition Installation of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’

The Lifepatch is a collective community-based that has members with diverse interests and educational backgrounds, such as scientists, programmers, designers, artists, and curators. Since formed in Yogyakarta at 2012, they established a small house as their main place for works, conducts collaborative activities, and develops socially engaged projects related to the art, science, and technology based on Do-It-Yourself (DIY) and Do-It-With-Others (DIWO) ethos. The place itself became an important space as a hub for individuals and communities to interact cooperatively through mutual learning, discussion, and meeting.

“Rumah” is an Indonesian word for the house. However, for most people in Indonesia includes Lifepatch and many collective communities or organizations who use House as their main space aren’t describing the house as just a type of permanent physical structure with a particular function as a shelter or a Residential Building. There are several attributes that defining it as a “home”, such as self-consciousness, sense of belonging, histories and a place where the dwellers practising various ideas of better living concept through simple hacking as an effort to survive.

When examining thoroughly to presents the works and all activities of Lifepatch, there seems to be a tendency to put The Rumah as The main space to work and interacts cooperatively with individuals and communities. As a space of collective community-based, Rumah of Lifepatch also represents its dweller’s strategy as a collective when practising their methods of dwelling in a place where private and public as place values and function can be connected or separated. The first part that also being called “Rumah” is the main area with private value and protected by a particular structure of a building. Basically, Rumah is the representative of its dweller’s internal affairs, which is an organic space that always growing and slightly changing based on the dweller effort to organize, compromise and collaborate each other to meet all their basic needs, interests, and activities. The second part called the “Halaman” or the courtyard. This part is a transition space that provided by the Rumah dwellers to make both of connector and barrier between the concept of private and public. As a connector, the Halaman Rumah is a place for the dweller to meet every external aspect of the Rumah. Contrary, Halaman also became barriers that provide by the Rumah dwellers to protect their private area and all of its internal aspect.

However, talking about The Rumah of Lifepatch as a space for collective community-based, there seems to be a tendency that the Rumah is not just a mere physical structure with particular function, but as an organic space that lives and slightly changing when projecting the dweller lives and activities. Meanwhile, as a form of a dialogue, it provides a creative environment within it spaces for its dweller to conduct creative activities through the works and interaction between the collective member and other community.

The Rumah Dan Halaman (House and courtyard) installation were designed based on those concepts as the reimagination of Lifepatch space with all of its activities and brought it all into an art gallery space as part of The Collaboration Projects “Media Conscious” in Asia between Lifepatch, Japan Foundation Asia Center and NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC].

 

Reference Site:
* Details of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ Exhibition on Lifepatch official website
* Details of Collaboration Project Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on NTT Inter Communication Center [ICC] official website
* Details of Collaboration Project Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on Japan Foundation Asia Center official website

Go-Circle

The 360-Degree Panohead Prototype as the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) Photography tool
(2016)
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Go-Circle is a prototype of The Do-It-Yourself (DIY) 360-Degree Panohead developed by “Wawies” Wisnu Wisdantio [Lifepatch] and Stefanus Kushartanto [St. Joseph – The Carpenter]. Produced limited as a kit for Workshop – GoCircle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture in ICC Gallery, Tokyo, November 13rd, 2016. Also displayed in The Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia” : Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’, which is an exhibition organised by Japan Foundation Asia Center and NTT InterCommunication Center (ICC) at ICC Gallery B5, Tokyo Opera City Tower, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.

The 360-degree picture is a spherical image that recording the photographer surrounding areas in only one image. Nowadays, it’s become very popular and easy to create by everyone only with the help of a particular app on a Smartphone or PDA. Before it became very popular, The 360-degree picture is very hard to make and need complicated process, especially when using a Pocket camera, Digital Camera, or an analog camera. Basically, producing a 360-degree picture only need to make serial pictures about 45-50 pictures from each spot location and then stitching all together. However, the tricky part is maintaining the point of view in exact same spot. If not, there will be a parallax between each picture point of view and made the serial picture very hard to be stitched each other. In order to reduce the parallax point, there is a particular tool as camera’s tripod addition called The Panohead that have to attach between camera and tripod. More than that, the photography tools tends to be very expensive and made not many people could afford or use it.

The rivers in Jogjakarta have significant historical, economic, and social importance. However, not many people in this city aware of those rivers importance. It’s only known as the backyard of the city, neglected, and rarely touched.

Triggered by the curiosity of some people who never visited those rivers, a walking trip through the river banks became an embryo of a long-term river environmental monitoring project called Jogja River Project that conducted by Lifepatch.org since 2012, with the idea to share all the knowledge that they found from the river as an open source knowledge which can be easily understood by everyone. Part of it is making an interactive documentation through 360-degree pictures that took from the river centre in order to make anyone who saw it can feel how its like when they are in the middle of the river.

Facing a situation when the photographic equipment is expensive objects, brought me as a member of Lifepatch to make an experiment of making our own Panohead Tool, which is much cheaper and affordable. From 2013, the research conducted on a “trial and error” process based on the development of my knowledge that influenced by various sources, which is made me collecting several designs as results of the research that still evolving. The most recent design is made with an adjustment mechanism so it can be used with different types of cameras and tripod.


Undeniable, most people still thinking of making a 360-degree Panohead and a 360-degree picture still remains as an activity that is not easy to do. Basically, the essential ideas of making the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) photography tool is trying to decrease the gap between technology and its users through examination, exploration, research, and development. Within the Do-It-Yourself (DIY) ethos is practice in order to stimulate new systems and styles of living and working that develop out of the creative process of individuals.

Beside of became part of The river monitoring project, The DIY 360-degree Panohead are also introduced to various community and children in schools as an educational project. The design and schematic of the DIY 360-degree Panohead are open sources and available at the public online with a creative commons license. Within  The Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’, The DIY 360-degree Panohead was produced as a workshop kit on Workshop – GoCircle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture in ICC Gallery, Tokyo, November 13rd, 2016.

Reference Site:
* Detail of The DIY 360-degree Panohead Reseach Documentation
* Details of workshop and The description of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on lifepatch.org
* Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on NTT Inter Communication Center [ICC] official website

360 Degree Panohead V.02B – Wood Version For Workshop And Exhibition On ICC Tokyo

Prototype of The DIY 360 Degree Panohead V.02B Photography Tools
(2016)
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The wood version of Panohead V.02B is a development version of The Panohead V.02 Design that was made limited only for Workshop – GoCircle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture at ICC Gallery, Tokyo.
It’s a part of The Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’, which is an exhibition as a collaboration between Lifepatch, Japan Foundation Asia Center, and NTT InterCommunication Center (ICC) that was held on ICC Gallery, Tokyo Opera City Tower, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.

The Development of Panohead V.02B design based on the test result of The Panohead V.02 Design that was used to make 360-degree photos during the environmental monitoring project called The Jogja River Project. After being tested with Nikon D90 + 18-105mm lens and Canon EOS 60D + 18-55mm lens, The test results brought several points on the Panohead V.02 or could to be called as the Panohead V.02A that need to be repaired, which is focusing on the base material exploration and the vertical axis rotation mechanism.

Basically, The Panohead V.02B main structure still based on the Panohead V.02A design that could be used with various types of cameras, lenses, and tripod just like the design of commercial panoramic picture tripod head. It’s separated became 3 part, which is the part 1 plate as the nodal point horizontal adjustment plate, the part 2 plate as the structural column for supporting the camera vertical rotation, and the part 3 plate as the camera mounting and nodal point adjustment. The development that applied on the Panohead V.02B design is focusing on the part 1 model as the horizontal adjustment plate and the joint mechanism between part 2 and part 3 as the nodal point of cameras vertical rotation.

The part 1 design is change become a static plate as a railing track for the plate 2 horizontal movement to adjust the camera nodal point position. Beside of that, The design of plate 2 also slightly changed on its connector with the part 1 plate, which is equipped with connector block that made the horizontal movement doesn’t have to disturb the connection between the part 1 plate and the tripod mounting head.

Another enhancement that made on the Panohead V.02B design is the design of joint mechanism between part 2 and part 3 as the nodal point of cameras vertical rotation. it supported with gear mechanism to make the vertical rotation position easier to locked and adjusted.

The concept of Panohead V.02B design is developed based on wood material as a workshop kit for the Workshop – GoCircle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture event in ICC Gallery Tokyo. Within the development itself, I’m as part of Lifepatch make a small collaboration with “St. Joseph – The Carpenter” to built The DIY 360-Degree Panohead Workshop Kit.

The test of Panohead V.02B with Nikon D90 + 18-105mm lens conduct on the ICC Gallery B5, which is the exhibition space for Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ at ICC Gallery, Tokyo.

The Exhibition of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’
The Exhibition of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ at NTT InterCommunication Center (ICC) Gallery, Tokyo Opera City Tower, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo.

 

Go-Circle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture – Workshop at NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Tokyo

DIY 360-Degree Panohead Photography tool Public Workshop
(2014)
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GoCircle: How To Make DIY 360-Degree Picture is a workshop as part of Lifepatch Exhibition on Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ that was held on Nov 1st of 2016 until March 12 of 2017 at NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC] Tokyo. It’s a collaboration project between Lifepatch, Japan Foundation Asia Center and NTT InterCommunication Center [ICC]. The workshop itself was held on Nov 13 of 2016 at ICC Gallery B5.

The workshop was talking about how to make simple DIY (Do It Yourself) 360-degree Panohead tripod and making panorama pictures with the Panohead tool. Nowadays, 360-degree photo as a spherical image of the photographer surrounding area became popular and easy to create with the help of a particular app on a Smartphone or PDA. But on the contrary, 360-degree hardware for Camera is expensive and not everyone can afford. In this workshop, we will learn basic knowledge of 360-degree pictures, how to make the DIY 360-degree Tripod Panohead tools that affordable, and finally learn to produce serial pictures as basic material to make a 360-degree image. In this workshop, we will need DIY Panohead kit, tripod, and various type of camera, such as Pocket camera, Prosumer camera, DSLR.

Within the workshop on The Collaboration Project “Media Conscious’ in Asia”, I was part of Lifepatch make a small collaboration with “St. Joseph – The Carpenter” to built The DIY 360-Degree Panohead Kit, which is a Panohead that build limited that build based on the concept design of Panohead V.02B. Manufactured based on wood as the main material, this hardware version was made to support some from many types of camera, such as Pocket Camera or DSLR. Besides that, it also could be attached to various type of tripod.

Reference Site:
* Details of workshop and The description of Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on lifepatch.org
* Collaboration Project ‘‘Media Conscious in Asia”: Lifepatch ‘Rumah dan Halaman’ on NTT Inter Communication Center [ICC] official website