Advice to students and workers making posters in the occupied École des Beaux Arts, Paris, May 1968:
"Pour les affiches, la sincérité est préférable à la technique"
(For posters, sincerity is preferable to technical skill)
I've been long interested in the potential of projection in conveying information. While traditional projection is simply images cast onto flat surfaces, projection mapping involves integrating the image with the three-dimensional surfaces it is displayed on.
We're finally starting to see on the horizon the kind of data storage that would be found on the U.S.S. Enterprise — where crew members can call up essentially the entire sum of human knowledge at a keystroke, all stored locally on their ship. (Now we just need to figure out warp drive.)