Unphotogenic Light projects the light that looks beautiful for human eyes, but cameras of smartphone can’t take the photo of that. Screens and objects illuminated by light are Un-photogenic (looking non-attractive in photographs). The afterimage effect of the human eye and the shutter speed of the camera. I focused on the difference in capturing method of time and space. By trying to take photos with your smartphone, you can feel that there is a strong difference between what your device is capturing and what you see with your eyes.
Thanks to: Yoichi Ochiai
Ippei Suzuki(Digital Nature Group,University of Tsukuba,Yoichi Ochiai Laboratory)
Undergraduate student in University of Tsukuba (Science in Media Sciences and Engineering). He is conducting research at “Strategic Research Platform towards Digital Nature Powered by Pixie Dust Technologies, Inc.” participating in Advancing Research Experience Program at his university.
He got some award such as Best Long Paper in Augmented Human 2017 (international conference), JASSO Excellent Student Recognition Award Grand Prize (academic field).