Considering the cultural implications of such practice, I like the idea that the reverse is also possible. I like the idea of techniques to balance out and open spaces for creativity through a constant stream of visual data. Those techniques come from a branch of computer vision that proposes to reduce the noise and “diminish” reality. Labs approach the idea using different methods. I couldn’t tell which offers the best results between the methods proposed by the University of Florida or the Technical University of Ilmenau in Germany. But I realise they both call it “Diminished Reality“: The process of removing objects from video.
Can practical applications of “open video” lie within such development ? The possibility to open video spaces. Dig for cinematic channels. Regenerate canvas for new compositions. «Removing objects from video» to create ground for new connexions.