Collimation – Two interlocked microscopes stimulate artificial neural growth

Created by Brad Todd, a Montreal-based artist and Design and Computation Arts instructor at Concordia University, Collimation (2015) is a system of two microscopes inspecting and recording one another as three projection screens visualize the interpretive analysis occurring within the computer vision software.

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