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24 FEBRUARY 2014

Project Tango: mobile devices with a human-scale understanding of space and motion

"As we walk through our daily lives, we use visual cues to navigate and understand the world around us. We observe the size and shape of objects and rooms, and we learn their position and layout almost effortlessly over time. This awareness of space and motion is fundamental to the way we interact with our environment and each other. We are physical beings that live in a 3D world. Yet, our mobile devices assume that physical world ends at the boundaries of the screen."

(Johnny Lee, Google Advanced Technology and Projects group)



applied research • auditory cues • game space • gamifying • geographic data • geospatial analysis • Google Advanced Technology and Projects group (ATAP)Google Inc • hide and seek • human scale • human-scale • human-scale understanding • Johnny Lee • mobile devicesmotion • physical beings • physical space • place and route • Project Tango • Project Tango (Google) • research labroboticssensory phenomenaspace • space and motion • spatial analysis • spatial awareness • spatial contextual awareness • spatial environments • spatial location • spatial orientationspatial perceptionspatial relationshipsvisceral experiencevisceral journey


Liam Birtles
02 OCTOBER 2011

Mise-en-scene, Montage, and the Unique Language of Film

"Mise–en–scène refers to the visual design of a film. A narrative film's visual elements can include lighting, set décor, costume design, props, blocking, spatial relationships, scene composition – Mise–en–scène is how these visual elements work together to tell the story. Every visual element designed for narrative film is considered mise–en–scène. Even non–narrative films, such as documentaries, can be said to have a certain degree of mise–en–scène. This arrangement and design expresses aspects of the characters, themes, and story that are necessarily in dialogue."

(Michael McVey,

Fig.1 James McTeigue (2006). "V for Vendetta"



ocking • characterscostume designdecor • designed • dialoguefilm • film grammar • film languagelightingmise-en-scenemontage • narrative film • props • scene compositionset decorspatial relationshipsstory • tell the story • themesvisual designvisual elements


Simon Perkins

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