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Those funny Crumplers...

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Yeah... That's the spirit!

The Face of Microsoft

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Someone should tell Microsoft not to worry so much about the Lomo folks ;-)

HP inking some folks...

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In order to sell some more printers HP had some folks inked in a big way... Go figure why by yourself...

Experience the diference of reality

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Fishing was not apropriate here so I used the VR Drive instead to capture this scene.

Fishing a Samsung girl...

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Yes, the fishing pole can be used for that too...

The Future is Analogue...

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Unfortunately Lomo picked the wrong band to put on stage, look at the amount of digital devices just to make some noise... I guess some classic guitar players or choir singers would be more apropriate for an analogue show!

Fishing Lomos

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Just me trying to fish some lomos with my Agnos Fishing pole.

Lomography - Analogue Lounge

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The Lomo crowd has this lounge on hall 5.1 trying to guess the future. Unfortunately it looks like the digital / fake / manipulation / clean / no sex / crowd went south...

CGI: Virtual Photography

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The Solution Center for Computer-Generated Imaging presents the latest in image design technology and offers professional users an introduction to this technology's changing workflow models.

To attract a bigger crowd, the booth included a (non-CGI) car in a light-stage sort-of sphere. It was good to see that my dome was not the only dome that was a bit wonky ;-)

Last visitors of the dome theater

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These two visitors of the IVRPA were the last two to experience the dome theater at the booth. After they left, the dome was turned off, and later dismantled. It was not easy to turn off the projection, after all the energy I had put into getting the dome up and running (twice!).

The panorama shown is 'A Paradise Called Caramoan' by Rommel Bundalian