Eugene Soh

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Eugene Soh a.k.a. DUDE (b. 1987) is a computer programming genius who accidentally became an artist when his photographic piece, contextualizing Da Vinci’s Last Supper in a local hawker centre setting, surfaced on social media. That discovery, with its tongue-in-cheek commentary on contemporary life in Singapore, catapulted him into the art world. He has since been a full time artist who codes really well. This is his blog.

Introducing AR.dude.sg

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We’re excited to release a knowledge centre to speed up the unified understanding into Instagram and Facebook Augmented Reality effects. Our goal is to provide a way for marketers and brands to easily analyse successful campaigns and learn how to implement them into their own marketing arsenal.
https://youtu.be/WAB_Y7Qxyng The correct and technical term for these Instagram and Facebook filters is 'Effects'. Yes, they are Instagram AR Effects and Facebook AR Effects. I keep seeing these terms being used interchangeably - "AR Effects", "AR Filters" or "AR Masks" or even "AR Lens" from Snapchat, ALL of which are acceptable...
We won! Grand Champions! What an incredible 3 day hackathon we had, 28th to 30th September. Our team was made up of Cedric Sommer , Zhang Weiran , Jek Tan and me, Eugene Soh . The project we made in 54 hours was, Mind Palace, it is a Virtual Reality experience for dementia patients to immerse themselves in an...
This is a Kinect Fighting game I made! Kinect Boxing, previously known as Kinect Fighter. I Always thought a fighting game like this was the most obvious use of the Kinect. I was surprised that no one did it this way! My game uses 1 to 1 motion capture to let you fight in whatever way you want - unlike...
Channel New Asia featured me in a 1 hour episode, teaching 4 elderly folks how to code and make a Virtual Reality Game. You can watch all the drama unfold here on toggle. It was tricky teaching them elderly, some of them were confused between double clicking and single clicking, one shouldn’t expect too much i suppose. As much as...
Dancing Doodles is a live motion capture dance installation that I made in collaboration with 150 kindergartners! It was exhibited at the PAssion Arts Fest at Bishan Ang Moh Kio Park for 2 days on the 1st and 2nd of July 2017. Characters are drawn by kindergartners 5 & 6 years old and are animated via motion capture from an...