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credits everyoneishappy and intothelight for their noodles and pointcloud contribs

Installation made for Bratislava, Slovakia Nuit Blanche event.

It is very basic in terms of visuals, this was essentialy my first work with noodles system and particles. Had to take out a lot of details and simplify it just to one big figure, because I requested totally different projectors then i got (instead of fullhd ST i got 2 1024x720 office oldies).

Aim was to work around style of Zuzana Sabova, her raw sketchy drawing and the Black Hole sculpture which is in the middle. It did interacted with particles but it was barely visible because of the projectors quality.

I have more 3d scans, which i plan to use in future and follow her style even closer. But i really like the sound, it was done in reaktor with help of contribution i made - Reaktor vobject OSC.

StiX, Tuesday, Dec 1st 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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Jeff Zhu, Monday, Nov 30th 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Interactive video installation by Robert Pörschke, displaying the Swedish national costume, controlled by light sensors and a microphone.

A part of the group exhibition (Verklighetens) Folkdräkt with Art Mobile at Galleri K in Västerås in August 2015.

First time I used both MIDI CPU from Highlyliquid and the programming enviroment VVVV. Both worked better than I expected. More to come I bet.


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Flatpack Festival asked me to become Artist-In-Residence in the Photonics Department of Aston University, to make a response to the work they do there. My piece would appear in the run up to Birmingham Library’s Light Fest, as part of an all-day event highlighting the research work of the Department which featured lectures and demonstrations.
Initially I planned to make a laser-based piece, however considering the health and safety implications of this (not to mention the hundreds of school children likely to be in attendance) I decided that using LED’s would be a much safer option instead.

All the demonstrations were based on the physics of light, colour mixing, refraction etc. which inspired me to create a more visceral piece : something to make you feel light, to perceive it and its effects on the brain.
To do this I made some 1.5m light probes from translucent tubes which featured 170 individually controllable pixels; 85 to the front and 85 to the back. This gave me the ability to control both the direct and the indirect light which bounced off the surface to the rear of the tubes, which meant I could separately colour the background and the detail.

My initial plan was to create an interactive piece but as I added audio it revealed a further layer which I decided to experiment with. I took the frequencies of red, green and blue light and dropped them down many octaves so that they became audible. I then used the activation of the red, green and blue pixels to control the volumes of these frequencies. I wondered, could it perhaps be possible to perceive colours through sound? I discovered that the combination of this audible droning of the frequencies combined with a slow colour change produced a very powerful emotional effect akin to someone switching on a “calmness switch” if you will. In this state one became very ‘present’ and indeed during the event many people commented that they felt like they had stepped into a different world.

I further refined the audio by adding some sub octaves to the frequencies, fine-tuning the effect and experimented interplay between the fore- and background illuminations until I was happy with the effect.

I feel like I have come full circle to the beginning of my interest in light in that I am again hand constructing light experiments. I now have the kind of technology I could have only dreamed about 20 years ago. I intended these probes to be multifunctional, and I intend to continue my investigation in other kinds of spaces through the exploration of minimal colour fields and more kinetic installations.


catweasel, Saturday, Nov 28th 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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graphical piece for new performance of Robert Ostrolutsky (Sobaki Tabaka) "It's Me"

produced as an experiment with sdf/raymarching techniques:
a cone, a sphere and a bunch of spatial twists

nov 2015

eps, Saturday, Nov 21st 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Showroom of Aizel.ru online fashion retailer, totally based on Augmented Reality and digital technologies.
Studio has developed Kinect-based virtual fitting room and interactive graphics for venue design.
Showroom was open for two months in the very center of Moscow (Stoleshnikov per.).

Camera by Maxim Emelianov

jul-aug 2015

in[visible] studio, Wednesday, Nov 18th 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Guest, light installation, 2015
Andrej Boleslavský & Samuel Kerridge

Mária Júdová, Kryštof Hlůže

commissioned by Editions of Light vol II., Lunchmeat
Pavel Kubesa, Marie Vítková, Jakub Pešek

maria judova, Wednesday, Nov 18th 2015 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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After half a year of work from the first shoot to the last renderings we now finally can present our new piece for the great SISSI RADA. It has all what a good music-clip should have: Donuts, cars, kids on bikes, a harp, a giant foot, a miniature drum set and skateboard-stunts. And of course a black cat.

Shot completely with the Microsoft Kinect 2, edited and programmed in VVVV, developed a pipeline between Cinema4D and VVVV and finalized everything in After Effects.

SUNDAY is a track from the unreleased album PRAGMA

Production/Guitar - MAX TRIEDER


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https://github.com/letmp/dx11-pointcloud (Thanks Robert & http://www.intolight.de for the support)


Special Thanks to LUTZ TIMPERNAGEL for the miniature buildings and trees, to EMIL and EMMA for driving your bikes, to REGINA POHLE for baking a cake in the rain and ULI for renting his NINTENDO ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM.

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~38min ago

drehwurm: @guest haven't experienced any troubles yet

~1h ago

guest: safe to upgrade to windows10?

~6h ago

drehwurm: ah... okay... asked the same thing inbthe forum ages ago... ignore me studid

~7h ago

drehwurm: anybody knows,where to get 3ď stacking frames for beamers? preferably in germany

~11h ago

sebescudie: @everyoneishappy : anyway sounds cool :)

~19h ago

everyoneishappy: @metrowave it exposes the Abelton Live API js object to vvvv. Still wip.

~1d ago

microdee: for people who want to play with it: https://github.com/microdee/IronHydra