Miami Project, Art Basel Miami
December 4th - 7th 2014
curator: Joanie Lemercier
producer: Juliette Bibasse
video and sound: Takami Nakamoto
gallery: Muriel Guépin
with support from eyebeam (www.eyebeam.org)
Interaction Design Workshop that took placed in Granada (Spain). Nov2014.
Organised by Escuela Pública de Formación Cultural de Andalucía. Escénica Técnica Granada.
We were playing with various techniques,tools,devices and software to get first contact with Interactive multimedia installations.
Pupils developed a few little projects in the last 2 days of the workshop,achieving some nice results.
Scanned Face mapping with kinect interaction.
From model to paper and mapping.
Dmx control by colortracking
Tiny theater play with dmx, sound and kinect interaction.
Thanks to :
All the kind and helpful staff from Escenica school.
Alvaro Martin Treviño for his great company and help.
Paqui Castillo for her general help.
All wonderful pupils.
vvvv group for its tool.
elliotwoods,vux,unc and all vvvv contributors.
Music from the video:
Tobias Nusser, Arístides García (lasal)
The data wall is the centerpiece of the new headquarter of Stockholm based payment company Klarna; visualizing their world wide business activity in real-time.
Artist talk by Tebjan Halm & Elias Holzer - http://vvvv.org
Tebjan and Elias are two developers of vvvv, a live-programming environment
commonly used to implement large scale media projects and digital art.
It's been used for around a decade and cultivated by a strong international community.
In the past few years they've been eagerly working on a complete rewrite of vvvv,
which lead to a new visual programming language in combination with a development
and runtime environment. In their talk they give a short introduction into the
key features of this new language internally calling “50″.
Thanks to Servando for Intro Sound!
A quick screencap from workInProgress. Another foray into the possibilities of visual instruments. I'd really like to outsource the overall movement of the tubes to an orchestra's conductor.
Heavily inspired by (and made possible through) the work of Natan Sinigaglia. VVVV and midicontroller. Again, all realtime, no postFX, straight recording
A closeup of the interactive animation in the measuring instrument for "therefore I am"(https://vimeo.com/86547683).
The animation can be explored by turning a knob. Ranging from chromosomes to DNA this simplified journey allows to experience an ever preciser measurement. Though the animation is linear, it contains generative elements and the camera motion is influenced by the speed of turning, so the animation looks and feels different every time and suggests a live view into the blood sample.
Made with vvvv.
Performance 14.11. at festival ProToTyp
Brno, Richard Adam Gallery
interactive perforance vith vvvv software
Concept, media: Vladimír Burian
Concept, motion: Marie Svobodová
Music: Nèro Scartch
production: Marie Trefná
00:00 - 01:28 perofmance
01:28 - 03:53 freestyle with ambient music
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