When Sat, Sep 14th 2013 - 10:00 until Sun, Sep 15th 2013 - 17:00
Where Seoul Arts Space Gumcheon, 금천예술공장, 독산1동 333-7, Seoul, South Korea
I'm teaching a 2 day VVVV for professionals workshop in Seoul on the 14th and 15th of September 2013.
Please check http://blog.naver.com/sas_g/10175399945 for more details and booking information.
Registration is now open.
When Thu, Sep 5th 2013 - 12:00 until Mon, Sep 9th 2013 - 12:00
According to wikipedia the Ars Electronica Festival is the "..the most important festival of digital art world wide." Unfortunately this quote is missing a citation, so who knows what it really is...
What it is for sure is a great opportunity to meet fellow v-heads and since the 4 day program is always quite confused with other stuff, here is a collection of vvvv stuff we arranged for you to concentrate on:
In the afternoon i'll be talking "Completing Reality" on the Expanded Animation symposium doing some livvvve demos. See the link for details and speaker lineup.
After the gala we march down to the harbour for some mojitos at time's up's bi-annual tabula rasa.
After Klangwolke we just cross the street and get wasted at the symbioticcube-av-label-release-party with quite a lineup of vvvv performances and more.
Running all days
shaul is involved in Campus Exhibition: IL(L) Machine – Ars Campus Israel.
tekcor is exhibiting a version of his genome-project at Campus Exhibition: Interface Cultures – Use at your own risk. He also mentioned he realised an exhibit in the "Yours Sincerely" exhibition on the second floor in the AEC (the one with the barcode-scanner + postcards).
On 8th and 9th (between 2 and 6pm) shaul will also host a vvvv beginner workshop. I guess it will be at Kunstuni.
know of any more vvvv related stuff? let us know in the comments.
looking fwd to drinking with you...
dear commercial users of vvvv,
this is to announce the immediate availability of Protektor, a little standalone tool that allows you, together with a hardware dongle (similar to the one pictured below) to protect your projects.
Two main scenarios of using it are:
The Protektor takes your patches and a dongle. It encrypts your patches using the dongle and saves a binary version of them (no more human-readable xml). VVVV cannot run such encrypted patches unless the right dongle (the one used for encryption) is present on the PC. If the right dongle is present the project will start but only show renderer windows, ie noone can peak at the patches. This works also for boygroup scenarios where every client needs a dongle.
A dongle can be bought in addition to each active (less then a year old) full license for 250€. Volume discounts apply as follows:
Discounts are applied per customer, ie. dongles don't need to be bought in bulk.
If you order until 30 09 2013 dongles 1-3 will only be 200€ each (Further volume discounts will still be applied off the original 250€).
Questions and orders via email to: email@example.com
this is just a little one, mainly a maintainance release fixing problems. Probably most notable the initialisation problems with the Oculus Rift should be gone and patching in x64 builds does not stop at around 2gb..
Still we're spending it a major version number since with this release we're also introducing the long awaited copyprotection option for vvvv, see protektor-dongle-protection-for-your-vvvv-projects.
Also there are new patches in:
\girlpower\The Next Generation\Networking
in our ongoing effort to get more quality documentation on different topics out.
Ah, and the Leap (Devices) now does gestures!
If i am not mistaken there are only minor changes this time:
With all kinect nodes FOV is now given in cylces (was a mix of radians or degrees). Also the rotations for ms-kinect face are now cycles.
The Gui2d modules work again, but have a bug in multitouch mode.
Everything else just as good as before.
Who unc, vux
When Fri, Aug 30th 2013 - 17:00 until Fri, Aug 30th 2013 - 20:00
Where Ivan Rastr electronic crafts, Saint Petersburg, Russia
What do the russians do with foreigners in suburbs of Saint-Petersburg?
They code together.
unc and vux are going to share their tips of vvvv+DirectX11 coding and will code some random stuff together.
Please join online at www.ustream.tv/channel/ivan-rastr
on August 30 at 19:00 (Msk) = 17:00 (CET)
If you are in Saint-Petersburg and would like to join us in person, please contact via Ivan Rastr electronic crafts:
We are located next to Zvezdnaya metro station and have around 8 seats available.
Who DAM Gallery, Matthew Epler, david, fjen
When Tue, Aug 27th 2013 - 19:00 until Tue, Aug 27th 2013 - 19:00
Where DAM Gallery Frankfurt, Gutleutstraße 17 , Frankfurt, Germany
In July and August the regular NODE+CODE meetup is a guest of the DAM Gallery in Frankfurt.
On August 27th NODE + CODE will virtually invite Matthew Epler, founder of the ReCode Project http://recodeproject.com , for a Skype talk to DAM Gallery Frankfurt.
Epler has set up a website to invite people to get to know and translate works by early digital artists like Manfred Mohr into the Processing programming language based on scans from old "Computer Graphics and Art" magazines. Any work translated there receives an open source license and can be accessed and remixed through the website. However, we will discuss if it makes sense to port those works to processing only and if there is a reason or need to put other languages on the list of interest.
ReCode is an attempt to spread, analyse and preserve early artistic work of digital nature - an honourly intent, if there wasn't the complicated relationship between authorship and open access. Additionally, we will discuss if reverse engineering is actually possible in this case considering that we have just one possible artifact, the one software generated plotter print. Can this be a proper reconstruction of a whole computer artwork? Together with Wolf Lieser, gallerist of DAM, we will be discussing the position and possible reluctance of artists whose work is recoded. Join us at NODE+ CODE's August edition!
DAM Gallery Frankfurt
60329 Frankfurt am Main
NODE+CODE meetups are a monthly digital / art get together organised by basis Frankfurt and NODE Forum for Digital Arts.
When Sat, Aug 24th 2013 - 20:00 until Sun, Aug 25th 2013 - 02:00
Where Umspannwerk Kreuzberg, Ohlauer Straße 43, 10999 Berlin, Germany
This Saturday I perform with an extended verion of DMK, perhaps you remember it from the Pathcer Kucha at NODE13. It is as a part of HEROES... where are we now at Umspannwerk Kreuzberg.
more info athttp://www.heroes-for-one-night.com/
from the website:
H E R O E S
W h e r e A r e W e N o w ?
Heroes ist: ein Ort, eine Nacht, ein Abenteuer. Jede Menge Mythos. Noch mehr Wahnsinn – eben die ganze Wahrheit unserer Generation.
Live und multimedial erzählen wir die Geschichte eines jungen Künstlers, der auszog, um dem Erfolg nachzujagen und dabei das Fürchten lernte!
In der Stadt, in der jeder alles kann – auch Kunst – ist eine ganze Generation auf der Suche nach ihrer kreativen und sozialen Identität. Wie cool, hip oder abgefuckt darf, soll, muss man sein? Wie fühlt es sich an, sich jetzt, hier und heute als junger Künstler zu versuchen? Wie schwer lastet der Mythos Berlin auf den Schultern seiner Bewohner?
Bei Heroes – Where Are We Now? geht es um nichts weniger, als um unsere Generation und unser Leben. Um Berlin und die Gesellschaft. Um Abhängigkeit und Freiheit. Um Kunst und Konsum. Um Alles oder Nichts.
Wir wollen es euch nicht nur beschreiben, wir wollen es euch zeigen – mit jungen Schauspielern von der Hochschule für Schauspielkunst „Ernst Busch", Choreographien von Antje Rose, Konzerten von Musikstars wie Steve Binetti und einigen Special Guests.
When Sat, Sep 7th 2013 - 22:00 until Sat, Sep 7th 2013 - 22:00
Where Sputnik, Untere Donaulände 16, Linz, Austria
Symbiotic Cube Audio-Visual Label is releasing the first compilation: SC#001
We are celebrating this with a dense night of audio-visual performances in the legendary location Sputnik in Linz on the 7. of September 2013, the main Saturday of the Ars Electronica Festival!
We are kindly inviting all Patchers, AV Artists, Producers, DJs, VJs, Dancers, Performance Artists and everybody who is interested in the field to participate in this Event and get to know the international community behind it.
Get your tickets here: http://guestlistapp.com/events/177096
Schwarzwald & Percy Schmeisser
Leaving the Planet
You might wonder what happened with the visuals.
They will come soon! For now we wanted to release the audio first and give out music videos slowly over time.
We make an Open Call for visual productions to the release. just send a mail with the idea to firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to make a visual or music video to one of the tracks. We will screen the visuals at the release party and put them up on our fancy vvvvjs page which is coming soon.
Also we are looking for new AV or Live-Performance artists to contribute to our future releases!
Who Nicolas Bernier (can) | VJ Suave (br) | Asynthome (fr/de) | The Erasers (gr) | incite/ (de) | Digger Barnes & Pencil Quincy (de) | Ray Vibration (de) | RaumZeitPiraten (de) | Berzik/Langfeld/Steins (de) | Trans/Human & New Aktionists/2Gyrlz (uk) | Moritz Simon Geist & MR-808 (de) | Werner Nekes (de) | Sue Corke & Hagen Betzwieser (uk/de) | Tina Tonagel (de) | Klaske Oenema (nl) | Klaus Urbons (de) | Ralf Schreiber (de) | Hubert Steins (de) | Christian Faubel (de) | Hauschka | Valance Drakes (uk) | Generate (nl) | LichtGestalten | Tofuland | Vomit Heat | Einar.Zuviel | Frau Keludowig | Bohemian Output | Visual Society Worldwide
When Fri, Aug 30th 2013 - 19:00 until Sun, Sep 1st 2013 - 06:00
Where Ringlokschuppen Mülheim, Am Schloß Broich 38, 45479 Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany
The merging of sound and visual art is once again the main focus of the SHINY TOYS Festival. Artists are going to explore the interaction between analog and digital technologies through lab research and stage performances. Playful experiments will bring inanimate objects to life in unexpected ways: the belt sander is gonna become the drive motor of a kaleidoscope, the controller of a gaming station will transcend to a sound controller and the surveillance camera will transform into a roughly pixeled light sensor of a perpetuum mobile. These inventions are less of a final product then mere tools of perception. Their main aim being a playful usage, these gadgets are ment to put the wheels of thought in motion. Multimedia projects which baffle, irritate and question familiar visual and auditive habits, will be presented through an exhibition, concerts and multiple performances.
Nicolas Bernier (can) | VJ Suave (br) | Asynthome (fr/ger) | The Erasers (gr) | incite/ (ger) | Digger Barnes & Pencil Quincy (ger) | Klaske Oenema (nl) | Ray Vibration (ger) | RaumZeitPiraten (ger) | Berzik/Langfeld/Steins (ger) | Trans/Human & New Aktionists/2Gyrlz (uk) | Moritz Simon Geist & MR-808 (ger)
Werner Nekes (ger) | Sue Corke & Hagen Betzwieser (uk/ger) | Tina Tonagel (ger) | Klaske Oenema (nl) | Klaus Urbons (ger) | Ralf Schreiber (ger) | Hubert Steins (ger) | Christian Faubel (ger)
Hauschka (ger) | Valance Drakes (uk) | Generate (nl) | LichtGestalten (ger) | Tofuland (ger) | Vomit Heat (ger) | Einar.Zuviel (ger) | Frau Keludowig (ger) | Bohemian Output (ger) | Visual Society Worldwide (int)
anonymous user login