Interactive installation commissioned by NODE15. ( node15.vvvv.org/ )
The multi user experience let's the visitors immerse in the leitmotif of the NODE15 Forum for Digital Arts.
"The work literally plunges you into the immateriality of the digital and invites you to playfully experience how code can change a physical sensation."
See contribution: wrapped-in-code
For the occasion of desalia 2015 festival, in a remote beach of dominican republic, we were in charge of the stage design,visual,concept and technical of the gig.
The design was based in a realtime volumetric light sculpture Dj booth and a backwall of light tubes, two screens of 11 meter x 7 and four lasers of 25 watts.
All the system was originally created in vvvv, Using DX11 Visualization techniques, artnet as the main communication protocol between devices to synchronize a visual show for the festival opening.
For the dj booth, 150 m of digital Led strip with 72 rgb pixels per meter were used
for the main show.
Most of the parts in the show were in sync by a timecode master control to create interesting sceneograpghic results.
To drive the dmx fo the booth, 78 universes were used from a single computer,giving
us total control in 3d of the ilumination.
credits one-week student project at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd, Workshop held by avaos. Thanks to the 19 enthusiastic participants!
17K was invited to teach at HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd.
With 19 students we brainstormed a game we could build in four days.
The programming was done in vvvv with the connection to Facebooks API.
We designed a pirate theme to strengthen the data thievery image and named our
game „Captain Facehook“.
credits Achim Stromberger
Each easter sat we throw a party and light a big bonfire. It was too rainy, so I made a digital substitute for our guests:
Multiuser and simple fire logic.
credits Caterina Lani
Neurogram is a neural controlled software, designed and built by Caterina Lani for her master's degree in New Art Technologies, within the course of Video Music held by professor Davide Riboli at the Academy of Fine Arts in Urbino.
The program, controlled by a NeuroSky helmet and written in VVVV, imports an Instagram stream and stops when it feels particular fluctuations in brain waves of the connected wearer. The fluctuations apply to the image a series of glitches. If the user blinks the eyes the new glitched image is saved.
The video shows a test phase of the beta version of the software, with the ISIA students thanks to the availability of Interface Design course held by professor Valentina Rachiele.
credits Artist: Rio Grande Concept: aufderlichtung Technical Execution: WE WILL SEE Production Company: büro bewegt Patching: Florian Burchett Photos: Yvonne Schmedemann
Watch the video here:
complete Patch and Documentation is up here:
vvvv is an excellent development environment
We can establish the bridge between the human and the machine that rhythm is part of the signal: one must know how to read it.
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