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
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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.
credits S. Retschitzegger, M. Retschitzegger, J. Holzer, W. Glökler, H. Richter, D. Huber, A. Hernandez, J. Schmidt, A. Manzanares, S. Rosinski, M. Steinbeck, N. Matveiev
At IFA 2014, Telekom launched its new Magenta 1 pricing scheme via a large-scale mapping production. Based on a concept and architecture by q bus, the Magenta 1 CI was staged in space to impressive effect using hundreds of physical “trixel elements” affixed to the stand’s exterior surfaces as well as a central sculpture.
m box brought these trixels to life via generative projection mapping – and then combined these projections with large-scale embedded moving images. To this end, the m box vvvv based media servers served a total of 48 projectors with graphic modules – all generated in real-time. This generative feed enabled flexible adjustments of the contents on location and optimization for spatial effects.
The basic atmospheric visuals (several scenic loops) were regularly interrupted by an immersive 1-minute “Magenta Eins” production: Throughout this interlude, the entire trade fair booth underwent an even more striking media transformation due to further dimming of the lights and a synchronized 360° soundtrack.
In addition, m box also programmed and designed audio-reactive modules for band PAs and a stage performance with laser tracking controls for the central media sculpture.
枯山水 (karesansui) or "dry landscape" garden, often called a zen garden, creates a miniature stylised landscape through carefully composed arrangements of rocks, water features, moss, pruned trees and bushes, and uses gravel or sand that is raked to represent ripples in water.Create a peaceful, quiet at the moment, contains a "trend" that is what engraved movement, this "potential", is power: a power of growth, but also in the rest of the instant motion, inaction.
BodyShadow creates a particle system which explains Merdian-collateral theory of Traditional Chinese Medicine in your 3d-scan body model. You can produce new kind of tattoo images by using this system. BodyShadow is programed with vvvv and Bullet Physics.
This is an opensource project, and all the file can be found in GitHub.
credits Nans Bortuzzo
ARTISTIC DIRECTOR PROGRAMMING AND VISUAL: Nans Bortuzzo
DANCER IN THE VIDEO: Isabelle Arcand
The world of interactive devices is used for the purpose of confusing dance and visual arts. The interdependence between the media and responsiveness of video-projections in relation to the music and the movements of the dancer is the center of the performance.
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