its actually moving images!
credits wirmachenbunt//Müller Romca
Two exhibits for Diehl Aerosystems showing their portfolio and taking a closer look at their avionics products. It was pretty fun creating a realtime rendered airplane surrounded by atmospheric lighting.
All Animations are realtime too including things like slats and flaps which help landing a plane.
Exhibit Specs Portfolio: 5760x1080 running at true 60fps, all DVI Heads in perfect sync. Thanks to Geforce Titan and Nvidia Surround Mode.
credits a project by Quayola & Sinigaglia; Commissioned by Nike; Keri Elmsly: Producer; Paul Mumford: Animator; Michael Hodgson: Sound Design; Assistant: Sebastiano Barbieri;
Audiovisual Installation | vvvv Custom Software
4k video on 2 LCD displays | 2ch Sound
STUDIOKREFT.DE /// EFA-M.DE /// DEINELIEBLINGSGESTALTER.DE
Body motion controlled vvvvisuals by Jannis Kilian Kreft / Studio Kreft
Costumes & Concept by Eva Mössner
Performance & Dance by Project PQ
DJ Markus Liebenau
Documentary by Constantin Urban
Thanks to Satis&Fy and Production Support Offenbach for great Equipement
and the vvvv community for all the great contributions.
"Zwei Delirien / Bewusstsein & Leidenschaft" - THE SHOW
Fashion, Motion Controlled Visuals, Performance & Dance, Music - telling an ongoing story in 13 chapters.
We developed an interactive stage design consisting of a background projection that responds to motion in 13 different settings. We tracked the dancers using various Kinect based techniques.
Generative Impro Videomapping
credits Creative Concept + Lighting Design + Sound Design : Roberto Vitalini (@Bashiba) // vvvv programming : Sebastiano Barbieri (@Noir) // (c) 2013 bashiba.com
July 2013, Excerpts of a Live Recording, Vimeo Video:
At night, the artificially lit membrane shining in darkness, reminded us of a living organism, a structure that breathes. By activating the "wave pool", the light reflections on water added the dynamic lighting effects that we wanted. Similarly, we used the existing sound of the water being pumped away from the sides of the pools (pink noise) as a relaxing sonic backdrop and natural base, and we then added on top the intriguing sounds of whales, so that the people in the pools could imagine to be swimming with the gentle giants of the deep.
credits studiokreft.com /deinelieblingsgestalter.de / Jannis Kilian Kreft - concept, design, vvvv / Multishader Oculus refined implement by Studio Kreft based on implement by herbst.
"The Rift Experience" is 4d full body experience using the Oculus Rift, Kinect, Radar Touch, a wind machine & real physical objects matching the virtual environment.
The player finds itself in a dreamlike 3-d 360° virtual world and has to balance on timbers throughout different levels in real space. The player is tracked via various techniques and the Oculus Rift enables a 360° view in a beautiful multishader environment.
The students works represent different approaches of interaction.
Each one offers the experience of viewer / participant in a different way and redefining the relationship between the viewer and the work.
The principle of the feedback plays a key role in these relations, it appears on a practical level as it governs how the interaction takes place and on the conceptual level where the information which the viewer / participant feeds is coming back to him in a new way and inviting him for another observation from a slightly different angle. The works serves as a framework to which the viewer / participant pours the contents. They do not offer anything closed and finished, but the point within the process, a space of potential.
credits wirmachenbunt & Mutabor Design
Airbus “Flying Green Exhibition” is an amazingly crafted shell-shaped space, enclosing a band of fourteen exhibits.
more images/video here http://www.wirmachenbunt.de/exhibitions/airbus-fge
For wirmachenbunt, it was surely the biggest project so far. From realtime rendered airplanes, statistical tools, a text-rendering content management system to tackling many different hardware interfaces.
produced in spring 2012
credits Jan Barth, Roman Stefan Grasy, Jochen Leinberger, Mark Lukas, Markus Lorenz Schilling
Dear vvvv community,
For years we have been fans and supporters of the graphical programming environment vvvv – and for more than 1.5 years we have been working on a project with the code name “Prototyping Interfaces.” Today we are excited to tell you that you are now able to order our book named “Prototyping Interfaces – Interactive Sketching with vvvv.”
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