Prof. Nik Haffner: Projektleitung.
Arístides García: Projektleitung, Konzept, Programmierung.
Nikola Pieper: Technische Leitung.
Körper: Emilia Pfohl, Marine Bertrand, Hanne Müller, Marieke Hohberge, Swann Nowak.
Tanzer: Juan Gabriel Harcha.
Kamera: Hannes Mück.
Musik: Volta do mar, Sound after day
Special thanks to Dottore, Mr Vux, Unc, and the VVVV developers.
A one-mask theatre play.
Lighting, and Video: Christoph Guillermet ( karistouf).
Animations were created by Magali Charrier.
Technique: White Cat Lighting Board remoting vvvv in artnet, jeenode ( arduino like rf ) remoting dimmers in 12v inside a pizza box and on the moped, dmx 512 for traditionnal lights.
Parts of animations were assembled thru VVVV patches to obtain quickly results and design interaction between videos and actor. Some animations are staying processed real time, other were finally outputted in wmv.
A one woman theatre play, all video rendering done with VVVV, and remoted by whitecat in art-net ( CueList usage).
Written and performed by Marie Montoya
Directed by Lucie Muratet
Lighting, Video by Christoph Guillermet (karistouf)
Kunde: EGGER Gruppe
Für / Team: PLAYFRAME, GROSSE 8
EWIGNEU: Projection Mapping, VVVV Programmierung
produced for City of St.Veit, Carinthia, Austria
Architecture, Exhibition Layout: Klaus Baumgartner,Trecolore Architects
Interactive Graphics, Wave Graphics, VVVV: Martin Zeplichal aka zepi
Interactive Surfaces: Antony Rayzhekoff and Emanuel Andel, This.Play
Serious Gaming, Unity 3D Production: Ovos Media GMbH, Vienna
Content Graphics: Francesco Prijapratama
Video Documentation: Andreas Haider, Alexander Boboschewski, Robert Pöcksteiner, Uul Schackl
plus several outstanding companies building the exhibition, please check here for detailed information.
credits Alessandro Perini, Fabio Monni
Click on this link to see an excerpt of the work in 3D and find more info on the final presentation of the project:
"Secret lives" was commissioned by Connect Festival.
It was premiered in Malmö (Sweden) during the Connect Festival 2011.
The work is a tryptich dedicated to the three italian composers Luciano Berio, Bruno Maderna and Franco Donatoni.
In this work gruppoGruppo sets up three different paths of manipulations in the domain of sound and image, in different ways according to the composers to which the three videos are dedicated.
In the video about Berio, his portrait reveals to be a multi-layered construction, also connected to the ideas of showing and hiding. The musical part is built using his voice and samples from his masterpiece "Sinfonia".
Donatoni is surrounded by the ghosts of his musical handwriting, taking the form of little insects or particles, recalling the "cells" of his compositional process. A reference to his love for jazz music is evident in both the imagery and the sound. All the sounds are derived from a sample taken from his piece "Hot".
The video dedicated to Maderna plays with the concept of controlling or being controlled by an abstract structure. Various processed versions of Venice's map are used to model different landscapes, while the music (the sounds are taken from Maderna's "Venetian journal") tries to retrieve the hidden origin of the whole work.
Animation made with vvvv.
Website of the authors: www.gruppoGruppo.com
credits Students: Jan Barth (jancouver), Roman Stefan Grasy (roman_g), Mark Lukas, Markus Lorenz Schilling (dl-110) Academics: Prof. Hartmut Bohnacker, Prof. Ralf Dringenberg
Interaction designers develop our digital everyday life. They concept, sketch and create new possibilities of interaction, which are evaluated with functional and technical prototypes.
The book “Prototyping Interfaces – Interactive Sketches with VVVV” covers within 280 pages the applied handling of interactive sketches with the visual programming language VVVV.
credits Studio Kreft
Zen Station by Jannis Kilian Kreft, Concept 2003/2004, Produced in 2008, premiered at the NODE 08 festival and a real beta 13 classic, is now a permanent installation @ the Städtische Galerie Meiningen. Go play it!
credits Bartholomäus Traubeck. Thanks to: Karla Spiluttini, Pro-ject Audio, Ivo Francx, Rohol, Land Salzburg.
A tree’s year rings are analysed for their strength, thickness and rate of growth. This data serves as basis for a generative process that outputs piano music based on the year ring data. Those are analyzed for their thickness and growth rate and are then mapped to a scale which is again defined by the overall appeareance of the wood (ranging from dark to light and from strong texture to light texture). The foundation for the music is certainly found in the defined ruleset of programming and hardware setup, but the data acquired from every tree interprets this ruleset very differently.
Project page + video:http://traubeck.com/years/
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