credits [a:rpia:r] sound, videogram lights, sunrise event
credits see below..
Consumer Electronics Tradeshow
Interactive 3D Realtime Animation
Distributed Rendering on 68 PCs
2 x 34 Smart Viera LED-LCD 55” Full HD TV Screens
2 x 34 ASRock Vision 3D Mini PCs
2 x 4 iPad 2
For TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE we developed a huge installation at the IFA 2012 tradeshow in Berlin on 68 x 55” Panasonic Smart Viera LED-LCD TV Screens that runs a realtime animation of a underwater scenery and sea-animals that can be triggered from 8 iPads around the TV Monument. Each Panasonic screen is rendering a part of the whole scene in full HD resolution. The animals where animated in by Studio Fabian. Every animal got their own trademark sound by Taucher Sound. Additional VVVV support came from Überact.
A Project of TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH for Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH
Creative Lead/Director: Marc Tamschick
Concept Development: Jan Köpper
Project Management: Claudia Baumgartner
Production Manager: Steffen Armbruster
VVVV Artists: Philipp Rahlenbeck, Gareth Griffith, Abraham Manzanares
(Interaction Design, 3D Simulation, Software Development)
In collaboration with:
Taucher Sound, Berlin
Studio Fabian, Berlin
Kids had projection with kinect, microphone, controller, and sunvox running on nexus7 for their enjoyment.
Slovakia, Zilina - Stanica Zarecie
Cultural centre Stanica, in the building of old and still operating train station Zilina-Zariecie, is (since 2003) linking independent venue, artistic laboratory and activists’ collective. On the white map of nowadays we would like to be a culture node - creative, educative and critical. We continue the story of a small train station where people use to stop when passing by and share news and experiences from their travels.
credits Lorenz Potthast, University of the Arts Bremen, Prof. Tanja Diezmann
The Decelerator Helmet offers a experimental approach to an essential subject of our globalized world. The technical reproducible senses are consigned to an apparatus which allows the user a perception of the world in slow motion. The float of time as apparently invariant constant is broken and subjected under the users control.
In the inside of the helmet the Video-signal of a camera is processed by a small computer. The slowed down images are displayed right before the users eyes via a Head-Mounted Display and simultaneously shown at a monitor on the outside. In three different modes the lapse of time can be influenced through a remote control.
credits shiftplusslash, Brothomstates, Paskal / Game of Life project, Cayetano, vvvv community
//One week Project//
A short animated stereoscopic experiment based on real-time techniques. Content, effects and transitions have been made with vvvv multipurpose toolkit.
Music: Brothomstates - wekilldaenemy (Low Orbit Satellite RMX)
Sound Design : Paskal / Game of Life project
Cassette Tape Sample : Cayetano - Tower Of Power (intro)
At the end of the new exhibition "From Art Nouveau To The Present Day" museum visitors can dive into graphic interpretations of the displayed stylistic eras. Several compositions appear, play sounds and constantly change themselves by the movement of all people in that 100m² room.
Design: schnellebuntebilder.de, ingolfheinsch.de
Technical Direction: intolight.de, schnellebuntebilder.de
Interior Design: isabellakolata.wordpress.com
credits video:didif.it - audio:soluxionrecords.net
full HD on vimeo https://vimeo.com/47277852
SRLTD002 - WhoMadeMyLastPoetry - Where we came from / Concept Album
Lascìmo (Reaktor's Mod Original Mix) 03:54
Where we came from (Feat. Shinii) 04:34
Cigoglio (Reaktor's Mod Original Mix) 04:18
8 November (Original Mix) 01:54
Per non svegliare i draghi addormentati (Feat. Marco D'Agostin) 19:39
Si! Mo Sale (Reaktor's Mod Original Mix) 04:58
Bracer001 (Sub Therapy) 05:05
We are slaves of a word which controls us according to its interests. WMMLP wants to break all the patterns imposed by this word. This trip leads the listener towards a new, unique experience, which is also full of unforeseeable events and emotions. If you don't feel like discovering and learning, you can't understand. It's an odd matter that a single sound can make us free. Every piece of work aims to immobilize, sometime to excite, to catch or to enrapture the listener in a cosmic surreal dimension.
Unintended mistakes and blunders symbolize mankind, the originality of its inexactitude, which makes man different from machine. "Where we came from" surrounds you with a strong, asphyxiating sensation of dismay and loose of the sense of primordial belonging.
In this work also the mastering process must be thought as a link in the productive chain more than usual, the tracks are not pushed to get the useless loud, the mastering process, in this case, is an emphasizing of details and atmospheres but above all is respect of the dynamics, the heart of a work like this.
Release date: Oct 28th, 2012
Buy on Bandcamp: www.soluxionrecordslimited.bandcamp.com
Live 3D by DIDIF
credits Cinimod Studio, Mark Roberts Motion Control, Philips Lighting.
It is a given that light changes space, but in Walk The Light it becomes the visitor who determines that change in the lighting. Their movement through the Victoria and Albert Museum‘s Exhibition Road tunnel entrance directly controls this innovative lighting installation.
This experimental interactive lighting design project creates a band of white light that physically follows the visitor, forming a bright line of light tracking their journey. As one person passes, the white light jumps to the next arrival. Either side of the white band, washes of strong colour are pushed and pulled along the tunnel creating an ambient lighting effect that represents the overall ebb and flow of the day’s visitors. Throughout the day these colours shift in the hue and saturation as they respond to the prevailing direction of movement of the crowds.
Using a combination of technologies, including thermal camera tracking and Philips LED lighting mounted on a moving monorail, Walk The Light demonstrates lighting design’s increasing sophistication as it playfully – and beautifully — transforms the experience of arriving at the Museum.
credits Author: Matteo Massimi
COLLAPSE is a tangible media player that interacts with the objects placed over the glass. Every object, named 'lapse', is a simple piece of wood with an icon that identifies a particular music genre. The software, developed in VVVV, recognizes via REACTIVISION the presence of the 'lapses' and reproduces the music-playlist selected. Just choose a music genre, take the right lapse and put over the glass. The user can change the song by rotating the 'lapse' , change the volume with the 'mainlapse' or reproduce the songs contained into an external device (like USBkey, ipod ecc...). COLLAPSE is cool for parties, live events, music festivals, pubs and lounge bar.
Adding a projector, it can reproduce also video files projected where needed and allow the user to control the animation itself (animation type, colour,effects, animations position/mapping directly via the position and rotation of the 'videolapses').
COLLAPSE is going to be a collective tangible DJ/mixing station....check modular-drops.tumblr.com/
for updates and software download.
the credits of the songs belong to their rightful owners
Sky Sailing - A Little Opera Goes A Long Way
Maroon 5 feat. Wiz Khalifa - Payphone
Carl Perkins - Blue suede shoes
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