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MIMPI

credits stain, lazyfish, alg, alexander stavtsev

mimpi

MIMPI /mobile interactive multiparametric image/
is an experiment with abstract generative image and simple multiuser interactivity.
Everyone can have an influence on the image with tilting an iOS or Android device connscted to the gallery wireless network.
Sound by Lazyfish is also realtime synthesized and forms a whole with the image, receiving parameters via OSC.
Audience interaction with the installation becomes a kind of collective game or even meditation, depending on participants' mood and actions.

may 2012, MEL gallery, Moscow
http://stain.ws

ain, Sunday, Mar 10th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 6 comments  
m4d 10/03/2013 - 23:52

nice!

manuel 11/03/2013 - 07:04

cool project

bo27 11/03/2013 - 08:21

you are so clever

werbeagentur 13/03/2013 - 21:42

Great

antokhio 15/03/2013 - 22:50

we were on it live, feels live much better, and sooooo simple, reshpekt!
check this one from sta1n also http://stain.ws/CUBE
obviously one from us https://vimeo.com/34056267 (starts about minute 1)

ain 19/03/2013 - 18:14

thanks friends!
and here are all participants with that architectural piece antokhio mentioned,
many nice works https://vimeo.com/38147503

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Shoutbox

~13h ago

ggml: someone remember the link to the gpu-patching thread from a year or so ago ?

~1d ago

DiMiX: she should get dedicated node like DeNiro

~1d ago

evvvvil: just seen this, will be there as it's only 20 minutes away from my house luckily enough. you going Gareth?

~2d ago

Gareth.Griffiths: Hadasi would like to invite everyone to TonFilm's v50 talk Sat, 5pm @ RCA Kensington, The Stevens Building

~3d ago

antokhio: dxt slow as hell, but I like that quality alot :;]

~3d ago

vux: @antokhio there's some benefits from hap over dxt1/5 image sequence (extra compression+data locality)

~3d ago

ggml: not sure what you mean.. new thread ?

~3d ago

graphicuserinterface: @antokhio, so we had years ago a similar tech, only not applied to video?