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Optimised and revisited version of my glitch shaders made for Circle of Light mapping festival in Moscow (http://youtu.be/4auSlcRrTxw). Made entirely in vvvv with a lot of hlsl shaders. No post production or editing, just added audio track on top.

Music: "Kangding Ray – Thar"

IdwyR, Sunday, Dec 21st 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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A quick screencap from workInProgress. Another foray into the possibilities of visual instruments. I'd really like to outsource the overall movement of the tubes to an orchestra's conductor.
Heavily inspired by (and made possible through) the work of Natan Sinigaglia. VVVV and midicontroller. Again, all realtime, no postFX, straight recording

Music is Nest - Lodge
http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Nest/Nest/
http://www.serein.co.uk

Urs Basteck, Sunday, Dec 21st 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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A closeup of the interactive animation in the measuring instrument for "therefore I am"(https://vimeo.com/86547683).
The animation can be explored by turning a knob. Ranging from chromosomes to DNA this simplified journey allows to experience an ever preciser measurement. Though the animation is linear, it contains generative elements and the camera motion is influenced by the speed of turning, so the animation looks and feels different every time and suggests a live view into the blood sample.

Made with vvvv.

Michael Burk, Thursday, Dec 18th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Performance 14.11. at festival ProToTyp
Brno, Richard Adam Gallery
interactive perforance vith vvvv software

Concept, media: Vladimír Burian
Concept, motion: Marie Svobodová
Music: Nèro Scartch
production: Marie Trefná

00:00 - 01:28 perofmance
01:28 - 03:53 freestyle with ambient music

vladimir burian, Thursday, Dec 18th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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http://www.spaceibiza.com is well known for its rocking parties worldwide,astonishing club ¡¡.

For the Opening season Party 2013, http://geometricastudio.com/ was in charged of visuals and interaction for the event.We created custom software for all the led devices bars and stage, filling those with a mixture of generative and linear visual content,as well as Interactive scenes to react with the dancers.

//Lineup Space Opening Fiesta 2013//
https://www.spaceibiza.com/en/news/item/1706-%C3%BAltimas-incorporaciones-al-line-up-del-opening/1706-%C3%BAltimas-incorporaciones-al-line-up-del-open...

//More pictures from the Party//
http://www.spaceibiza.com/es/media/space-gallery/fotos-2013/itemlist/category/64-opening.html

//Visual Design and Production//

http://geometricastudio.com/
Alfonso Ares

//Motion Graphics and Vj,s//

Efren Murcia
Alvaro Martin Treviño

//Custom software: Led Control,Generative Content and Interaction//

Alvaro Martin Treviño
Abraham Manzanares I www.colorsound.es

Big Thanks To :

http://geometricastudio.com
www.redbull.com
http://www.spaceibiza.com
Alma Vacas

Music of the video:
Surfin (Nice7 Remix)
TUBE & BERGER

colorsound, Thursday, Dec 18th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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72 LEDs
Interact with music and video

Jeff Zhu, Thursday, Dec 18th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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CINEMA VERTIGO presents “Lost in the FEARest”, a gentle blend of papercuts, electronics, programming and 2d animation.
Inspired by the Smiths’ fears, we created a surprising pop-up book. Through a magic torch visitors of the Werkschau 2014 could unveil spooky creatures, scary trees, and crazy guests hidden under the white paper artwork.

Cinema vertigo team and the Smiths worked closely with papercuts, animations and programming to create this analog/digital installation. The project was conceived, prototyped and realized in three days.

Concept:
Mika Satomi - www.kobakant.at
Daniel Huber - www.ceeyaa.com
Benjamin Hohnheiser - www.benju.net
Alessandro Maggioni - www.atelierperela.com

Animations:
Rasmus Roos Lindquist
Nica Junker - www.nicajunker.de
Kerstin Unger - www.kerstinunger.com
Benjamin Hohnheiser
Alessandro Maggioni

Papercuts:
Mika Satomi,
Hannah Perner-Wilson - www.plusea.at
Alessandro Maggioni

vvvv programming:
Daniel Huber

Electronics:
Mika Satomi

Torch design:
Thomas Gnahm - www.trafopop.com

Video Footage:
Benjamin Hohnheiser
Alessandro Maggioni

Music:
Picea (Spruce) by Bartolomäus Traubeck - www.traubeck.com
taken from his amazing project “Years” - www.traubeck.com/years/

Thanks to:
Schmiede Hallein - www.schmiede.at
Jakob Barth - www.anoba-film.com
Jan-Nahuel Jenny
Rüdiger Wassibauer
vvvv - www.vvvv.org
Show2go - www.show2go.at
Frau Wurst
Manuel

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schnellebuntebilder and kling klang klong developed an interactive framework to create synaesthetic experiences of sounds and visuals generated from body movement.

In their first collaborative work „MOMENTUM“ the user and his surroundings transforms into a fluid creature in an ever-transforming system of particles. A virtual reality, in which movement becomes sound and music and matter seems to dissolve.

MOMENTUM VIDEO
https://vimeo.com/112193826

HI-RES IMAGES
https://www.flickr.com/photos/88656960@N05/sets/72157649293003336/

PROJECT-SITE
http://www.schnellebuntebilder.de/#/fourxfour/momentum/

CREDITS
visuals – schnellebuntebilder http://www.schnellebuntebilder.de
audio – kling klang klong http://www.klingklangklong.com

TOOLS
vvvv – http://vvvv.org
Max – https://cycling74.com/products/max
Ableton Live – https://www.ableton.com/de/live
Microsoft Kinect 2
TimlinerSA Next Generation – timelinersa-nextgeneration

THANKS
CCL – http://choreographiccoding.org
Motion Bank – http://motionbank.org
Daniel Shiffman for http://natureofcode.com
vux for Kinect 2 - VVVV implementation
dottore for Particle Madness Workshop at NODE13 – http://node15.vvvv.org

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schnellebuntebilder and kling klang klong developed an interactive framework to create synaesthetic experiences of sounds and visuals generated from body movement.

In their first collaborative work „MOMENTUM“ the user and his surroundings transforms into a fluid creature in an ever-transforming system of particles. A virtual reality, in which movement becomes sound and music and matter seems to dissolve.

BEHIND THE SCREENS
https://vimeo.com/112223038

HI-RES IMAGES
https://www.flickr.com/photos/88656960@N05/sets/72157649293003336/

PROJECT-SITE
http://www.schnellebuntebilder.de/#/fourxfour/momentum/

CREDITS
visuals – schnellebuntebilder http://www.schnellebuntebilder.de
audio – kling klang klong http://www.klingklangklong.com

TOOLS
vvvv – http://vvvv.org
Max – https://cycling74.com/products/max
Ableton Live – https://www.ableton.com/de/live
Microsoft Kinect 2
TimlinerSA Next Generation – timelinersa-nextgeneration

THANKS
Christoph Knoth for generating the logo-type – http://christoph-knoth.com/
CCL – http://choreographiccoding.org
Motion Bank – http://motionbank.org
Daniel Shiffman for http://natureofcode.com
vux for Kinect 2 - VVVV implementation
dottore for Particle Madness Workshop at NODE13 – http://node15.vvvv.org

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FormaX A/Vperformance@ Kikk Festival and Beautés Soniques FestivalLive Capture_Grand Manège,Namur.

FormaX is an A/V performance by Rawakari & Vision Nocturne. It also exists as an installation named Cubix.

FormaX is an audio reactive cubiq structure exploring visual and sonic spaces. This performance is part of a common audiovisual research between electronic music artist Rawakari (elf cut, thin consolation) & Vision Nocturne. The electronic sounds of Rawakari generates abstracts and hypnotic visuals creations onto the structure. Thanks to a smart interplay between optical and graphical elements the auidience gets lost in a minimal electronic landscape with complex and dreamy sounds.

This performance is organized in collaboration with Beautés Soniques.

Artists: Rawakari & Vision Nocturne
Realtime Motion graphic: Michaël VERLINDEN

Sound Design: Jean-François DELHEZ

Vidéo Capture :Sem Mathieu

Vision Nocturne, Thursday, Dec 18th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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~1d ago

joreg: @io: we have a new workshop format planned for that this year. to be announced with the rest of the workshops mid jannuary.

~1d ago

joreg: @mori better start a forum-thread describing your problem in more detail. because if you just ask: Can I? the answer is: Yes.

~1d ago

Mori: Can I connect the reverse pin of an LFO to something event triggered? I can't seem to find a way :(

~1d ago

Mori: Can I connect the reverse pin of an LFO to something event triggered? I can't seem to find a way :(

~1d ago

io: Yes, good patching style is the most difficult skill to learn when you are an isolated vvvv user as myself

~1d ago

Mori: Is there a workaround for the reset pin on LFO? Wave shaper doesn't do it

~2d ago

guest: @io Node13's Software Engineering Patterns workshop by Meso essentially fit the MVC pattern. It would be good if they run it again.

~2d ago

joreg: @io more than what?