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Kunde: Styrolution
Agentur: dreiform
Umsetzung: GROSSE 8

Die richtigen Worte zu finden, ist manchmal nicht leicht? Mag sein. Was jedoch viel schwieriger ist: die richtigen Worte fallen zu lassen. Nichts Geringeres wünschte sich die Styrolution GmbH für ihren Messeauftritt auf der K2013: Eine Art Dusche, aus der linsengroßes Kunststoffgranulat fällt. Und zwar so, dass dabei Wörter oder Muster entstehen.

Wie soll das gehen? Hat so etwas schon mal jemand gemacht? Kann uns jemand dabei helfen? Nein, nein und nochmals nein. Anders gesagt: Wir wollten diesen Auftrag unbedingt annehmen. Etwas entwickeln, was es so noch nicht gegeben hat. Unmögliches möglich machen.

Wir wussten anfangs nicht viel mehr, als dass wir eine Maschine erfinden mussten, aus der kontrolliert Granulat fallen sollte. Dafür begaben wir uns in die faszinierende Welt der Druckluftdüsen, Entlüftungsventile und Rohre. Diese Komponenten sind für alles entwickelt worden, nur nicht für den blitzschnellen, regelbaren Durchsatz von Kunststofflinsen. Wir testeten und testeten in unserem Lab und fanden eine Lösung: Wir bauten Schnellentlüftungsventile an die Druckluftdüsen, um 10 bis 15 Schließungen pro Sekunde zu schaffen. Die Apparatur schlossen wir dann an eine Steuereinheit an, die es – wen wunderts – auch noch nicht gab. Also verbanden wir jede der 40 Düsen mit einem eigenen Transistor an ein selbst programmiertes Mikroprozessorboard.

Das Ergebnis überraschte die Düsenhersteller, beeindruckte den Kunden und begeisterte die Messebesucher: Eine Inszenierung im Raum, die jede vergleichbare Animation per Screen in den Schatten stellt.

Grosse 8, Sunday, Oct 12th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Realtime audiovisual performance.

Sound and visual by ITSU & MISAK.

Thnx to vvvv team, vux, UNC, Fuselab, Mic Sachkov, RANINA

Moscow, 2014

MISAK, Sunday, Oct 12th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits bit_arTék

In bit_arTék we have created a software to design professional lighting.
vvvv power used to handle real-time data.

We invite vvvvis technicians use to perform their work.

We encourage users to share their modules to create a growing resource content and thus be less dependent on commercial programs.

kld4, Monday, Sep 29th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 4 comments  

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The ArchiBio project discovers phenomena that surround us everywhere, yet they remain invisible. The growth of bacteria, fungi and plants, life of an ant colony – the beauty of these phenomena escapes our attention, because they exist on a different scale or in a different time beyond our perception. ArchiBio videomapping unfolds the beauty of microscopic worlds enlarged to a giant size in the public space. It poses a question whether the relationship between nature and technology really is antagonistic, or whether the man-made technologies represent just another branch on the evolutionary tree. It is fascinating that all life forms around us share the same operating system with us, humans, DNA. What will happen once our technologies learn how to cooperate with it? Will genetic modification bring destruction or progress?

The project is being created especially for the Prague festival of light, Signal Festival. The preparatory work includes creative, technology and scientific research. The author will be using 3D scanning technologies, 3D printers and computer-controlled cutting machines to make special cultivation pots the shape of which will copy chosen architecture.

Featured by Czech the light
Commissioned by Signal
Partner LVR

Video Mária Júdová, mariajudova.net
Music Ambienteer - Ecclesia

Special thanks:
Jan Buriánek, http://bursoft.org

Iva Dobiášová
Radka Hanečková
Jakub Hybler
Marko Júda
team Signal

Project by Andrej Boleslavský

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Generative visual tool for entering "flowing" state of mind (recording of live session).

Emotiv Epoc headset was used for EEG realtime scan of the spectator, while observing generated visuals on the screen. When beta rhythm was dominating in spectator's EEG (normal/alert state), hypnotic opart pattern with dynamics correlating to beta intensity was shown, which led to more "dreamy" state (more alpha rhythm). When alpha started to dominate over beta, pattern was interrupted by some generic 3D visuals to break that hypno state and get back to normal; and so on.

Created as an exercise at Art and Brainwaves workshop by Enzo Varriale (Polytechnic Museum, Moscow)

To be enhanced, extended and released as a standalone installation.

eps, Monday, Sep 22nd 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits Marcello Gómez Maureira, Carolien Teunisse

Where the obstruction of light is often an unwanted artefact in projection-based AR installations, we explore shadows as dynamic canvases for supplementary projections. In defining shadow areas with your own body, visual information can be discovered in a playful way.
Visual art, educative content presentation, and gameful design converge to bring forth an interactive display that augments exhibition models in museum environments.illuminating-shadows.com

Kinect, 2 projectors, vvvv

Lucidlien, Sunday, Sep 21st 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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Digital Slaves created Fragment in Space with Olivier Ratsi (Antivj) a art piece composed of real time mapping, LED frames and electronics.
Fragment in Space is a light and sound sculpture whose elements are suspended by transparent strings and via hooks attached to the ceiling grid.
These elements are fragmented in a space according to a dynamical layout which increases the suspended state and offers the spectators depending on their positions a variety of points of view.
Modular, the system is adaptable to its exhibition space.
In this configuration, the facility was located in the center of the room occupied 13 m2 and a height of 3m.
The installation consists of 14 elements in red half translucent Plexiglas and six units composed of an aluminium structure embedded LEDs.
These elements can be independently illuminated in three variants; fully, partially or not at all according to a language, based on the lighting or extinguishing the final 44 parts.
This luminous scenography synchronized with a sound design brings the temporal dimension of the work.

Credits :
Photos, Vidéo : Olivier Ratsi
Thomas Vaquié : sound design
Julien Guinard : LED development
Support : Arcadi, Théâtre de l'Agora, scène nationale d'Évry et de l'Essonne, Stereolux

Digital Slaves, Tuesday, Sep 16th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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~3h ago

ggml: @antokhio, hap: how does this relate to the question about a possible hap release ?

~3h ago

antokhio: U can export dds pretty much in real time from vvvv. Size is same anyways

~3h ago

antokhio: U can export dds pretty much in real time from vvvv. Size is same anyways

~6h ago

catweasel: @antokhio yes but you can export it from osx and windows apps without another conversion step...

~20h ago

joreg: node15 status: 48 mostly #vvvv related workshops by 58 hosts in 5 days.

~20h ago

antokhio: In the end Hap works same as file texture pooled

~22h ago

Gareth.Griffiths: @tonfilm + catweasel: Mr. Vux is in London tomorrow night. There's a place at The Pill Box, Bethnal Green

~22h ago

Noir: +1 hap

~1d ago

Alec: @ggml: it would be vvvvery useful...

~1d ago

StiX: @joreg> oh thanks did not bump into that page