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The Ax winery offers visitors a tour to experience wine in form of an exhibition in Kéthely, Hungary. Strukt was commissioned to develop interactive installations for this exhibition. For the foyer two installations have been developed which serve as information terminals with a high entertainment value. The so-called " packaging station" leads wine cartons hanging on an assembly line behind a display on which animated robot arms fill the boxes with wine bottles and label them. The "packet inspection" station performs in a similar manner when cartons are passing behind a screen, product information for the various wines are displayed. The focus of the installations lay on the wine box and the way it is taking in the course of the production.
Strukt also developed the "black box" a sculptural installation, which offers an immersive multimedia experience for the visitors. The sculpture, which is reminiscent of the shape of wine boxes and reaches a height of 3 meters, illuminated with video while accompanied by electronic sounds.

Credits:

Client: Ax & Ax
Creative & Technical Direction: Thomas Hitthaler
Concept: Tanja Tomic, Iris Wieder, Martin Zeplichal, Ewald Neuhofer
Programmers: Robi Hammerle, Daniel Maaz, Thomas Hitthaler, Paul Schengber
Graphic Designers: Iris Wieder, Philipp Lehmann
Animation Artist: Sabine Ott
Sound Designer: Paul Schengber
Documentation: Wolfgang Maier

Additional Credits:

Hardware Support: Concept Solutions
Model Construction: INDAT

Strukt, Wednesday, Oct 23rd 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Strukt developed the "Black Box" a sculptural installation for the AX wine(e)motion exhibition, which offers an immersive multimedia experience for the visitors. The sculpture, which is reminiscent of the shape of wine boxes and reaches a height of 3 meters, is illuminated with video while accompanied by electronic sounds.

Credits:
Client: Ax & Ax
Creative & Technical Direction: Thomas Hitthaler
Concept: Tanja Tomic, Iris Wieder, Martin Zeplichal, Ewald Neuhofer
Programmers: Robi Hammerle, Daniel Maaz, Thomas Hitthaler, Paul Schengber
Graphic Designers: Iris Wieder, Philipp Lehmann
Animation Artist: Sabine Ott
Sound Designer: Paul Schengber
Documentation: Wolfgang Maier
Additional Credits:
Hardware Support: Concept Solutions
Model Construction: INDAT

Strukt, Wednesday, Oct 23rd 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits a project by Quayola & Sinigaglia; Commissioned by Nike; Keri Elmsly: Producer; Paul Mumford: Animator; Michael Hodgson: Sound Design; Assistant: Sebastiano Barbieri;

{2013}

Audiovisual Installation | vvvv Custom Software
4k video on 2 LCD displays | 2ch Sound
Dimensions Variable
http://natansinigaglia.com/portfolio/flexure/

flexure

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dottore, Friday, Oct 11th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 4 comments  

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On September 26th the Vienna Tourist Board will be hosting an event where Alex Kiessling is creating artworks not only in Vienna, but simultaneously in Berlin, at Breitscheidplatz, and London, at Trafalgar Square.
Alex is using two industrial robots (ABB IRB 4600) who are fed by real-time tracking data from Vienna via satellite connection to the remote cities. The result will be three artworks that are later brought together to built a triptych.

By reading data from an infra-red touch frame and a Microsoft Kinect we analyze the movements of the artist and then the data is translated to feed the coordinates to the robots’ servers — difficult process since the robots’ software was not designed to interpret real-time data. The robots then recreate the movements of the artist and draw their interpretation of Alex’s drawing in real time. The data will be transmitted from Vienna to Berlin and London using a dedicated satellite connection.

Credits:

Client: Vienna Tourist Board
Artist: Alex Kiessling http://www.alexkiessling.com
Technical Director: Thomas Hitthaler
vvvv Programmer: Daniel Maaz, Robi Hammerle, Thomas Hitthaler
Robot Programmer: Romain Aigner, Thomas Mayer
Documentation and Project Management: Gregor Hofbauer

Additional Credits:

Construction and Logistics: INDAT
INDAT Project Manager: Chris Steiner
Stage Berlin: Zesner Sportberatung
Stage London: Martin Hyde
Ad Agency: Jung von Matt / Donau
Support: Austrian National Tourist Office Berlin and London

Strukt, Monday, Sep 23rd 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Quayola & Sinigaglia collaboration

Audiovisual concert
1ch HD projection
Custom realtime Software (realized using www.vvvv.org)

18 Apr 2013 | Troyka Multispace | Moscow, Russia
22 Apr 2013 | USC | Los Angeles, US

http://natansinigaglia.com/portfolio/mira-calix-live/

credits STUDIOKREFT.DE /// EFA-M.DE /// DEINELIEBLINGSGESTALTER.DE
Body motion controlled vvvvisuals by Jannis Kilian Kreft / Studio Kreft
Costumes & Concept by Eva Mössner
Performance & Dance by Project PQ
DJ Markus Liebenau
Documentary by Constantin Urban
Thanks to Satis&Fy and Production Support Offenbach for great Equipement
and the vvvv community for all the great contributions.

"Zwei Delirien / Bewusstsein & Leidenschaft" - THE SHOW
Fashion, Motion Controlled Visuals, Performance & Dance, Music - telling an ongoing story in 13 chapters.

We developed an interactive stage design consisting of a background projection that responds to motion in 13 different settings. We tracked the dancers using various Kinect based techniques.

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jannis, Wednesday, Aug 28th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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For the second time, I've been part of the Kazantip vj team, for ten days, we rocked the massive LED screens at one of the biggest and craziest electronic music festival in east Europe.

The team is composed of : Jago from Poland, E.Gruppe from Germany, Mr Vux from France, Devon Miles from Germany, Amoeba from the UK, Antokhio and EPS from Russia as well as myself, clone, from France.

This not often I can have live visual of this quality in front of me, and being part of this is for me a real honor. Everyone has different style and different approach with their visuals, technicaly and artistically, but the common point is the passion and the energy putted into their work to make it unique.

I have the feeling to be part of something and this video is dedicated to us, Kazantip's VJ.

This is true VJ here, true live visual, true art, enjoy.

cloneproduction, Wednesday, Aug 21st 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Videomapping in the mainstage, WONDERLAND 2013 open-air festival (http://w-land.cz/)
16/18.8.2013, Brništi u České Lípy
Made with VVVV

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LeapMotion / VVVV 45 beta 30.2

SangChul.NAM, Wednesday, Aug 21st 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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joreg: @barman74: define "doesn't work"

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barman74: NOW i HAVE ALL GREEN BUT WHEN I TRY TO RUN vvv.exe or run start with demo bat ... doesn't work

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StiX: hey guys i am in Berlin doing job on IFA, let me know if somebody wants to meet for some vvvv talk :3, i am here until the end of ifa

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TidensBarn: plugin for oculus rift DK2: oculus-rift Head tracking works, more coming next week..

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