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credits Nikolas Klein, Anna Foltinek and Ester Harter | Interaction Design 1 | Hochschule für Gestaltung Schwäbisch Gmünd

This is our video of our first ever try in vvvv. It was a weekend workshop – Mediatechnology – at the HfG Schwäbisch Gmünd.

The first task was the bridge correction between two iMacs. It had to be done over the network. We decided to use vvvv and used a UDP Client and Server model to synchronize the displaying of the image. It was very easy to use three instead of two iMacs.

After that we added a kinect. With the skeleton-data, which we got out of the kinect node, we mapped the movements of the head and the hands to the movement of the image. The gestures were made to move completely around in that 360° picture.

Greetings!

Nikolas Klein, Anna Foltinek and Ester Harter

nikolasklein, Tuesday, Jan 21st 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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It always honors us to work with returning clients on new incarnations of annual events. The 2012 futurezone awards received a lot of positive feedback, especially for the design of the projections. So for the 2013 futurezone award we continued using the very graphic interpretation of a circuit board that is also defining the design of the award trophy itself. The show was realized using VVVV and consisted of dynamically generated animations that were flexible in timing and positioning. The location was new, so we adapted the stage set-up to be dominated by a large widescreen projection. To still reach out into the room we synchronized the ambient lighting to compliment the color effects in the presentation and to draw attention to the front when necessary.

Credits:
Client: Futurezone
Agency: Kurier in-house marketing / Büro Wien
Project Manager: Thomas Hitthaler
Art Director: Iris Wieder
VVVV Programming: Thomas Hitthaler

Strukt, Thursday, Jan 16th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  
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Hi all !

For christmas, the visual agency of Paris and I are releasing a brand new project ...

Light installation of 24 LED responding to the music in real time using vvvv (for audio-analysis + OSC control) and Processing (generated animations + Syphon to Modul8).

The project was designed for the 2nd edition of Yellow Lounge party in Paris. Yellow Lounge was born in Berlin with the aim to bring classical music in night clubs and to create AV performances with DJs and VJs. A unique concept for a special night

check it out !
https://www.behance.net/gallery/LIGHTLINES-Audioreactive-scenography/13335889http://pixelcarre.fr/?portfolio=yellow-lounge-2

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akrieg, Wednesday, Dec 25th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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The i-Flow is Hyundai's astonishing new concept car. Created in cooperation with BASF, it embraces a slew of super-advanced technologies and materials. It also drives the development of the new corporate form language, fluidic sculpture. On top of that it's state-of-the-art in energy efficiency. We were really flattered they chose us to work out the digital innards of this dream machine!

Hyundais European Design Center commissioned MESO with an interactive and operational dash board system. In close collaboration with the Design Team we had the pleasure to work on practically all aspects of this futuristic front end, from concept to screen/motion/Interface design to the actual engineering and implementation (and crouching underneath the steering wheel to plug in the connectors).

The MESO-Team: Sebastian Oschatz, Max Wolf, Alexander Graf, Jannis Kreft, Alexander Balzien, Jochen Leinberger, Andreas Brendle

http://www.meso.net/Hyundai-HED-7

(c) 2010 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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At the newly renovated Wein&Co flagship store and bar at the Vienna Naschmarkt a soothing generative visual video installation welcomes guests when entering.

In coordination with the interior architect and Wein&Co executives the concept of flowing particles and color-shapes was brought to live using VVVV. The system is designed to create a visual journey throughout the evening, starting lively and progressing into more soothing and calm movements towards the end of each night. The animations are generated in real time and are never the same. In the future, more and more generative pre-sets will be added to the installation.

Credits:
Client: Wein&Co
Creative Director: Tanja Tomic
Programmer: Daniel Maaz

Strukt, Thursday, Nov 21st 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Our Friends at communications agency Hauser Lacour were tasked with creating the branding and information design for the new HQ of the Fraport Group, a large office building designed by Albert Speer + Partner architects. Part of the assignment was a massive monitor wall for the similarly enormous lobby of the building, accompanied by a few elegant information terminals integrated into the lobby furniture, which we happily provided.

The Real-Time Information Wall consists of 21 Full HD Screens (a total of 43,5 Mega pixel fed from 8 seamlessly synchronised computers) controlled by bespoke software that we developed with vvvv. The wall pulls data from the world wide web and constantly displays actualities such as the stock quotes of the company share, Fraport news, flight plans and so on, interleaved with an impressively high-res slide show of Fraport impressions. The system is on 24/7, responding to a ‘mood time plan’ laid down by the . It also has the ability for custom presentations. For that, the user is able to plug in a Laptop via a standard HDMI cable, or to use a simple CMS where all necessary information can be uploaded to the wall.

The MESO Team:
Max Wolf, Sebastian Oschatz, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Xiaojia Yao, Friedrich Söllner, Benjamin Schiek

http://www.meso.net/Fraport-HQ

(c) 2013 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Our Friends at communications agency Hauser Lacour were tasked with creating the branding and information design for the new HQ of the Fraport Group, a large office building designed by Albert Speer + Partner architects. Part of the assignment was a massive monitor wall for the similarly enormous lobby of the building, accompanied by a few elegant information terminals integrated into the lobby furniture, which we happily provided.

The Interactive Media Terminals are integrated into the seating furniture of the lobby. With an elegant turntable-style jog controller, the user is able to interactively peruse a plethora of stories and tidbits about all aspects of Fraport, both real-time datalogues and visual narratives on entertaining side topics of the impressive operation that is Fraport worldwide.
MESO is also the hardware service partner for Fraport AG, providing maintenance and care for the systems.

The MESO Team:
Max Wolf, Sebastian Oschatz, Alexander Graf, Nils Buhlert, Xiaojia Yao, Friedrich Söllner, Benjamin Schiek

http://www.meso.net/Fraport-HQ

(c) 2013 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

its actually moving images!

StiX, Monday, Nov 18th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

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a collective spatial installation in complementary colours.

By changing red, green and blue ambient light the visitor is constrained to focus on the respective complementary-coloured design elements. This simple effect induces the illusion of motion in actually static pictures and objects. Various techniques from the beginnings of animation are used to tell tiny stories, altogether creating an immersive visual experience in a contemporary moving-picture language.

moscow edition was showing at moscow manege from 17.05. – 26.6.2013, commissioned by sound:frame

http://ringgingbling.com

woei, Wednesday, Nov 13th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits wirmachenbunt//Müller Romca

Two exhibits for Diehl Aerosystems showing their portfolio and taking a closer look at their avionics products. It was pretty fun creating a realtime rendered airplane surrounded by atmospheric lighting.
All Animations are realtime too including things like slats and flaps which help landing a plane.
Exhibit Specs Portfolio: 5760x1080 running at true 60fps, all DVI Heads in perfect sync. Thanks to Geforce Titan and Nvidia Surround Mode.
http://www.wirmachenbunt.de/
businesses/wirmachenbunt

u7angel, Saturday, Nov 9th 2013 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 3 comments  

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