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Empty shop windows are boring. Especially in good locations, they are also unused presentation areas that can offer local businesses a valuable temporary stage.
The heart of the installation is a voluminous arrangement of controllable LED lights. Viewers can design individual messages using their smartphones and send them directly to the system. A jury regularly selects young companies and startups to be featured in the shop windows.
As soon as a passer-by stands on a marked point, the complex arrangement of lamps and light unravels for the viewer and an interactive ticker becomes legible. Via QR code and smartphone, own messages and crazy light effects can be controlled in the shop window.
WE. LOVE. LINZ.
City of Linz
Photos & Video:
Dialogue is an experimental art project where we explore the creative potential of computational communication. We set a simulation with two interacting cellular automata systems driven by neural networks to explore visual spaces their dialogue will lead them. The simulation was presented in real time on two pillar displays at the lighting and media art festival Glow in Shenzhen, China, at the end of 2020.
Remember that scene in Out Of Africa when Robert Redford teaches Meryl Streep how to drive?
Yeah, me neither.
First vvvv Gamma sound reactive piece. Models imported using Stride Gaming engine, made Liberal use of the VL Kairos timeliner.
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CONTENT WARNING: FLASHY PURPLE LIGHTS
More multi-channel sound reactive VVVV beta randomness...not on Gamma just yet.
Sometimes things remind you of other things...both in your music, and in the news...
Also on Audius:
Klangwellen ist ein Projekt aus dem Elective Generative Gestaltung. Durch unseren Mentor Johannes Lemke haben wir es geschafft, Musik in der visuellen Programmierungsumgebung VVVV als eine Unterwasserwelt zu visualisieren. In diesem Video erklären wir den Entwicklungsprozess und geben eine kleine Kostprobe.
3. Semester, WS2020
Elisabeth Ermisch und Florian Grünewald
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