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credits Project by onformative. Production: Julia Laub, Creative Direction: Cedric Kiefer, Art Direction: Moco Ziegler, Technical Direction & Code: Moco Ziegler, Code: João Fonseca, Aristides Garcia, Max Mittermeier, Commissioned by: VOK DAMS, Architecture & Interior: Universal Design Studio / MAP Project Office, Technical Setup: Archimedes Exhibitions, Built with vvvv
»FLUX« is a data-driven art installation visualizing the different facets of the Internet of Things and cognitive technologies. Through four unique visual modes, the sculpture cycles through mesmerizing imagery created through streams of living data. Intelligently engaging with its viewers, the piece is a focal point of the IBM Watson Headquarters, Germany.
previously on vvvv: vvvvhat happened in December 2018
here we go,
we're still on track regarding our roadmap and here is a little status report:
none of these are in alphas yet, but if things go well, they should land soon.
while you're waiting and haven't yet, please fill out the 2019 Survvvvey!
released as work in progress:
and three more:
that was it for january. anything to add? please do so in the comments!
credits music::lars leonhard - deep breath, crunch - grama & toe tac t.c. thanks sebl for shadertoys_05. his translation of the mandelbulb node let me research myself on shadertoy.com. I'm not the fittest programmer because I started late (in my adolescence computers were as big as living room cabinets and came from IBM). yes, code understood. it was more difficult to find parameters that are not iterated and to which audio can be added / multiplied without making them misshapen lumps. at first there were spastic twitches with every heavy drum beat. I could fix that. work continues
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