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credits dx11, InstancedNoodles, Emeshe, vAudio
Hello ravvvvers, I was asked to do a short video for Repitch recordings label, experimental techno label from Berlin!
I made a longer blog post on medium about my workflow and modules I used, check it out!
We got more feedback on VL since beta35 and we are really really happy about that! It's true. True!
And since you know how much we dig VL, you will believe me, even though i did everything to sound silly. Besides, also some vvvv issues were reported.
While this is not meant to be the biggest release ever, we still took the chance, addressed some of them and dropped the improvements into a maintenance release, just to make sure to get back to a faster release cycle.
Besides all the fixes that actually make you want to use this release, here are some additional small features:
Irritainment feature and puzzle of the day "Partial Type Annotation":
Check out the Change Log below!
Have a lovvvvely day, yours devs
EDIT: this is a hot fix for beta35.1, thanks eps for reporting, sorry for the inconvenience.
EDIT: this replaces the 35.1 release
The Mylar Topology is an audio-visual performance work intended for panoramic projection (3 screen span) and spatial sound. The piece synchronizes binaural drones with generative video simulations of liquid forms (abstracted and distorted)
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The works' liquefied polychromatic psychedelia are minimal subjective interpretations of the reflective properties of Mylar sheets. After I saw Ira Cohen's lysergic film 'Invasion of the Thunderbolt Pagoda' I learned he filmed it by pointing his camera at reflections of distorted Mylar sheets to create visual effects. The Mylar Topology is both a reflection and distortion of a (non visible) luminosity point that exists beyond/outside the screen.
"Don't be shy, girl, step into my pad", in a city made with code and Egyptian love.
The buildings are generated using math equations & rendered in real-time while reacting to an audio track played live.
100% real-time generative 3d graphics, no post-production, broh.
Music: THE EGYPTIAN LOVER - "My house on the Nile" - 1984
Technique: Made in vvvv and HLSL. Audio responsive raymarching distance fields and polygonal particle systems.
Special thankx to: Inigo Quilez, Kyle McLean and UNC.
Zeit/fenster – an interactive Installation
(EN) Inspired by a legend about the Unterberg – which is rumored to have mystical powers, extraordinary time perceptions and even time holes – the interactive installation “Zeitfenster” (time window) enables an encounter with the past. And, at the same time, sends a message to the future. This creates a communication space with a different time. Between several viewers, communication chains can emerge which are passed on by viewers to viewers.
(DE) Inspiriert von einer Legende über den Untersberg – dem mystische Kräfte und außergewöhnliche Zeitwahrnehmungen bis hin zu Zeitlöchern nachgesagt werden – ermöglicht die interaktive Installation „Zeitfenster“ das Zusammentreffen mit der Vergangenheit. Und sendet gleichzeitig eine Nachricht in die Zukunft. So entsteht ein Kommunikationsraum mit einer anderen Zeit. Zwischen mehreren Betrachter können Kommunikationsketten entstehen die von Betrachter zu Betrachter weitergegeben werden.
Concept & Realisation:
starry Background Motion Graphics:
Additional Mountain & Starry Sky Video Footage:
Layback / Mazwai, Christophe Tauziet / Mazwei
Extracted from collage, CC Attribution license 3.0 , https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0
Fobee – Tender Lips
very special thanks to:
Daniel Huber, Jörg Barton, Kerstin Unger, vvvv,
Schmiede Hallein, Rüdiger Wassibauer, Show2Go,
everybody in the video, and all other Smiths …
… but not to the cat
credits tamschick,borismicka,Arriyadh Development Authority,colorsound
High-ranking diplomats from 193 countries experienced a special media highlight during the General Assembly in New York 2016.
A 24 meter long LED wall immersed them in the modern metropolis of Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
As a part of the event „A Day in Riyadh“, TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE developed an interactive LED panorama for Boris Micka Associates. At the busy junction of the building the passing UN diplomats could have a look into the city of Riyadh: A window to another country, unknown traditions, a foreign culture.
Once the passerby approached the wall, people appeared telling their personal stories of their daily lives: Students, entrepreneurs, athletes, journalists, engineers, architects, doctors and professors did shine a light on the many facets of this modern city.
The installation connects the cities of Riyadh and New York with their two cultures and generates attention for the 5-day event, where experts discussed the economic, environmental, urban and social development of the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Arriyadh Development Authority
creative direction, concept, design, script, storyboard, motion design, animation, editing, interactive programming, implementation, project management, greenscreen studio & location shooting
Not a Machine
Boris Micka & Marc Tamschick
Jan Peukert, Uwe Schlottmann
24 meter interactive LED wall
5 x Kinect tracking
6 x Computers boygroup
14-channel audio installation
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