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This is a project of the master program digital healthcare of FH St. Pölten (Austria). This prototype simulates an x-ray tube, which is controlled by gestures. This is supposed to be an approach to reduce germ transmission as well as to increase ergonomics for radiographers. For the development, Leap Motion was used for hand tracking, VVVV for processing and Arduino for mechatronics.
The first solo exhibition by VOLNA, presenting a reconstruction of the art collective's major works from 2016 – present in a virtual space. The exhibition spaces and installations were created using video game development tools (Unreal Engine) that simulate real-time scenes and lighting effects. VVVV was used to reproduce the real-life behaviour of the installations (as they were mainly controlled via VVVV in the reality). Exhibition visitors are invited to immerse themselves in the surroundings of each installation and can move freely in the room and choose any observation point.
Time always concerned even gods, the perfect beings. Aphrodite (or Venus) is an ultimate symbol of beauty and youth that shall be destroyed in order to be preserved only as a memory.
video edit of the single IRINA from the debut LP of the same title by METAMAN.
Out now on vinyl by WON TON records!
Digital distribution Just Gazing records
“Irina” was entirely made in vvvv (the multipurpose toolkit) in addition FieldTrip, InstanceNoodles (both contributions from Kyle McLean (aka everyoneishappy ) and some other custom tools, made in C# and HLSL, were used during the creation process.
The content itself is a result of an audioreactive experiment, where sound frequencies, a beat and some MIDI instructions contribute equally to the final result. Parameterization succeeds timelines and 3d -polished - graphics are being replaced by a thick grainy fog with a “raymarched” head which is constantly evolves and mutates proceduraly to noisy and abstract shapes.
The entire project is part of a purpose made and designed tool capable to support METAMAn on their live shows as a real-time content generator, therefore this version of the video is just one yield or a variation of a bigger abstract-visual dynamo.
2020 WON TON ©
CristiCons set for ResoluteNyc remote showcase
full stream at https://www.facebook.com/ReSoluteEventsNYC/videos/698614180908249/
credits autechre - bronchus24
my visuals are algorithmic compositions. I compose visual music with parameter morphings. shapes and process. many parameters at the same time, from which I expect different effects. from experience or as a new idea. some of these work in opposite directions and together create unexpected reactions. I can deal with these spontaneously and immediately with many midi controllers and pc keys that control the basic parameters. Five different visuals can easily be created in a few days and nights in a row. on a piece of music very different versions, of which I see: I don't have it yet. pointless to include the sixth version. at intervals, sometimes weeks later, I work on it again. and sometimes I see: that's it !! (music has many aspects: shape, energy, mood, tempo .. I try to visualize at least some of them at the same time)
credits Roberto Vitalini (@Bashiba) .:. Sebastiano Barbieri (@Noir) .:. www.bashiba.com
BASHIBA Zaryadye https://vimeo.com/bashiba/organ
Inauguration of Zaryadye’s Concert Organ | 24 hours live concert
Zaryadye Concert Hall | Moscow | 29.02.2020
"The light will come to life, it will breathe and dance to the sounds produced by the organist, who will be center stage”
Daniele Finzi Pasca
Video memory by Roberto Vitalini, bashiba.com
I was part of the creative team and was present during the 24 hours. The concert offered many memorable moments, this is a mini memory, mainly for the purpose of remembering the work we have done and the fantastic skills of the organists (the sound is simply recorded with the built-in camera microphone, this is not a professional recording).
Organists in order of appearance: Winfried Boenig, Hiroko Inoue, Olivier Latry
24 Organists | 24 hours live concert | 10'000 spectators |
Sound-reactive lighting and generative video content by BASHIBA (Roberto Vitalini and Sebastiano Barbieri) for Compagnia Finzi Pasca.
credits Dresden Xperience Schlösserland Sachsen,tamschickmediaspace,colorsound,vux,ndrv,usomo,matecdresden ,tempestenclosures
Staatliche Schlösser, Burgen und Gärten Sachsen gGmbH
Dr. Dirk Welich
TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH
Media-Based Scenography: Creative Direction, Creative Producing, Conception, Development of Script, Audio Drama and Music, Media Design, Media Production, Media Technology, Light Design, Fittings
Tobias Ziegler, Hanna Stoff
Ekaterina Petrova (Assistance)
Charlotte Tamschick, Jan Köpper, Elisa Broß, Camila Bernal Samper
Gaël Perrin, Mattis Gutsche
Abraham Manzanares, Julien Vullet , André Viergutz
Planungsbüro Seeger, Dipl.-Ing. Björn Seeger
SchillerWendt GbR, Christian Schiller and Marianne Wendt with TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH
Not A Machine GbR with TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH
usomo by FRAMED immersive projects GmbH & Co. KG
lichttransfer, Katrin Söncksen with TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH
Design: Karin Knott
Realization: Stahlbau Altdöbern GmbH
Archimedes Exhibitions GmbH
Concept and production: VOLNA, 2A Production
Video and photo: VOLNA
Lighting operator: Mark Zaicev
Music: Ultra Milkmaids - injection
Project commissioned by Roots United
© VOLNA (2019) © Ultra Milkmaids (2010)
The large-scale kinetic light installation “Empyrean” was created as a stage design for the event 59 ° 57 '/ 30 ° 19' by Roots United, which took place on Oct. 19th, 2019 at the Mutabor club in Moscow.
credits blubb.media GmbH
More Info: https://www.blubbmedia.com/portfolio/literaturmuseum-der-moderne/ (german)
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