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Audiovisual , Laser + video mapping

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Binder-a, Tuesday, Jan 21st 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Realtime Music Visualisation, made in vvvv
Music: Pan Sonic - 4'41"

Juan Hurle, Wednesday, Jan 1st 2020 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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vvvv real-time robot manipulation

Di Ma, Tuesday, Dec 24th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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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.

The idea and name for the installation is based on the Empyrean, an ancient cosmological image of a higher heaven filled with light and flames. This is a place occupied by celestial bodies consisting of pure light that exist in constant motion while simultaneously being at eternal rest. The installation uses 216 moving luminaries to depict this abstract cosmological world, descending down to the earthly world – in this case the dance floor – from which we can observe the heavenly harmony above.

Credits
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)

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www.volna-media.com/projects/empyrean

VOLNA, Tuesday, Dec 24th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Documentation video of Fantasie#2, performed @Radialsystem Berlin by Maria Reich and Franziska Aller

Fantasie#2 is an audiovisual performance for objects burning in earth's atmosphere, artificial intelligence and human musicians

With the help of an antenna facing south-west, the artists receive the signal from a French military radar system called GRAVES. This transmits radio waves from the ground to space; high atmospheric layers reflect them back to earth. This reflection registers each object as it enters the Earth's atmosphere.

Two musicians perform these data in real time. The noise of the sky is translated to the range of the respective instrument. Atonal soft noises sound unanimously as long as no meteor, satellite particles, unknown flying object or other artifacts disturb the silence of an unharmed atmosphere. However, the impacts of the incandescent objects in the Earth's atmosphere are set to music by both performers together. While one instrument receives the raw signals as notation, the notes of the second instrument are algorithmically alienated: an artificial intelligence searches the raw data for the tiniest possibilities of music, taking these unknown, non-worldly sounds as an occasion to dream of familiar melodies.

In a kind of musical relay, the piece is ideally performed over several hours, taking into account the timeless character of the meteorites, the universe and its potential inhabitants.

In collaboration with Christian Losert.

Special thanks to Ensemble Resonanz.
All pictures and video from performance @Radialsystem Berlin.
Performing musicians: Maria Reich (violin), Franziska Aller (contrabass), Cansu Tanrikulu (voice), James Banner (contrabass), 

Created as part of the fellowship program #bebeethoven, a project by PODIUM Esslingen on the occasion of the Beethoven Anniversary 2020, funded by Kulturstiftung des Bundes.

Quadrature, Monday, Dec 9th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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The series is based on an extensive database of pulsars and neutron stars from the Australian National Telescope Facility. Exploring the rhythms and wavelengths of these rotating sources of radio emission for aesthetic patterns and harmonies, the extremely fast pulses and strong gamma rays of these exotic celestial bodies are transformed into clicks, sine waves and light. The minimalistic multi-channel piece stringently follows the specifications of the currently known 2659 pulsars. When discovered in 1967, the precision and apparent artificiality of the received signal led the researchers to nickname the unknown phenomenon LGM-1, for “little green men”. Over three movements, Quadrature’s interpretation builds an increasingly dense space of sound and light in honor of these metronomes of the universe.
Duration approx. 20 minutes.
Size and Setup variable.

In collaboration with soundartist Kerim Karaoglu.

LGM#2 was created as part of the #bebeethoven fellowship program, a project by PODIUM Esslingen on the occasion of the Beethoven anniversary 2020, funded by the German Federal Cultural Foundation.

Created with the use of ATNF Pulsar Catalogue (www.atnf.csiro.au), Manchester, R. N., Hobbs, G.B., Teoh, A. & Hobbs, M., AJ, 129, 1993-2006 (2005)

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credits 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.

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iam404, Sunday, Dec 8th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

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In this video we are exploring machine learning algorithms that allowed us to narrate WDCH Dreams.

Refik Anadol, Saturday, Dec 7th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Together with Atelier Markgraph we created an AR exhibit on connected and electric mobility.
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Client: Daimler AG
Lead agency, contractor: Atelier Markgraph
Team: Dennis Boleslawski, David Brüll, Alex Henker, Eno Henze, Christian Tielmann, Nils Weger

http://nsynk.de
© 2018 - NSYNK Gesellschaft für Kunst und Technik mbH

nsynk, Saturday, Dec 7th 2019 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Shoutbox

~5d ago

blausand: Ill be in #Warszawa next weekend. Any #vvvv people around to meet?

~6d ago

sebescudie: Last call, c'est ce soir : webinaire en français pour débutants sur #vvvv gamma! https://thenodeinstitute.org/event/introduction-au-creative-coding-avec-vvvv-gamma-francais/

~7d ago

domj: Ultra high definition volumetric visualization using GPUDirect storage https://youtu.be/GAZP1NcdWMo

~10d ago

CeeYaa: thx for V4-Meetup - some days ago 40th_RetuneStudioVisit from old friends RefikAnadol and Quadrature https://vimeo.com/429510091

~12d ago

david: 4. worldwide vvvv meetup will be here...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=i0zd68tDUVE

~15d ago

mediadog: @metrowave Magnetic repulsion has always been pure magic to me, proof we only sense a small part of the universe - thanks!

~17d ago

guest: @graphicuserinterface cool project!combined with osc learn & setio plugin (exposed iobox) achieving some fake OscQuery setup

~17d ago

joreg: Letzter Aufruf für das heutige Webinar: creativecoding mit der visuellen Programmiersprache #vvvv gamma https://thenodeinstitute.org/event/einfuhrung-in-creative-coding-mit-vvvv-gamma/