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As part of the Catch the Light program accompanying the olympic games in Athens in August 2004 we've been invited to realize one of the 9 installations that have been setup throughout the city.
The fassade of a building is illuminated by a virtual lightsource that can be played with like a ball thus creating different lighting for the fassade every moment.
some more images and a video are available here.
The talkingchair is an experimental revision of the fabulous design classic Tom Rock (Tom Vac) that was originally designed by Ron Arad in 1999.
Using some electronics a vivid, interactive personality is added to the originally quiet chair. The object gains an augmented, digitally generated character.
more info is here.
By leaving behind the restrictions of analogue media and by embracing the possibilities new media has to offer, I'm trying to instruct the computer to compute my designs for me. Dictate the rules and leave the work to the machine.
Under this premisis stood the creation of this showreel. It combines works made in 2004 and made the 4th place of the Motorola Live Visuals Award (www.livevisualsaward.com).
>this project still lacks a description. but maybe it doesn't need many words.
just watch the video
the second edition of the stopspot festival for electronic music took place in the groundfloor rooms of the ok-centrum in linz.
windows where projected upon from the outside with a seamless image created by a vvvv boygroup. providing an abstract virtual panorama view for the festival visitors. hard to photograph since the images where always in motion.
very thankyou for your support michael.
more photos of the evening.
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