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A game for four players: input from five radio stations is analyzed, cut up into abstract fragments and thrown onto the desk. By using the mouse and headphones, the players can listen to the fragments, combine them and create abstract sound scapes. Made with vvvv21, a very early version.

more info athttp://www.involving-systems.com/hrr.html

max, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

A high-resolution, full-motion multimedia installation showcasing the "Design Leitbilder" of the Volkswagen Group's eight brands: Audi, Bentley, Bugatti, Lamborghini, Rolls-Royce, Seat, Skoda, and Volkswagen. Running on a computer array of five standard PCs, four of which generate a seamless daylight projection nearly 6 metres wide, this interactive installation allows the visitors of Volkswagen's new Berlin headquarters to experience moving photographic collages at the touch of a screen.

realized with a very early (non public) version of vvvv.

max, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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~3d ago

joreg: reminder: 12th #vvvv online meetup tonight, 8pm CET: 12.-worldwide-vvvv-meetup

~22d ago

domj: https://youtu.be/omqlZepW69g sonic pi live @ tami

~28d ago

benju: Job: Lehrkraft mit Kentnissen in Python, Machine Learning und Grundlagen der Informationstechnologie gesucht: https://bit.ly/2TtgOoJ

~28d ago

david: reminder: starting at 2pm CET today: online-workshop-shiny-generative-graphics-with-vvvv

~30d ago

readme: Let's appreciate the most important feature being the flat UI redesign. Even though blueprints still remain ugly ...