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Jannis Urle Kilian Kreft designs a computational realtime visualization for a live performance of the "Berliner Cellharmoniker" at the EnBW showroom Berlin.
4 radio controlled sound pick-up systems are mounted on the instruments to get a live music input. Jannis designs 4 soundresponsive streams of shapes, one for each musician, building the vizualisation. The visuals are playing on LED's embedded in a Corian wall.
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Jannis Urle Kilian Kreft designs computational body projections and soundresponsive, interactive realtime visuals for Hip Hop artists Monarch & Thec. The show entitled "Generative Audiovisual Systems" was performed in 2005 at the University of the Arts Berlin and the "Spit on Stage" Hip Hop Jam.
"Generative Audiovisual Systems" is also Jannis Kreft's Diploma thesis at the University of the Arts Berlin.
Kreft developed his own technology for realizing realtime body projections. He designed a computational realtime visual set that is not only visually stunning but also conceptually tailored to each song performed by the artists.
Kreft graduated Magna Cum Laude from the UdK Berlin.
To see the video of the show and the complete documentation of the work please visit: www.DeinLieblingsgestalter.de
Interactive lighting installation at 100%Design in London. "The work challenges the concept of infinity and illusion, creating volumes of light in virtual space".
Sandwiched between two layers of 'spy mirror', 80 CCFL tubes are controlled by DMX -- via the one and only VVVV! A single panoramic Sony video camera captures the movement of people in front of the 8m wall. There movement is mirrored as smooth moving ripples of white light.
Close-up detail of wall.
More information on www.jasonbruges.com
The Memory Room Billard? works by layers of analogies: Some of the balls represent objects in virtual space, some are modifiers for filters, others trigger special effects. Once you know the rules, you can actually deliver quite well-controlled video compositions. However, it doesn't hurt if you don't care.
Another fine meso project.
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