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The STOP SHOW by Dirk Fleischmann is a game show, which is directed at a large audience. The game is easily comprehended. The player attempts to stop a certain time period (e.g. 10:00 seconds) as precisely as possible with a regular stop watch, without seeing the display.
meso developed a gameshow-software with different states including live feeding highscore, webinterface and terminals/buttons.
SonicViz is researching and developing unique realtime audiovisual instruments, using a variety of technologies and interfaces. Recently relocated to Tokyo. Two shots of a recent short performance piece called Kokoro (Heart) jamming with V4 controlled by a P5 Gestural controller/biofeedback and realtime audio synthesis driven by heart rate analysis from a biofeedback controller - live at the Pink Cow, Shibuya-Ku, Tokyo.
Thanks to V4 team for a cool tool, Sebastion Gregor for an inspirational wave patch (heavily modified since) and Kelly of Artsybugs (3rd from right in 1st shot) for the gig help.
For this two-day event promoting the new products and business strategies of the Konica-Minolta brand, event organizers VION and their A/V partner SATIS & FY were looking to create a spectacular and very networked interactive lighting system spanning the width of the very large venue. A piece of cake for vvvv.
|"nomadix" is a project by students of HyperWerk at the University of Applied Sciences in Basel. It shows how progressive education is becoming a creative reality in the Swiss information society.
The Government of Tunisia, the host country of the second phase of WSIS, has kindly invited Switzerland to present itself as host country of the first phase in a honorary pavilion at the WSIS 2005 in Tunis. Switzerland's contribution to discussion about information society is "nomadix".
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It was the purpose of my thesis to develop a method that allows vvvv to export the generated graphics without any restriction of the image size. When only resolution independent vector objects are used to generate images, there are no quality losses when enlarging. This fact is the key element needed to export very large images with vvvv. Due to hard- and software restrictions it is inevitable to split a file into multiple parts prior to exporting it. How this can be done and the resulting vvvv-patch are discussed in detail.
Open Visuals was an installation at the long night of the museums in cologne at the international school of design (K.I.S.D.).
the concept was to give the visitors the feeling of a vj. everybody had the possibility to change the parameters of a vj tool with a behringer midi interface. of course, developed in vvvv especially for this evening.
The Football Globe Germany, a project by 3deluxe and Andre Heller with all the software created in VVVV by meso and fellow user Kalle, has opened on its first location, Tokyo. Next stops will be Istanbul, Milan, Paris and Berlin.
the picture shows the interior of the light sculpture. the structure was developed by kalle? and made out of 510 cold cathode fluorescent lamps. All lamps are controlled via vvvv. more info :kalle-Football Globe Germany?
The Museumsuferfest in Frankfurt, Germany is the city's largest annual festival. Taking place on the bank of the river Main every August in celebration of Goethe's birthday, the MUF attracts a rumored three million visitors over a weekend.
Highlight of the MUF 2005 was the KUNST/RAD, a thematic projection on a 40-meter ferris wheel. vvvv conducted 45000 ANSI Lumens and generated images for a rotating projection screen.
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