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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.

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

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

performance/video where a dancer effects various musical and visual events.

Early on, I had decided I wanted to try to integrate some ideas about mass media, and specifically text and image in a performance piece. I met with a performer and... read on

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

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

essentially it is a training program for you windows and icons. get your download and additional screenshots here

realized with a since disabled feature in vvvv that let you pack patches into the executable.

joreg, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
a video to sourround sound by nt. separate sound tracks analyzed by pd trigger the graphics. the camera motion is the result of a realtime interaction with vvvv via a 6dof tracker.

there are more stills and you can watch the video.

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

Switzerland's Three-Lakes-Region is host to the extremely rare "Landiausstellung", or national exposition. In Meso's largest project to-date, they helped 3deluxe architects build a fountain of virtual water - consisting of 18 projections controlled by 23 synchronized computers, responding to voice, movements in space, internet activity, and even the weather. Complete with internet-based creature development tool.

Find out more on Cyberhelvetia.ch or watch a video.

max, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
An intuitive VJ tool that creates club-quality visuals in real-time, developed for the Robert Johnson club in Offenbach. It features two customized touch screen monitors to record the VJ's movements. vvvv translates the input data from the monitors and creates the video output.

watch a video here

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

The ReBraun MP3 jukebox is a limited edition redesign of a classic 1962 Hi-Fi system, running on state-of-the-art components in a vintage chassis. It's essentially a laptop computer turned into a luxury music home appliance, completely programmed in vvvv.

Also it's an hommage to (or persiflage of, whichever you prefer) a milestone of german post-war design. Find out more on the bootleg objects web site.

max, Thursday, Oct 27th 2005 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  
"Roemer-Nordseite" was conceived as an "interface": environmental sounds trigger light changes on the facade of city-hall Frankfurt/Main. A light-system consisting of 16 elements was fixed to a section of window-crossings. Each element contained, according to its position, 2, 3, or 4 spotlights, which could be independently dimmed and/or lit. The sounds picked up by a microphone on the facade were realtime analysed and translated into subtle light-movements which changed with the attack and duration of the respective sonic event.

other projects by achim wollscheid

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

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Shoutbox

~11h ago

vasilis: Hi @Joreg..I'm interested in "Getting started with vvvv gamma"

~22h ago

joreg: @vasilis we'll add more. which one are you interested in?

~23h ago

vasilis: missed my chance again...sold out!!!

~2d ago

Takuma: @joreg thanks for sharing!!

~3d ago

~4d ago

joreg: Everyone go checkout this growing list of #vvvv beta tutorials by Takuma Nakata: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLK3HDkvkLePS9UKCVw1o_eb09Ocws6Wcr Thanks for those!

~5d ago

evvvvil: "Energy Confinement": Result of Tuesday's improvised live coding session on Twitch. https://www.shadertoy.com/view/WslyDl

~5d ago

m9dfukc: @siyah Yes! macOs support ... more like a distant dream but hey ;)

~6d ago

siyah: such a great news @devvvvs ps.I'm dreaming osx version (: