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Generative audio visualization by Patric Schmidt and Benedikt Groß (aka MrBenefit)?
Documentation and video can be viewed here: Link
Oberlicht by Klaus Wäldele (diploma @ hfg_of_main)
vvvvwork by Tobias Teickner
Der Wirklichkeitsschaum im Städtischen Museum in Mannheim.
milo (ingolf heinsch) did the animation & production of the light & video installation "das apokalyptische weib" by light artist michael pendry. shown @ the jesuiten church "st. michael", munich, october 2006.
Commissioned by Atelier Markgraph, meso implemented 4 fine trade fair exhibits
for the Mercedes Benz E-Class and S-Class presentation: Project Page
imagine being deep down at the bottom of the ocean, it's dark and quiet and you slightly loose orientation. weird creatures appear out of the vast space .. while you keep on exploring this alien surrounding.
the react group of the Muthesius Kunsthochschule was asked to design an exhibition for the IFM Geomar Marine Science Institute based in Kiel. Putting the emphasis on creating a certain mood rather than bombarding people with information, worked quite well. we made everything, from interior design, print media, interactive installations to the first facade projection in Kiel.
The exhibition was open during the 'Tag der deutschen Einheit' festivity and we counted about 4800 people visiting our exhibition. ...more..
ndsvisuals (working title ...) is a system designed to loosen VJs from their stationary input devices, by equipping them with a wireless remote control - more precisely: a nintendoDS gaming console. by using all the features the nintendoDS provides (such as two screens, a touchscreen, wirless networking, ...) it enables VJs to control their visual performance from wherever they have a WLAN-connection to their notebook.
more info: http://www.zive.at/ndsvisuals/ (video inside)
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.
For other great projects by Jannis Kreft please visit:
Jannis Urle Kilian Kreft designs computational soundresponsive visuals for the EnBW showroom Berlin. The visuals are playing on LED's embedded in a Corian wall.
For other great projects by Jannis Kreft please visit www.DeinLieblingsgestalter.de
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
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