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With kinetic media elements for autonomous car concept

The “XiM17” showcase by Yanfeng Automotive Interiors helps answer the question, “What will people do in their cars once they don’t need to steer them anymore?” It presents several modes for varying situations and passenger counts. Our distributed motion and media control system provides unprecedented flexibility for the design of these scenes.

https://meso.design/en/projects/yanfeng-kinetic-seat-and-media-elements-for-autonomous-car-concept

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With high-resolution photographs, database, tables, and quadrocopter simulation

Modesty and trust gets more important. We worked with Senckenberg Natural History Museum to enhance their exhibition “Fascination Variety” and its focal point, a gigantic wall display cabinet presenting 1,138 geological and biological objects. In close cooperation with the curator, we focused on developing a streamlined content management system to manage a wealth of extensive information and high-resolution photographs that were featured in three interactive media stations. While a clean and modest design was key for the information stations, we created an exciting educational game for younger age-groups.

https://meso.design/en/projects/senckenberg-naturkundemuseum-frankfurt-modest-multi-narrative-media-stations-for-natural-history-museum

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With ultra-high-resolution photographic animations

For the exhibition “Cranach in Weimar” at Schiller Museum, we produced a digitally-edited replica of the Cranach Altarpiece. A digital image of the altarpiece was presented on an ultra-high resolution screen, inviting visitors to explore the work of art in unprecedented richness of detail. A control panel displayed background information on details selected in the image.

https://meso.design/en/projects/klassik-stiftung-weimar-hyperrealistic-face-to-face-experience-for-cultural-history-exhibition

ggml, Tuesday, Mar 27th 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 2 comments  

Design & Programming: Responsive Spaces
Concept: Heidlmeir Kommunikation
Client: Delacon
Video: Eyup Kus

zepi, Thursday, Mar 22nd 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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Small remix on 'Visitors' by Godfrey Reggio
Based on experiments with face tracking
Soundtrack: Mechatok

eps, Tuesday, Feb 20th 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Audio-visual live performance where endless visuals and music both follow the theme of recursive infinity: a never-ending fractal train journey through procedural abstract worlds, cities and space.
Sound and procedural 3d graphics are further connected by real-time audio-visual synchronisation and, although interminable, the show features 15 scenes and loops at 60 minutes. This is a teaser of the first 5 scenes.

Visuals made by evvvvil (DESiRE demoscene group & DVA coder group) in HLSL shader code, rendered in real-time in vvvv toolkit using own procedural raymarching library "Izpi Ibiltzen", controlled live with LaunchCONTROL XL controller. NO 3D MODELS, NO POST-PRODUCTION.

Music by Oddjohn, played live using Ableton, Push, DSI prophet 08, Elektron RYTM, TR8, Moog Minitaur.

Special thankx to: DESiRE demo group, MERCURY demo group, Inigo Quilez, Kali, UNC, Virgill from Alcatraz, David D. Morasz and the DVA coder group.

evvvvil, Wednesday, Feb 7th 2018 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits Concept, production and video: VOLNA
Electronics assembly support: Nikita Savinyh
Camera: Polina Korotaeva, VOLNA
Photo: Valeriy Smirnov
Music (documentation): Lawrence English – “Watching It Unfold” from the album “A Colour For Autumn”
Project commissioned by Goethe-Institut
© VOLNA (2017), Lawrence English (2009)

Schwarzwald is a light installation that was made as a part of the ПУСТ* project. The project reflects on events that took place on December 7–8, 1991, during which time the presidents of Russia, Ukraine and Belarus signed the Belavezha Accords, officially dissolving the Soviet Union.

The installation emphasizes the contrast between darkness and brightness, referring to the names of the last two primeval lowland forests in Europe – Schwarzwald (schwarz means black in German) and Belavezhskaya Puscha (Belavezha means white tower in Belarusian). It was inspired by the light that, typically shimmers in the forest: Its glare takes on bizarre forms due to the rays that make their way through the leaves and branches, creating the sense of moving shadows and phantoms of forest creatures.

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iam404, Wednesday, Dec 6th 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits Patxi Araujo

The Trained Particles Circus is a research on aesthetic drifts and links between different realities coming from the image, sound and movement of a software entity whose existence occurs in an improbable circus territory. From its objectivity and its audiovisual narrative, it aims to be the catalyst for a reflection that poetically intertwines facts, speculations and materials from the scientific vanguard of the early twentieth century with discourses of artistic creation of the image and synthetic sounds, the creation of interfaces, the spectacle, the artificial life and the experimental video.

The Trained Particles Circus
Patxi7, Sunday, Dec 3rd 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits Chris Plant (catweasel) , Tonfilm for VAudio.

https://vimeo.com/243221843

Harmonic Portal is a new work commissioned for Lumiere Festival Durham, 2017 http://www.lumiere-festival.com/durham-2017/
There are 5 pieces arranged around the walls of St Godrics Church, Castle Chare, Durham, each is a portal into the surface of the wall, the light amplifies surface details due to the angle of incidence and feels like a magnifying glass (or even an electron microscope at times.).
They question how we perceive colour, the inside and outside contrast and harmonise as time progresses, while this is mirrored by the sound track which reflects the colours, the frequencies of red, green and blue light have been dropped by 42 octaves and vary in proportion to those colours of light.
It is partially contemplating how our brains create colour from 3 frequencies, but also how limited a bandwidth that actually is, the fundamental notes are a flattened Ab, A and B.
http://www.colour-burst.com/2017/11/harmonic-portal-lumiere-festival-durham-uk/

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catweasel, Wednesday, Nov 22nd 2017 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

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evvvvil: Lowlands Juggernauts - Result of yesterday's live coding improv on Twitch, made with 88 lines of shader code. https://www.shadertoy.com/view/ttsfD8

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joreg: vvvv meetup live now: https://youtu.be/EiHW0X6zjKE NODE20

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david: NODE20 is online http://20.nodeforum.org First infos on how this all works this year...

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domj: Relaxing saturday blend. 1 part soundcloud, 1 part spotify, 1 part bitwig. https://www.twitch.tv/dominikjancik