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Interactive light installation at the new car park on the south side of the main station. Visitors compete on two spinning bikes. The spinning of the wheels is transmitted to over 100 moving heads via vvvv, which calculates the angles and color settings continuously in real time. Those moving lights project the game world from the rear to the wireframe of the car park facade.
Sebastian Oschatz , Johannes Lemke,Theron Burger, Aeneas Stankowski, David Ritterhaus, Alexander Graf, Sebastian Quader, Sebastian Kujas, Philipp Lorenz, K.P.Texter, Constantin Urban, Pia Scharf, Georg Kast
Simon Emge, Till Schneider
CA Immo Deutschland:
Markus Diekow, Christoph Jakoby, Melanie Ploch
(c) 2016 MESO Digital Interiors GmbH
Client: TyC Sports
Idea, Direction & Realization: Pablo Agromayor
Production Manager: Lorena Figueroa
3D: Damian Stricker
Design: Damian Stricker, Marcelo "Chino" Hsu
Animation: Damian Stricker, Marcelo "Chino" Hsu, Soledad Basigalup, Pablo Agromayor.
Head of Electronic Art Center and Promotions - TyC Sports: Gonzalo Gómez
Supervisor Electronic Art Center - TyC Sports: Javier Gori
musica di Lexithimie
audio-visual installation, 2016 ( projectors, 2ch sound system, loop 3’80’’ )
Un prelievo visivo tra infiniti prelievi possibili, dove una porzione di mondo scelta dalla
nostra sensibilità e astratta dal suo contesto, acquista nuovi valori; qui la temporalità,
sfaccettata in tre diversi momenti – tre diversi prelievi con un loro particolare spazio-tempo
– si condensa in una manciata di minuti da esperire in un unico istante.
La contemporaneità di tre diverse situazioni equivale alla sospensione del tempo.( M.Lolli )
instrumentarium for audiovisual performance
the hardware/software toolkit is part of the SOMAPHONY interactive A/V performance
commissioned by Intel®
filmed at ToStick Gallery, Vienna
(cc) Somaphonics 2015/2016
For the recently re-opened Danish Royal Jelling National Museum www.m-box.de realised a projection mapping installation for the institution’s mythology room (assignment and creative lead: Art+Com studios).
Across several levels, outsized roots of the Yggdrasil tree – a legend in Nordic lore – served as projection surfaces for images, text and animations that bring the Viking mythology to live. Here, twelve essential tales from the realms of cosmology, magical items, crossing realms and Ragnarok are staged across three trees using a combination of illustrative character animations and abstract motion design. Switches between themes and areas are underscored by atmospheric colour changes of backlit rear panels spread across the entire room.
m box fleshed out the Art+Com storylines and brought them to life with details, designs and animations. In addition, m box brought in the m-wall media server to handle programming, feeds and on-site mapping adaptations.
Auftraggeber: ART+COM Studios / Vejle Kommune
Agentur: ART+COM Studios
Team: H. Breineder, J. Holzer, D. Huber, M. Retschitzegger, M. Schobel,
Format: 15 Minuten – Projectionmapping 3 × 1920×1200 Pixel
Sounddesign: picaroMEDIA / Peter Weinsheimer
Aufgabe: Design, Animation, Post Produktion, Programmierung, Technische Realisation vor Ort
This project is created by Waltz Binaire.
more information: waltzbinaire.com
Artistic Direction: Christian Mio Loclair
Technical Research: Jeremias Volker
Music: kling klang klong
Kamera: Julian Voltmann
Photo: Felix Albertin
Commisioned by: Identitätsstiftung
OpenFrameworks 0.9 http://openframeworks.cc/
ofxXimea (Nathan Wade) https://github.com/nwadedx/ofxXimea
ofxBlur (Kyle McDonald) https://github.com/kylemcdonald/ofxBlur
ofxSpout (Elliot Woods) https://github.com/elliotwoods/ofxSpout
dx11 (Mr. VUX) https://vvvv.org/users/vux
Evvvvil Tweet Engine (evvvvil) https://vvvv.org/contribution/evvvvil-tweet-engine
soap and milk is an interactive experience of data, allowing the observer to perceive social media as an overwhelming and organic figment. Each microscopic droplet represents a tweet that refers to the installation. Once an entity gets spawned – the viewer is invited to physically interact and explore its behaviour, till they vanish into a vivid setting.
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