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  My experimental project shows the amount of people injured or killed from road accidents in Thailand by 

extracting real-time data extracted from the Accident Data Center for Road Safety Culture: Thai RSC (www.thairsc.com). The number of burned matches in each line represents the amount of people killed each day.

  using vvvv software
witaya junma, Monday, Jun 13th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits music Arapu, Mantra Collective visual Coté.ggml venue Arthotel promoter S.A.S.H.

Inner Space @ Arthotel Sydney
music Arapu, Mantra Collective
visuals Cote/ggml
promoter S.A.S.H. for #vividsydney

ggml, Sunday, Jun 12th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

credits Mix by MiDeRiC - Visuals by 499reality made with Aurea ( audio reactive 3D content synthesizer)

499reality, Friday, Jun 10th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits maria mitsi

experiments by maria mitsi

An experiment by maria mitsi

Working with image + music + performance
at Film, Music + Media Building, Hertfordshire University

concept/idea, motion graphics, research/investigation: maria mitsi
music: javier aparicio
performance: sarah ward

using vvvv software

maria mitsi 2016

mariemi, Saturday, Jun 4th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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Russia and Germany. From Confrontation to Cooperation

We created the media installation for the exhibition “Russia and Germany. From Confrontation to Cooperation” which was on display in 2015 at Berlin’s Martin-Gropius-Bau and presented by the German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst in cooperation with the State Historical Museum of Moscow.


STIMMEN was a participative installation that gave visitors a voice in the ongoing discussion around German-Russian relationships, both past and present. . It was developed for the exhibition “RUSSIA AND GERMANY. FROM CONFRONTATION TO COOPERATION” at the Martin-Gropius-Bau in Berlin.

In the installation, speech was analyzed and visualized in various information graphics to give visitors an overview of the diversity of opinions in the discussion around German-Russian relations. The spoken words were played back as an atmospheric soundscape, letting visitors engage with the subject and each other on a personal level.

Throughout the course of the exhibition, the visualized content grew into a broad catalog that was filled by the visitors themselves, thereby creating a new platform for discussion and exchange.


Visitors were given a spoken statement or answer to one of five questions about German-Russian relations in politics, sports, art and culture. The speech was then recognized and analyzed by an automated system.

The grammar and semantics of the words were identified by the system, using several analysis tools based on machine learning. The algorithms were customized to recognize special words and phrases relevant to the exhibition, enabling us to visualize the quantity and relationships between relevant politicians, organizations, places. This gave us new insights: Which verbs and adjectives are most commonly used to describe a given topic? Who are the most important actors and which properties are assigned to them? What are the overall tendencies of a certain question?

Additional information was gathered from the internet in real time and integrated into the visualizations to give context to the discussion. For example, all mentioned locations were placed on a map to place the relationships in a global context.


The interface was built as a custom web app powered by modern HTML5 features and the speech recognition was realised using Google’s Web Speech API.

After being collected, the speech data was sent over the network to a VVVV application, which handled the database connection, stored and retrieved the data, and served as the central hub to integrate the different text analysis tools like Text Razor and Tree Tagger. All visualizations were generated in real time with VVVV.


The entrance-installation welcomed visitors in the form of a large wall covered in photographs of iconic moments in German-Russian relations. A projection map highlights each photograph in a logical sequence.

Through this introduction, visitors were given a taste of the visual and audio exhibition that was to follow. The photographs in the entrance hall later became jumping off points for the discussions and topics they would dive into.


Media Concept / Design

Robert Pohle
Sebastian Huber
Johannes Timpernagel
Ann-Katrin Krenz
Michael Burk

Exhibition Design

Graphic Design
Little Adén, Hanna Adén

Light Planning
Michael Flegel


Creative Direction
Johannes Timpernagel

Design + Programming
Ann-Katrin Krenz
Michael Burk

Google Web Speech
Text Razor


Creative Direction / Animation
Robert Pohle

Sebastian Huber

Design of Installation
Ann-Katrin Krenz


Valentin von Lindenau
kling klang klong

Boas Schwarz

Michael Burk

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BUNAI CARUS - Ultra Violet
A/V Live Performance (April 2016)

Directed by Nicolas Millot
Assistant director : Caroline Collinot

Track from INDIGO EP (2014 / Symbioticcube)
Listen/Download EP : bunaicarus.bandcamp.com/album/indigo


Bunai Carus, Monday, May 30th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Species of Fishes

Bessonitsa II :: $!03(!3$!3-III-@

Please view in HD 1080

may 2016

eps, Thursday, May 26th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Species of Fishes

Bessonitsa II :: 731-1!\/10I213!0i2I3$

Please view in HD 1080

may 2016

eps, Thursday, May 26th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

credits Antokhio

rogalag, Wednesday, May 25th 2016 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 1 comments  

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~7h ago

xd_nitro: will do Joreg. @cat - poss but can't move to 50 anyway.

~12h ago

catweasel: zoom-pan-rotate-touchgestures @XD_nitro, could VL do what you need?

~15h ago

joreg: @xd_nitro: from looking at that patch i don't really understand what it is doing: can you start a forumthread and specify your needs?

~17h ago

xd_nitro: oh it's a contribution not forum. doh! multitouch-stack-revived

~17h ago

xd_nitro: hey y'all - anyone up for doing some sponsored work on multitouch-stack-revived?

~1d ago

tonfilm: @all please update your VVVV.OpenVR pack, important bugfix: vvvv.openvr #htc #vive #oculus #rift #vr

~2d ago

~2d ago

id144: @joreg i'm not sure where to start with the requests, everything i know is wrong and yoghurt

~2d ago

joreg: only 5 requests but already 20 proposals for #node17 workshops. keep'em coming: node17-call-for-workshops #vvvv #vl #visualprogramming

~2d ago

joreg: the 2016 numbers are out: vvvv-in-numbers-2016 thanks everyone for contributing #vvvv