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jannis - vvvv Lowrider

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<td height="0" width="200">The Mayhem Moto Club Berlin West e.V. proudly presents:<br><br> The '65 Chevvvvy Lowrider, as seen in the MMC custom visual set for Transformer di Roboter and Mo´Narch (2 awesome music acts from Germany). This great car is fully interactive and can be controlled with a nice and handy gamepad. It will be shown on tour with these acts throughout the summer of '05.</td><td height="0" width="20"></td>
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More stuff for you to check out at the
Jannis Urle Kilian Kreft userpage.<br><br>

The REALLY GREAT stuff you find at:http://weblogs.digital.udk-berlin.de/jannis/

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In this little stage design scribble I extend my concept of just controlling the Lowrider with a gamepad. The car is now directly connected to the artists` movement on stage. This is done by motion tracking or the use of some sensors.<br><br>

I also consider it a great part in every show when the crowd is responsible for letting that thing bounce. When the audience puts
their arms up and wave them from left to right so does the Chevvvvy.

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