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meso-JBS/UBS Photo Field

The UBS PHOTO FIELD consists of 32 little TFT monitors – driven by 4 Windows computers running VVVV – and a Bar Code reader. Users can register on the system's web site and upload their favorite photos, or create collections of photos from their colleagues. With a 2D bar code printed from the web site, they enter the installation to be presented with the photos from their own collection. - and those of their co-workers.

Planned and implemented for Jason Bruges Studios. London, commisioned by UBS.

Closely implementing a concept by JBS, this was a joint project for both the digital interiors and the web solutions department here at meso. While the web interface was crafted from meso's own CMS system aspect:ratio, the local setup relied entirely on - you guessed it - vvvv.

Using state-of-the-art computer technology (as always), each computer is capable of feeding 8 XGA outputs to the momitors easily. And with quite decent performance, as well. VVVV facilitated a very cost-effective solution with its excellent multi-monitor support.

all images © by Jason Bruges Studio Ltd.

Meso team: Max Wolf, Mathias Wollin, Sebastian Oschatz, Thomas Hitthaler, Tobias Still, Ingolf Heinsch.

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~22h ago

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~2d ago

mrboni: @ joreg - i sent you a patch

~2d ago

dottore: reg video signal extension: I made a post collecting all your inputs https://goo.gl/auJGWn cheers

~2d ago

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~2d ago

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~2d ago

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~3d ago

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~3d ago

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