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credits tamschick,vux,aivenhoe,colorsound

Visitors pass different zones while moving through the exhibition.
The Intro shows illustrations of 8 Objects representing the technologies to be discussed in the upcoming „TING“-Debates combined with contradictory quotes reflecting on the relationship between democracy
and technology.

Then a basic wooden block, analog to the digital pixel, becomes a haptic tool for visitors to trigger digital interactions within the exhibition and to cast their votes within the TING.

Moving further a section with iconic objects serves as case study area, that demonstrates that the value and impact of the technologies behind can be interpreted in many positive and negative ways.
There is not one meaning or truth, but many possible uses and impacts.

The centerpiece of the exhibition is the grand amphitheater-like space of the TING

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colorsound, Monday, Jun 16th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits tamschick,vux,colorsound

The completely projected 400 sqm space interactively tells the story of the Kingdom Wu.

Visitors are immersed in a 15-minute story about the rise of the Kingdom of Wu during the Spring and Autumn Period between 514–496 BC. We created a unique visual style as a mix of cinematic martial arts scenes shot in Shanghai combined with paint-style animations.

The completely projected 400 sqm space interactively tells the story of the Kingdom Wu.

Visitors are immersed in a 15-minute story about the rise of the Kingdom of Wu during the Spring and Autumn Period between 514–496 BC. We created a unique visual style as a mix of cinematic martial arts scenes shot in Shanghai combined with paint-style animations.

The linear storytelling is enhanced with interactive elements that reinforce the visitors’ feeling of being transported back in time, away to king HelV’s coming into power, his fight for hegemony, the victory at the battle of Boju and other great legends of that period.

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colorsound, Monday, Jun 16th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 3 comments  

credits Alessandra Giannotta, Caterina Lani, Stefano Mancini, Qin Qi.

Hyperbook is a low cost, interactive media station, inspired by the MIT “NeverEnding Drawing Machine”, that turns a book into a support for different types of content unrelated to its paper nature.

Hyperbook was realized with the multipurpose toolkit vvvv by the students of the “Creative Coding and Video Music Course” of the Academy of Fine Arts, Urbino Italy.

Students: Alessandra Giannotta, Caterina Lani, Stefano Mancini, Qin Qi. Professor: Davide Riboli.

Stormy Weather, Sunday, Jun 8th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits k-sine - Audio nero.txt - Video Luca Moroni

esnho, Saturday, Jun 7th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

credits Geometrica Studio

show

After some months busy, we are proud to show the making of the Fashion Week Parade show For Aristocrazy Jewels in Madrid.
A real challenge in my career , and a big step for Geometrica.
15 minutes of show, handle by VVVV .
All the aspects of the show where controlled by the underestimated and useful timeliner node. Dont ask how i achieved it, just after lots of nights without sleep.
I developed a custom Video to DMX Module to to control Led strips and moving heads, and lots of realtime patches for the LED Screens,all in symphony with a midi timecode.

Hardware used:
2 PC workstations running vvvv (DMX, Motion Graphics and Video)
1 Imac´s (audio control + madmapper).
24 Sharpy moving heads.
100 mt Of white LED strip.
25 mt of RGB LED strip.
5 DMX dimmers 27 channels.
Martin F20 led screen.
PROLED 6 mm led screen.
Chamsys MagicQ Console

Thanks to all the crew for the support , it was an amazing experience,
Enjoy!
Please, use CC subtitles.

geometrica, Friday, May 30th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 2 comments  

credits Music composition: Mária Júdová Tracking system: Andrej Boleslavský ((user:id144)) Camera and editing: Mária Júdová Sound: Petr Zábrodský Thanks to: Institute Of Intermedia

http://mariajudova.nethttp://id144.org

Short music piece composed specifically for AR.Drone 2.0 Parrot Quadricopter. It consists of the sound synthesis generated by Drone’s movement in the space as well as the sound of engines. When the tracker detects the drone flying in defined area it generates data, which is then interpreted using a pre-defined algorithm in an open source visual programming language Pure Data. In this way the Drone shapes and structures musical material and becomes an instrument.

Drone is controlled via FreeFlight application running on iPad. Depth image from Kinect sensor is evaluated by the Kinect Virtual Hitboxes DX11 patch in vvvv which detects the drone’s location in the space (more precisely its relative position inside the bounding-box). A vvvv is sending it to Pure Data, which are transmitting it to a music system. When a quadcopter flies into the defined area it generates musical pattern sequences based upon a predefined algorithm. In this way the drone takes control over the sound synthesis.

id144, Friday, May 23rd 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious 0 comments  

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Ravel Landscapes
http://www.natansinigaglia.com/portfolio/ravel-landscapes/

Collaboration with Vanessa Wagner and Quayola

dual HD realtime graphics projection | Live piano
10 Jan 2013 | L'Arsenal | Metz, France
14 Jan 2013 | Cite de la Musique – Paris, France
26 Nov 2013 | Centre des Arts | Enghien-les-Bains, France

Custom Software developed in www.vvvv.org

Natan Sinigaglia, Thursday, May 15th 2014 Digg | Tweet | Delicious comments on vimeo  

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Pen-based Digital Explainer Tool

The MESO Team:
Sebastian Oschatz, Johannes Scherg, Woeishi Lean,
Timon Skerutsch, Klaus-Peter Texter

(c) 2013 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Kinetic racing game

The MESO Team:
Sebastian Oschatz, Thomas Eichhorn, Johannes Lemke, Klaus-Peter Texter

(c) 2013 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Two seated racing simulator

The MESO Team:
Sebastian Oschatz, David Brüll, Ingolf Heinsch, Johannes Lemke, Klaus-Peter Texter, Julian Hermann, Stefan Kernjak, Jan Mayerhofer

(c) 2013 by MESO Digital Interiors GmbH

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Shoutbox

~2h ago

udo2013: audioreactive big_tree_like sculpture with gpu_3d particle system (modulating emitter_pos.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PxfaFErlUQ0

~6h ago

delta43: Thank you for PolygonMask!

~23h ago

dawoof: do you guys have Droste working with the latest vvvv? ive corrected the shader and still no output

~2d ago

jzzxh: nice sine wave and particle. http://vimeo.com/65475425

~2d ago

aelfwine: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ClAIcSiDiKY new installation made by auroraMeccanica ...vvvv stars :)

~2d ago

catweasel: @westbam, thats great :)

~2d ago

Westbam: Can the DX11 people start working on this? http://vimeo.com/109169719 :D