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Apparati Effimeri – Mapping On Trees

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Apparati Effimeri – Mapping On Trees: “

A quanto pare sembra sia una delle nuove frontiere che sta esplorando chi si occupa di video mapping. Mi riferisco alle proiezioni su elementi naturali come alberi piante e fiori. A riprova basta ricordare il mapping video interattivo di Kimichi and Chips o anche il video clip realizzato da Dirk Rauscher. Il filmato del post è la 3D projection di Apparati Effimeri tenutasi al giardino botanico di Bologna.

 

(Via interactive design.)

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settembre 8, 2011 at 9:44 pm

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settembre 7, 2011 at 10:31 pm

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GL shaders + Cinder

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settembre 7, 2011 at 9:22 pm

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Action Painting Redux [openFrameworks]

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Action Painting Redux [openFrameworks]: “

The spectacle and surplus masculinity of Hollywood is hardly run-of-the-mill source material for generative art, but Canadian software artist Jeremy Rotsztain has been diligently exploring transforming cinematic convention into rich, abstract compositions for three years now. Rotsztain’s Action Painting project (first featured on CAN in fall 2009) employs scenes and sound design—’data’ from action movies—as raw material to generate abstract expressionist style animations. ‘Revving Motors, Spinning Wheels’ (below) is one of four videos released by Rotsztain this summer that illustrate just how far this project has come – the piece reads as a love letter to both Jackson Pollock and Jason Bourne. On close viewing the source material (culled from Ronin, The French Connection, etc.)  is clearly organized thematically and the video functions as a serial examination of the stock components of definitive chase scenes. Screeching brakes, blaring sirens, lead-footed acceleration and the inevitable Ballardian-endgame all filter through the mix in clusters of topical clips.

Continue reading…. Action Painting Redux [openFrameworks]

 

 

(Via CreativeApplications.Net.)

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settembre 7, 2011 at 9:18 pm

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Seaquence [Flash, Sound]

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Seaquence [Flash, Sound]: “

Seaquence is an experimental musical petri-dish created by Ryan Alexander, Gabriel Dunne and Daniel Massey. Adopting a biological metaphor, Seaquence allows you to create and combine musical lifeforms into dynamic compositions.

The way each lifeform looks and sounds is determined by the step-sequencer pattern you create, and other parameters you can tweak including their audio waveform, octave, melody, envelope, volume, and more. Compositions can be saved by creating a simple link, which can then be shared with others.

Created in collaboration with Gray Area Foundation for the Arts

 

(Via CreativeApplications.Net.)

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ottobre 1, 2010 at 3:02 pm

Tangible [Processing, Objects]

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Tangible [Processing, Objects]: “

New project by Georg Reil (previously: Fine Collection of Curious Sound Objects) comes in the form of an object that by physical touch and deformation alters animated graphics presented on a built in LED screen. Titled ‘Tangible – Experimental User Interface’ Georg explores experimental interface reacting to movement, rotation, tilt and pressure. Various applications created using Processing and Arduino are controlled via direct physical manipulation of the display – see video. Of course, as it can be expected from Georg, beautifully presented.

http://player.vimeo.com/video/13879559?title=0&byline=0&portrait=0&color=ffffff

(Via CreativeApplications.Net.)

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settembre 29, 2010 at 3:22 pm

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Hydro Acoustic Study [vvvv]

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Hydro Acoustic Study [vvvv]: “

Created by Francisco Lopez (Madrid, Amsterdam) in collaboration with generative artist Paul Prudence (London), Hydro Acoustic Study or also known as Untitled [BioAcousticPhenomena] is a video performance/audio visual installation exploring live mutating morphologies where the organic and the virtual collide in crisp detail.

This performance was realised in association with AMBIFONICA, the residency programme organized by OPTOFONICA Lab, hosting local and international artists who work on new compositions that employ advanced techniques of Ambisonics sound spatialization.

Project Page + more Flickr stills here.

Beautiful!

Created using vvvv.

 

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settembre 28, 2010 at 12:55 pm