generative software mural (2012), Nasher Museum of Art, Durham, NC, featured exhibition at CHAT 2012 Festival, custom software written in C++/OpenGL/OpenFrameworks, digital video/audio source material.
Bill Seaman, Principle Investigator and Artist (concept and initial design), Todd Berreth, Creative Coding (programming, additional design and system engineering).
The artwork is driven by a software engine, written in C++ and OpenGL using the openFrameworks libraries. In real-time, the software recombinately composes a library of disparate elements, video and image content, spoken-word phrases, 3d models and musical passages, into an evocative and dynamic media construction.
The architectural projection is formed from the stitched output of three Christie Roadster 18k lumen projectors, illuminating a wall surface of over 3500 sf (32' x 120').
(AV services provided by Atlas Production Group)