The concept was to use a Piezo sensor to detect the reverberation from the drum beat thereby illuminating an infrared LED (invisible to the human eye) which could then—via a web camera—be used to locate the source of the beat, on the stage. This allowed me to project visuals with explosive and sublime accuracy.
This video shows Dancer and Choreographer Monika Bieniek experimenting with some virtual set designs created by myself and Colin. Some of the later graphics patches were taken from an old project entitled Zen Drawing (involving two other artists: Scott and Tara) for the purpose of experimentation.
Utilising the latest in interactive video technologies and electronic sensing techniques a responsive, audio-visual landscape is generated, in real time, in response to Monika's movement. The body’s gestures are extended by and in turn manipulate the video world that surrounds it. This work investigates the interplay between the subjects’ movements and computer system, where system becomes a symbiotic performance partner in an exploration of immersive, kinetic space.
Sous ce nom se cache l’expérience immersive offerte par ALCATEL-LUCENT à ses clients lors du Mobile World Congress à Barcelone en 2010. Une expérience à base de vidéo mapping conçue par l’agence SUPERBIEN. Le public était invité à entrer dans un cube et à découvrir une vision artistique de la tagline de l’événement: Transforming the mobile experience.
Hiding behind this name was the immersive experience ALCATEL-LUCENT offered to its customers at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in 2010. A video-mapping experience designed by the SUPERBIEN agency, the public was invited into a cube to discover the artistic vision of the event’s tagline: Transforming the mobile experience.
Client : Alcatel Lucent
Agence : Auditoire
Direction Artistique & Réalisation : Superbien
Technique vidéoprojection : ETC Audiovisuel
Musique : db Clifford