1. My references are various, from Chris Ware for his extraordinary layout and (sometimes abstract) images, Hans Richter, Len Lye, Stanley Kubrick or Godfrey Reggio (with his qatsi trilogy).
    I must also quote the speech of JFK ( youtube.com/watch?v=6z1DidldxUo )

    I would like to thank the people who support me, a BIG thank to Yann, Alexis, Florent, François, Stéphane & Sylvain.

    I would like to thank Chez Eddy for their support : chezeddy.com

    Directing/design/animation/composting : Céline Desrumaux
    Additionnal character animation : Florent Remize
    Music : "Granulard bastard" from Apprat.

    LINKS :
    Céline : groovythesushi.blogspot.com/
    Florent : flomize.blogspot.com/
    Music : apparat.net

    Festivals :
    OneDotZero, London 2011
    BUG 27: The Evolution of Music Video BFI london
    Columbia Film festival 2011
    Zurich Film Festival, Switzerland 2011
    Playgrounds Festival, Amsterdam and Tilburg 2011
    San francisco internation art festival - SFIAF 2011
    Expotoons 2011, Buenos Aires, Argentina
    Screen Social, London/UK 2011
    Festival national du film d'animation 2011, bruz, rennes
    Cristal Festival, Crans-Montana/SUISSE, 2011 (shortlist)
    ANIMA 2012 (Brussels, BELGIUM), Best of Shorts program
    Cortoons Festival 2012 (Rome, ITALY)
    The UK's Festival of Music, Film & Digital
    Cinéma Nova - OFFSCREEN festival 2012 (Bruxelles, belgium)
    SXSW 2012 (Austin, Texas)
    Pictoplasma 2012 (berlin, Germany)
    Filmfest Dresden 2012 (Germany)
    Stuttgart Festival of Animated Film 2012 (Germany)
    Prix Ars Electronica 2011, AUSTRIA - Honorary Mention Computer Animation / Film / VFX
    Brooklyn Film Festival 2012, (USA)
    Vimeo Awards 2012, NY (USA)
    Phoenix Comicon Film Festival 2012 (USA)
    Toronto Animation Arts Festival International 2012 (Canada)
    RSSF 2012
    Red Stick International Animation festival 2012 (Louisiana, USA) - BEST music video
    LIAF 2012 (London, UK)
    Les Utopiales, Nantes (France) 2012

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  2. From Lamps: a design research collaboration with Google Creative Labs, 2011

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  3. In 2011, TV3 produced two very special interviews featuring the scientist and broadcaster
    Eduard Punset and the presenter and humourist Andreu Buenafuente. The programmes,
    which generated considerable expectation and required a significant investment, consisted of
    conversations between Punset and Buenafuente about a range of issues concerning everyday
    life set against a video mapping projection of almost 100 m2.

    Tigrelab was chosen to develop the contents of the backdrop, an audiovisual "wall" 24 metres
    wide and 3.5 metres high. This reactive and continuously changing scene allowed the two men
    to continue to talk comfortably whilst they were taken from place to place...from a modernist
    library, to a New York building, to being surrounded by a futurist mesh created using images of

    Words like love, city, brain, future formed the basis of the production that was accompanied by
    live conversation. A total of 20 different spaces were created. The programme was recorded
    in front of a studio audience for subsequent broadcast, allowing Buenafuente and Punset to
    talk freely whilst the producer "transported" them to different scenes based on where their
    conversation took them.

    Tigrelab proposed an audio-reactive backdrop developed by WeLoveCode using Processing.
    The system was reactive, allowing for the images to change depending on what was being
    said. This broke new ground in the field of interactive set design for television. The image was
    divided into two parts that were connected to left-right stereo audio, one side for each of the

    The technical department created the montage for the projection and management of the
    video mapping using three Barco FLM 20K HD projectors and the WatchOut 5 program,
    offering considerable flexibility to the producer.

    The critically acclaimed programmes were a great success, with an audience share of 22.5%.

    Video Mapping: Tigrelab (tigrelab.com)
    Tigrelab team: Javier Pinto / Mathieu Felix / Federico Gonzalez / Fritz Gnad / Adrian Smith

    Production TV3 / Tigrelab

    Audio-Reactive application: WeLoveCode
    Mapping Technic: Area Técnica

    Director TV3 Pauli Subirà
    Production TV3 Txari Sancho / Diana Dominguez
    Set Design TV3 Santi Traïd

    Editing Erik Berlin

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  4. See the following link for more media architecture projects from Kollision: Media Architecture by Kollision

    BIG (big.dk), Kollision (kollision.dk) and Schmidhuber + Partner (schmidhuber.de) teamed up to bringing BIG’s vision of future urban mobility to life for AUDI at Design Miami 2011, running from November 30th to December 4th adjacent to Art Basel Miami Beach. The 190 m2 three-dimensional LED surface provides a glimpse of the future of our cities where infrastructure and public space is shared between pedestrians and driverless cars. The installation demonstrates how the city surface continuously gathers information about people's movements allowing vehicles to interact with the environment. Kollision developed a real-time graphics engine and the tracking software, which receives live input from 11 Xbox Kinect cameras mounted above the visitors’ heads. Through the cameras the movement of the visitors are processed into patterns of movement displayed on the LED surface. The installation sets the stage for Audi's A2 concept, which had its U.S debut at the design fair and is dedicated to the future of urban mobility, and is capable of communicating with its environment. The exhibition car continuously emits arrows showing its path, navigating between visitors at the stand. BIG originally presented the concept as an entry for the 2010 AUDI Urban Future Award introducing a future city paved with a digital surface that liberates the streets from existing boundaries and allows for a new flexibility of public use.

    The tracking software was developed through a series of test installations in Germany and Denmark and has resulted in a flexible setup of multiple aligned Kinect camera spaces, which are processed and translated by the graphical engine running the visual content on the LED surface. The engine is based on a range of parameters that can output a wide range of visual expressions - from a precise vector-like look to a more fluid and playful content. Furthermore the arrow, which illustrates the future movement of the car is real-time calculated on basis of the tracking information of people's movements.

    For more information see kollision.dk/en/urbanfuture
    See also AUDI Paris 2012: vimeo.com/50611567
    And AUDI Sphere: vimeo.com/46013888

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  5. It can be downloaded for free at: http://www.fireflyexperiments.com/

    Firefly is a set of comprehensive software tools dedicated to bridging the gap between Grasshopper (a free plug-in for Rhino), the Arduino micro-controller, the internet and beyond. It allows near real-time data flow between the digital and physical worlds, and will read/write data to/from internet feeds, remote sensors and more. It also includes a Pachube reader.

    Firefly Developers:
    Jason K Johnson [Future-Cities-Lab; CCA - San Francisco, CA]
    Andy Payne [LIFT Architects; Harvard GSD - Cambridge, MA]

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