My 10-second animation piece as part of the Visual Communication Design Department's Imagine RIT exhibit. Participants had to begin and end with the same frame and complete 10 seconds of any animation of their choosing. I did a short recreation of one of my favorite animations from the 1970s.
At IFA 2014, Telekom launched its new Magenta 1 pricing scheme via a large-scale mapping production. Based on a concept and architecture by q bus, the Magenta 1 CI was staged in space to impressive effect using hundreds of physical “trixel elements” affixed to the stand’s exterior surfaces as well as a central sculpture.
m box brought these trixels to life via generative projection mapping – and then combined these projections with large-scale embedded moving images. To this end, the m box media servers served a total of 48 projectors with graphic modules – all generated in real-time. This generative feed enabled flexible adjustments of the contents on location and optimization for spatial effects.
The basic atmospheric visuals (several scenic loops) were regularly interrupted by an immersive 1-minute “Magenta Eins” production: Throughout this interlude, the entire trade fair booth underwent an even more striking media transformation due to further dimming of the lights and a synchronized 360° soundtrack.
In addition, m box also programmed and designed audio-reactive modules for band PAs and a stage performance with laser tracking controls for the central media sculpture.
Our speaker at the January 2010 CreativeMornings ( http://creativemornings.com ) was Michael Bierut of Pentagram hosted at the fabulous Galapagos Art Space in Brooklyn. It was our biggest CreativeMornings audience yet with 300 (!) NYC creatives attending. It's a brand new talk on the subject of "Clients". A big giant thank you to Roland Lazarte ( http://hellorolo.com/ ) who once again has been generously offering his video and editing skills.
ABOUT CREATIVE MORNINGS:
'CreativeMornings' is a monthly morning gathering of creative types organized by Tina Roth Eisenberg a.k.a swissmiss (http://www.swiss-miss.com ). Each event includes a 10 minute lecture, followed by a 20 minute group discussion. The gathering begins at 8:30am with the topic presentation starting at 9:00am and everyone taking off for work at 10am. CreativeMornings are free of charge!