Here is a rough compilation of all of the amazing collaborations I was lucky enough to be a part of for Boom Festival 2014 in Portugal. Some of the most amazing sculptural artists on the planet, Carey Thompson, Danny Popper and Carin Dickson. My team and I did all of the pixel LED lighting for the entire dance temple main stage including the Solar/Lunar portal, the eyes and moons on the Venus sculptures, the led mandala and arch for the main stage, and the giant jellyfish centerpiece of the temple. Such an amazing display of creative brilliance, I am honored to have worked with such talent.
For the Italian ATP World Tour, the annual tennis tournament held in Rome, we developed the first video mapping of a tennis court in Italy in partnership with the BNL.
Using eight projectors, we mapped a surface of 500 mq and created an amazing performance focused on the tennis ball.
Music and visual effects allowed us to create a story based around the birth of the tennis ball then minimal design and electronic music were used to guide the viewer across a fun tennis court transformation.
Creative direction: Letizia Carlucci
3D graphic and AR animation: Emanuele Costanzo
Motion graphic: Stefano Internullo & Stanis
Sound design and music composition: Umberto Fiore & Enrico Pisci
Video mapping developing: Vincenzo Lancianese
We were invited to participate in the Art Vision Mapping Contest at Moscow's Circle of Light Festival and we won third place! An amazing experience, artists from all over the world, great venues and art everywhere.
A short video showing recent work done by the openFrameworks community.
Its by no means complete and we'll be doing new showreels over the coming months with much more of a comprehensive and reflective selection.
The clips were pulled algorithmically from vimeo videos tagged 'openFrameworks'
Thanks to everyone using OF, contributing code and inspiring the community with amazing work.
Keep it coming!!
Music: RL Grime - The Way U Do Remix - https://soundcloud.com/rlgrime/the-way-u-do-rl-grime-remix
Video Credits (in order of appearance).
Thanks to Roy for putting together the final Edit!