1. Is a set of tangible interfaces for the Metal Museum Peñoles, designed to explain the processes of gold an silver refinery.

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  2. playa

    sound installation
    14 acoustic guitars, 31 dc motors, 300 m cable, fabric and computer.
    Neues Museum Weimar, Germany
    2012

    instagram: @rubendhers
    twitter: @ruben_dhers
    http://rubendhers.net

    Credits:
    Technical assistance: Martin Schied, Camera: Michael Kugler, Ana Alenso. Video edit: Michael Kugler, ruben d´hers

    Special thanks: to Robin Minard and Ludger Hennig (SeaM Weimar),
    Maxim Lichtenbald, Thomas Frisse, Markus Westphal, Anke Hannemann, Tommy Neuwirth, Chrissy Much, Raha Emami Khansari, Christian Hellmann, Florence von der Weth, Ana Alenso, Christopher Schön, Ana M. Vallejos and Christoph Höfferl

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  3. Ongoing project :
    testing projection mapping with "Journey" prototype box.

    every slide is a memory of a place or object
    each has a unique pattern of teeth on the bottom
    this pattern is read when you put the slide into the box
    a projector can then paint animations onto the slides
    the animation is contextual to the slide and the rest of the scene
    this way you can build up a picture of your own memory

    Final design :
    vimeo.com/13224885

    more info :
    kimchiandchips.com

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  4. SENSESCAPES is an interactive 360° room installation at the Grassi Museum for Applied Arts in Leipzig.

    Since the opening of the new permanent exhibition “From Art Nouveau to the Present Day” in March 2012, museum visitors have been able to immerse themselves in graphic interpretations of the exhibited style epochs. Visitors bring the interpretations into being, create their sound, and modify them.

    The installation’s complex media system consists of 8 projectors, 4 infrared cameras and 5 high-performance PCs that track the visitors in the room. The collected data are evaluated by VVVV and converted into generative image-sound-worlds.

    Credits Installation:
    
Design: schnellebuntebilder.de, ingolfheinsch.de

    Technical Direction: intolight.de, schnellebuntebilder.de
    
Interior Design: isabellakolata.de
    Sounddesign: jacobkorn.de
    Producer: farbe-licht-raum.eu

    Credits Dokumentation: 

    Camera: Marvin Hesse, Carsten Nacke, Anna-Maria Schneider

    Editing: morast.at, schnellebuntebilder.de

    Sound: Triberg - Amess (Skyence Remix) hiperbolerecords.com

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  5. And That's the Way It Is (2012), is a public art installation by Ben Rubin; it is permanently installed at Walter Cronkite Plaza, the University of Texas, Austin. Rubin created the piece in collaboration with with statistician Mark Hansen and data artist Jer Thorp. Six projectors on a nearby rooftop project text, which is extracted daily from television news closed-caption feeds, onto the University's CMA Building, which is part of the College of Communications. The piece was commissioned by the UT Landmarks public art program.

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