1. Won 1st Place at the Tokyo Demo Fest 2013 (tokyo-demo-fest.jpn.org/2013/?lang=en&page=results)

    Real-time procedurally generated geometries. Made with C++, OpenGL, OpenCL and Gamemonkey.

    Official Site: illogictree.com/app/artifacts
    Pouet Entry: pouet.net/prod.php?which=61019
    Twitter: twitter.com/eddietree

    Programming and Graphics by Eddie (illogictree.com)
    Music by Sonarise Production (sonarise.com)
    Vocals by Jina (sound.jp/mum2-jina/)

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  2. HumanelectroことRyo Fujimotoの全身から放たれるエネルギーを、電気信号に変換して巨人を動かすプロジェクト”Σ(SIGMA)”。Ryo Fujimotoの全身に取り付けられた拡張デバイスが筋肉・心拍・指の動きを検知、音、映像、電気信号へと変換する事で超現実を創り出す。本映像は、プロジェクト”Σ”の第一弾として、関係者のみを集めたクローズドな形式で行われたライブイベントの記録である。

    Electrical signals radiate from the body of Ryo Fujimoto via the various sensors that are connected to his face, arms, and hands. These sensors track heart rate, muscle movement, and finger positions in real-time. The data is then converted directly into audio and visuals, thereby allowing the expressive unification of man and machine, and the birth of "Σ (SIGMA)". This video above is a recording of the live event that took place in Tokyo, Japan.


    Ryo Fujimoto | Humanelectro (Musician / Performer)
    Eddie Lee | Funktronic Labs (Interactive Visual System Designer / Programmer)
    Takuma Nakata and Tsubasa Nakata | TN2 (Concept Designer / Director / Hardware Design & Development)

    Kanazawa Yasuyuki | Mengenlehre Photographic Office (Photography Director)
    Qomunelab Co., Ltd. (Movie Director / Shoot / Edit)
    Shimpo Takuto | Senbon Studio (Videographer)

    Okada Masamitsu | OMD (Logo Design)
    Akita Yoshiko (Web Design)

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  3. A London-based Korean artist penned an open letter to 218,000 employees at Hyundai Motor Group, inviting them to participate in an exhibition, which will be part of a permanent display at HMG’s human resources development center. The journey of the work began as the employees accepted the artist’s invitation and submitted their photographs. Those collected portraits were assembled on a video wall. At a distance, these photographs appear as tiny dots. Participants only can see their faces enlarge in the center of the screen when they log in a smart phone application. Who Am We? examines the subtle boundaries between individual and a group by demonstrating how the identities of individuals are minimized or neglected in a crowd for a greater value.
    By utilizing digital interaction and inviting employees as an active participant, the project opens up a new space of dialogue, and the employees are naturally led to explore their identity and a sense of belonging in their communities.

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  4. Original Film - vimeo.com/42137717

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Josue Ibanez

Is about interaction, installation, generative code, motion design and sometimes travel.


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