SHARING THE FUTURE

  1. This is an urban game. We developed a little game for Nissan which has been projected on buildings. The building became part of the game/level design. The user could play this using Wii Controller so that they could shot on the building. As this was for the Qashqai we decided to use the color splashes that were part of the ad on tv. The Idea has been to try to hit the car with the color splashes.
    more at lichtfaktor.com

    Design by dreambeam (dreambeam.tv)
    The software has been developed using the fantastic cinder framework (libcinder.org)

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  2. Let's get physical: MR-808 is the first drum robot that reproduces the drum sounds of the 80s - in the real world.
    The robot installation MR-808 is a replica of the famous 1980s electronic drum machine TR-808 – with robots playing the drum sounds! I (Moritz Simon Geist) have been playing electronic music for several years now, and at some place I was bored of the electronic music production process. With binary logic, everything is possible.
    So I decided to go back to the roots of sound generation – the physical sound generation – but combine it with the electronic music structure we like so much.
    I liked the idea so much, that I couldn’t stop building my own drum robots, and ended up replacing all the electronic sounds of a whole drum computer, placed in a 3,3 x 1,7m² case. I am very proud to present the “MR-808” – a mechanic replica of the famous 1980s electronic drum machine TR-808!
    Read on: sonicrobots.com/mr808-eng/
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    MR-808 - mechanic sound robot (all drums, miced)
    A mechanic relay controlled via arduino (bass sound)
    Gameboy - Arduinoboy hardware (8 bit chiptune sound)
    Everything was programmed in Ableton, only equing and compression has been applied.
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    Filmography: David Campesino
    Music: Moritz Simon Geist

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  3. Emmanuel Le Cerf created BILL from a simple paper bill. It deals with a piece of material supposed to last on the long-term, which gets turned into a never ending animation.

    Artist Emmanuel Le Cerf describes BILL :

    "Bill is kind of a "mechanical cinema". I tried to divert the heat paper mainly used as a basic bill. Its chemical properties struck my mind as I realized this material could become something different with a few operations. The paper becomes blue where it has been overheated. Afterwards, it becomes possible to actually mark it: a new contact with heat colors the paper back to white, a mark which ends up by vanishing after a few second tenths, which is a real paradox since a bill is supposed to be a long-lasting proof.

    The paper used for this creation has been turned blue thanks to a flame. It is now totally useless since it has been entirely "developed". A mechanism makes the paper strip go round through the window of a large white frame. The strip grazes a hot iron point. This short contact creates a white mark in the blue, a mark which lasts for a short while. It creates a never-ending travelling on a plane flying in the sky or a cruise smile without any target."

    BILL was created in Digitalarti's Artlab.
    Project assistant : Jason Cook (Artlab Manager)
    Video : Quentin Chevrier

    more details about BILL on digitalarti.com/bill
    more details about the Artlab on digitalarti.com/artlab

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  4. ACROSS*穿越 V4
    GESTURE/SOUND DRIVEN
    CHOREORGRAPHY

    Dance is improvised here, the motion of the body generates a digital double in realtime. The arms also trigger two digital sound samples which react to the gesture. A pre-recorded soundtrack (from Brian Eno's Paleosonic) is also used in the middle part of the dance. It affects the appearance of the digital visual. All the digital content is simultaneously "performed" by the media designer using an iPad.

    Ying Gao/Bin Cui
    Choreography

    Bin Cui/Ying Gao
    Dance

    Yan Da
    Reactive Media/Perform

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  5. This prototype increases the experience of typing on a usual keyboard. People are invited to type their first name and see how it sounds like in the magical musical instrument.
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    Ce prototype augmente l'expérience procurée par un clavier d'ordinateur ordinaire. Les spectateurs sont invités à composer une mélodie en tapant leur prénom dans cet instrument de musique magique.

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    Technology used: vvvv.org
    Sound samples: freesound.org

    # vimeo.com/51755437 Uploaded 965 Plays 0 Comments

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    Integrating technology into the built environment creates endless possibilities for forming bonds between people behind the walls and those passing by. Have a look at this Media Architecture project from Bournemouth, UK: vimeo.com/174479914

    Greetings from Kollision

    by Kollision

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    Audio-reactive flowfield+particles+voronoi. rendered in real-time on Processing

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