1. On 5 July 2014, Nikola Lenivets Art Park hosted the Night of New Media, one of the biggest festivals of digital art and music in Russia. At the festival, FutureEverything and British Council Russia presented two large scale installations. Digital artists Kimchi and Chips (Elliott Woods and Mimi Son) showed their new work commissioned by FutureEverything, Light Barrier, and the winning Russian team from the Culture Shift Russia: Digital Emulsion workshop created a new light show entitled 'HIDDEN'.

    Filming: Snytko Alexander, Sergey Iskritsky,
    Aero: Pavel Poboruev, Pavel Losevskii
    Editing, music and sound design: Shaban Hafez

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  2. Finding your way, made fun !

    In everyday life, Smart Sign augment your reality to help you find quickly your way, in an interactive and fun manner !


    Smart Sign is based on Augmenta technology.

    Features :

    - Find your way directly written on the ground
    - Have fun with the installation
    - Update easily directions and information
    - Get statistics of where people go
    - Quick install and configuration for events
    - Easy permanent installation and configuration for buildings

    Want one ?


    This video was shot at Transbordeur during a live event.

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  3. CYGNUS is one of the rare conceptual light performances staged in Istanbul to date. Four teams, Bİ'ŞEYLER New Media Works, OUCHHH, Panpiper and Staras came together and set out to explore constellation Cygnus, the Swan, which is home to Cygnus X-1, a galactic X-ray source believed to be a stellar mass black hole.

    The light installation was performed in a 2400-m2 venue on December 18-19, 2014 in Istanbul. Using 46 Clay Paky Sharpies and 2 Atmosphere Hazers, the performance immersed 2000 viewers in the experience of the constellation which is believed to be about 5 million years old.

    Light sources were placed to surround the audience at different heights to allow light flow above their heads, creating a void at the center which prompted viewers to interpret the notion of a black hole.

    The project design is the collective work of Bİ'ŞEYLER New Media Works, a young scenography team of designers with multi-disciplinary expertise, and Ouchhh, an independent design studio with cross-discipline focused on interactive new media platforms, kinetic sculpture, offering direction and art direction and also producing video mapping projections.

    The name CYGNUS is chosen by the Ouchhh creative directors Ferdi Alıcı and Eylül Duranağaç who also created the lighting concept. The sound was prepared by Mehmet Ünal (PanPiper), and technical implementation is programmed by Sezgin Karaağaç (Staras) by structuring each individual light.
    The project is produced by Burcu Ece Yılmaz and Gökhan Okuyucu (Bi’şeyler).

    As the first project of an experimental concept, a unique project in Istanbul, the CYGNUS Immersive Light Installation Performance was staged at the MARKA 2014 International Brand Conference in İstanbul to allow attendees to immerse themselves in an experience that would take them beyond the confines of the venue.

    The concept of CYGNUS Immersive Light Installation Performance will be reproduced in future projects as part of events and festivals, and aims at exploiting the team’s worldwide relations for creating experimental platforms that reach wide audiences.

    "The first celestial body containing a black hole was first observed in 1971.
    It was discovered that the brightest star in the Swan Constellation, the CYGNUS X-1binary star emitted x-rays."

    Producer: Bİ'ŞEYLER Yeni Medya İşleri
    Project Management: Gökhan Okuyucu, Burcu Ece Yılmaz, Ferdi Alıcı

    Direction and Light Animation: Ouchhh
    Ouchhh Team: Ferdi Alıcı, Eylül Duranağaç

    Sound Design: PanPiper Mehmet Ünal

    Lighting Programmer & Design : Sezgin Karaağaç ‘’SKLD''
    Technical Company : STARAS Technical Co. Turkey / ISTANBUL

    Lighting Software Design : Wysiwyg R33
    Lighting Controller Desk : Grand MA2 Full size
    Music & Video Keystone Software : QLAB

    46 ClayPaky Sharpy
    2 MDG The One Atmosphere

    Special thanks;
    U Medya, Yeni Yapımlar

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    ANGLE is a duo based in Florence - Italy.

    ANGLE is an audiovisual project that applies videomapping techniques to their live sets. All their songs, synchronised to the video images, are composed and produced by ANGLE. The Techno and Electronic grooves, are made with modular synthesizers systems, thank to a collaboration with TipTop Audio, in Los Angeles. These grooves' broken rhythm patterns lend themselves well to visual representation: this juxtaposition of sounds and images all blend to create an original and engrossing experience.
    ANGLE’s first step was TETRA 01, with a 3D mapping on a self-supporting, isostatic, modular structure that is made up of triangles with junctions at their vertices.
    TETRA 02 is the title of ANGLE’s new live set: the structure has been equipped with LED lights, animated live through Arduino & Mad Light.

    Shoot with Canon 6D & Magic Lantern Raw Video, graded in DaVinci Resolve light.

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  5. A glimpse at the technical setup of our installation '320° Licht' at the Gasometer in Oberhausen.

    The ‘320° Licht’ installation of URBANSCREEN uses the cathedral-like beauty of the Gasometer as the starting point for a fascinating game with shapes and light.

    Within a radius of 320 degrees graphic patterns grow and change on the 100-metre high inside wall of the Gasometer.

    The observer experiences the interplay between real and virtual space, in which the Gasometer seems to dissolve into its own, filigree structures and yet finally always reverts to its clear shape. ’320° Licht’ is achieved with kind project support from Epson Germany.

    With approx. 20,000 square meters of area played upon, the installation is among the world’s largest and technically most sophisticated interior projections - interconnecting 21 powerful projectors to one projection screen.

    Duration (loop): approx. 22 min.

    '320° Licht' is part of the exhibition ‘The Appearance of Beauty’ - the variety of beauty in art that is shown inside the Gasometer. The Gasometer Oberhausen opens this exhibition from 11th April until 30th December.

    Please find detailed information on Gasometer Oberhausen (

    Art Director: Thorsten Bauer, Max Görgen, Till Botterweck, Julian Hölscher (
    Creative Director: Thorsten Bauer
    3D Supervisor: Peter Pflug
    3D Designer: Till Botterweck
    Music & Sound Design: Jonas Wiese (
    Mock-up construction & Operator: Marcel Bückner
    Project Manager: Majo Ussat

    Documentation Director: Jonas Wiese
    Camera: Thorbjörn Geisler
    Slider Operator: Marcel Bückner
    Edit: Jonas Wiese
    Grading: Thorbjörn Geisler

    THX for providing REAL brillant services: Intermediate Engineering (
    Projection project partner: Epson Germany (
    3D Scan support: Leica Geosystems (
    Audio support:
    Media-Engine for the Mock-up construction: WINGS VIOSO (
    Media-Engine installed inside the Gasometer installation: V4 Offline-Warping-Workflow developed by Intermediate Engineering (

    An production

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