1. WWW.KOSKIGAME.COM - Soon on Kickstarter - sign up to be the first to play KOSKI.
    Cinematography: Kryštof Melka

    KOSKI is a board game that connects the physical and digital gaming worlds together in a new, unusual and playful way. It is a combination of real toy blocks and a virtual app that evokes digital interactive game play. The Player uses an iPad as a “magical mirror” which looks onto wooden blocks. By using an augmented reality and object recognition, as the player interacts and builds with the blocks, the game soon begins to reveal it's hidden worlds, characters and stories. It unlocks new and imaginative ways to play.

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  2. 01-02 Where the End Meets the Beginning, 03-04 Bearing Straight Through the Northwest Passage, 06 Standard Time, 07 Open Secret, 08 The Third Wheel, 09 Where the Beginning Meets the End, 14-15 This Side Up, Handle With Care, 16 When Comes the Sun

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  3. Concept study created with X-Particles. MoCap-Data in combination with xpTrails and physical rendering. research & development...

    Music by Anima > The Beating Sun

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  4. Cortex explores the sense of sight. As our eyes capture light, our mind turns the frequencies of the colors reflected by all objects into electric impulses. These impulses reach our cortex, where billions of neurons are responsible for making sense of what we see. By observing Cortex, the viewer gets the feeling of being immersed in a flow of particles travelling at the speed of light: particles that might turn into delicate reflections - slightly visible - or into violent lightstorms enwrapping the viewer.

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  5. 16,000 x 2,500 x 1000 WHD

    Two scenes of kevlar rope face one another tensioned to 5000kg. The audience is presented with highly parallel lines which contrast the darker space, building panoramic moire patterns. Video projection is used to address each line with digital pixels, activating visual matter within the volume of string.

    This second edition of the 483 Lines was commissioned by the ACT Festival, Gwangju 2015, continuing to celebrate and interpret the non-constructive aspects of the NTSC television format.

    Curated by HOLO
    Commissioned by Asian Cultural Centre, Gwangju
    Sound design by Junghoon Pi
    Videography by Kimchi and Chips
    Thanks to Julian Ott, the students of Yonsei digital media design course, Soyoung Lee, Yoona Yang, Jin-Yo Mok, Filip Visnjic

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