1. WaveLight is part of a permanent exhibit at Høgskolen i Oslo og Akershus, Andrea Arntzens hus, Pilestredet 32, Oslo.

    The piece is one of three works that share a 16m x 4m screen by the main auditorium. Other works by Marius Watz and Bård Ask - if you are visiting, it may be worth enquiring as to which work is running.

    WaveLight uses camera based interaction, enabling passersby to stir up turbulence and create waves of light through their movement. The emitted light illuminates the entire space in a fluid ever-changing cycle.

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  2. Phenakistoscope was an early animation device that used a spinning disk of sequential images and the persistence of vision principle to create an illusion of motion. Original phenakistoscope discs had slits cut into them and had to be viewed using a mirror. Phenakistomixer appropriates this by precisely synchronising disc rotation with the shutter of a video camera to achieve similar effect, and is used as a live visual performative tool.

    Phenakistomixer version 3.0 is inspired by early 30s visual synthesizer Variophone in which optical sensor linearly scans monochromatic plates and translates reflected light intensity to sound waves.

    Concept and Animation: Vesna Krebs
    Programming and Sound: Borut Kumperscak
    Sound engine: Berkan Eskikaya, Louis Pilford

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  3. At the 2015 Sundance Festival, MKG helped create a first of its kind, in-motion virtual reality experience. Using Oculus Rift, Trailscape invited people to explore the natural wonder of the Dolomite Mountains to generate buzz around Merrell's new Capra boot.

    The Capra boot was inspired by a trip to the rocky Dolomites so our Trailscape experience transported people there and took them on a mountain hike. Like the Capra mountain goat, guests needed all their balance to brave treacherous rock ledges and swinging suspension bridges. Working closely with Oscar-winning effects house, Framestore, we also built in 4D elements such as rumbling floors during a rock slide and gusts of wind at the peak, to help immerse you in the experience.

    PR Credit: Hill Holiday

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  4. For the 2015 edition of the Design Week in Milan, ASUSTEK italy wanted to immerse the visitor in an interactive experience. The ZEN part of life was the main brand guideline; an intriguing
    philosophy that the brand try to integrate in every little details of their new products. We created three different background mixed into a single using matte painting techniques.
    We rotoscoped and animated three still pictures making them comes to life, then we integrated a very complex particular system simulating the "breath" of energy hidden behind the force of the nature.

    We modeled and textured the three devices, representing the new products.
    For the interactive side we decided to use the new Leap Motion sensor, which can detect in an excellent way the motion of the palm of the hand of the user.
    We used three little notebook (one for every part of the screen) which gathered the data from the three sensors and sended them to three server.
    In this way the user could move the cursor with the movement of the hand and could select three differents keywords from an on-screen menu.

    The result was a completely immersive and technologically advanced installation, who collaborated to the great success the event had during the Design Week in Tortona Street, with
    more the 10.000 visitors in 7 days.

    Client: ASUStek ITALY
    Creative Agency: Conte Oggioni Partners
    Design and Production Agency: Angelsign Studio
    year: 2015

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  5. Trailer for ICAS Festival
    Networking Tomorrow's Art for an Unknown Future
    27.4. - 3.5. 2015 / Dresden

    Trailer by Marius Rehmet and Oliver Thomas of vojd ( Sound by Kathy Alberici (

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