Frieder Weiss is expert for realtime computing and interactive computer systems in performance art. He developed technologies and concepts for the use of digital systems in dance performance. A number of award-winning performances and installation projects have been made. He is the author of EyeCon and Kalypso, video motion sensing programs especially designed for use with dance, music and computer art.
He is teaching mediatechnology at the Univesities of applied sciences in Nürnberg, University of the arts in Bern and the University centre in Doncaster, UK. In recent years he has
cooperated in installation and performance projects with Laborgras and Phase-7 in Berlin, Leine and Roebana in Amsterdam, Helga Pogatschar, Cesc Gelabert in Munich, Chunky Move in Melbourne, Emily Fernandez, Melbourne