1. test: TRIangulation

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    I was inspired after seeing Tri-O, a controller that calculates an area of a triangle based upon three shifting points, so I decided to write my own software version in Max/MSP. After writing the controller, I needed some iterative tests, and this video is just one. Here, I'm interested in how the area and sides of the triangle serve as a semi-random modulator, while syncing up as visuals in Processing. The video is directed toward my team members at Harmonic Laboratory (http://harmoniclab.org), but really anyone is welcome to watch.

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    • Treason of Images

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      Live performance at (sub)Urban Projections, a digital arts festival in Eugene, OR. Performance date: 11/14/2012. Choreography/Dance: Brad Garner Digital Animation/Projection: Jon Bellona Music: Autechre "Bronchusevenmx"

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      • Zero Crossing by Harmonic Laboratory

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        Zero Crossing is a new work that explores different facets of the self through dance, electronic music and projection mapped experimental animation. Premiered at the 2012 (sub)Urban Projections arts festival in Eugene, OR, Zero Crossing represents a new style of work for Harmonic Laboratory. Animation by John Park Music by Jon Bellona Choreography by Brad Garner

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        • TEST: Kinect user tracking mirrored to 2D projection screen

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          Testing some tracking for an upcoming Harmonic Lab dance piece, "Maia." Right now, I'm taking the CoM (Center of Mass) of a user (via Processing simple openni) and sending these coordinates over OSC to both Max and Processing. I'm mapping, or rather scaling, the X and Z coordinates to an invisible bounding box (set in mm). The bounding box is controlled via Max, and stored as a global variable inside two Processing sketches (one for user tracking, the second for displaying visuals). The bounding box enables me to scale the X/Z coordinates in 3D space to a 2D projection screen. The projection displays circular light (Processing ellipses faded over time) and the mapping simulates a light halo tracking the user. Still some more tests, especially need a short throw projector to increase the bounding box of trackable space. (note: The dialogue in the video is directed toward my team members).

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          • "Liaise" by Harmonic Laboratory

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            Harmonic Laboratory is a collective of artists, thinkers, educators and innovators that investigate the human experience through integrated media and common theme. Harmonic Laboratory is Jeremy Schropp, Brad Garner and John Park.

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            • Documentary - "Liaise" the Process

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              A documentary look into the working process of Harmonic Laboratory and the methods used to create the installation titled "Liaise". The dual channel installation is showing at Opus VII gallery in Eugene Oregon for the summer of 2011.

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              • Body Flow - Animation Test

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                A one minute experiment using motion capture (movement by Garner), particle systems in 3D space (Park) and an original musical score (Schropp).

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                • Body Flow

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                  Human movement, captured by spewing arcs of geometry and blurry lensing.

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