1. (wh)ere land


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    Video documentation of the video walk (wh)ere land (2014) developed for the Wilton Lodge Park, Hawick, Scottish Borders as part of the Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival 2014. Video documentation by Chih-Peng Lucas Kao.

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    • Theatre Book - Macbeth


      from Davy and Kristin McGuire Added 9,689 126 1

      'Theatre Book - Macbeth' is a battery powered cinematic pop-up book. The prototype book includes 6 pop-up pages designed like sets on a stage with actors projected onto the paper scenery. All technical equipment such as a micro projector and computer, batteries, loudspeakers and mirroring devices are integrated into the cover of the book in order to create a stand alone storytelling device, mixing the formats of books and theatre stages.The story is driven by the owner of the book who turns the pages and thus triggers video and sound to play out the scenes. In this prototype the story of Macbeth is being told through visuals and music/sound only. Theatre Book is a development of The Icebook, the world‘s first projection mapped pop-up book: www.theicebook.com Theatre book is a collaboration between Davy & Kristin McGuire, Matt Hayler and the Royal Shakespeare Company, supported by the REACT Knowledge Exchange Hub for the Creative Economy. REACT is a collaboration led by UWE Bristol (the University of the West of England), Watershed and the Universities of Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC). React-hub.org.uk

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      • 2014 Holiday Greetings


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        • Tramp


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          Installation view using p40z Pico pocket projector, projecting onto 3mm perspex discs

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          • NECLUMI - a probable future of jewellery?


            from ◥ panGenerator Added 140K 675 12

            NECLUMI is the first ever projection-based interactive necklace. Are we willing to abandon atoms of gold for the waves of light ? At the current stage the whole setup is based on iPhone running custom app and a picoprojector connected via hdmi cable and attached to the wearers chest. Given the rate of miniaturisation of the picoprojector technology and observing the trend of wearables treated more as jewellery and fashion accessories rather than just gadgets, we predict that wearable projection and projection-based jewellery become a reality in a few years. We’re currently committed to create a standalone version of the project and we’re opened for funding and collaboration. www.neclumi.com www.wearableprojection.com www.pangenerator.com PROJECT CREDITS: Jakub Koźniewski - original concept, design, development Piotr Barszczewski - iOS dev support VIDEO CREDITS: Jakub Koźniewski - camera and video editing / grading / graphic design Katarzyna Grzeszczak - model Magda Grabowska - neclumi "voiceover" Music: "May" by Marcel Pequel (http://www.last.fm/music/Marcel+Pequel) - video edit

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            • Scene | Unseen Exhibition Documentation


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              Scene | Unseen is a purpose-built interactive exhibition consisting of handheld projection devices, each with its own image feed which is anchored to QR coded coordinates located throughout the gallery. This allows the audience to navigate multiple series of images simultaneously within the same physical space. In effect the entire gallery is wrapped in images, a selection of which becomes visible when a coordinate is illuminated by the device. These images have been curated by three different artists, creating three exhibitions within one overlapping, physical space. The images are only visible when the device is pointing at them, emphasising not only light’s capacity for revelation, but also its relationship with concealment. The device functions therefore as a digital flashlight, revealing unseen material through the casting of light. This reflects some of the limitations of vision which have been highlighted by the transition from the physical to the virtual. By creating an experience that allows the audience to navigate digital images in a way that resembles navigating physical space, the work engages our spatial memory in ways currently unrealised in conventional methods of looking. Scene | Unseen harnesses our obsession with the visual in an attempt to re-engage with questions of how we can explore our digital world physically. Scene | Unseen, custom software, Raspberry Pi s, Raspberry Pi camera modules, exposed negative film (DIY IR Filter), SD cards, HDMI pico projectors, infrared heat lamp, cordless charging ports repurposed from kettle, handles, wood, form ply, laser printed QR codes, adhesive, installed dimensions variable, 2013 Curated images: Charles O'Loughlin Statistical Projection For 16 October to 02 November, 2013 (incomplete and abridged), 2013 Warwick Baker Aerial photographs from Belanglo, 2013 Daniel Jenatsch Text and images from The Para-Archeological Society – For the Recovery of Lost Stories, 2013 Thanks to Drew Pettifer, Adam Taylor, Carl Sturtz, Channon Goodwin, Kieran Prescott, Scott Mitchell, Frank Feltham and Kevin Lewis for their assistance and support with this project. Exhibited at: BUS Projects 25-31 Rokeby Street, Collingwood, VIC 3066 Australia 16 October – 2 November 2013 www.busprojects.com.au info@benjamincreek.com PO BOX 12438 A'Beckett St Melbourne VIC 8006 (c) Benjamin Creek 2013

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              • Walk-itch


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                This is the video documentation of the indoor visual walk 'Walk-itch' (2013) that was performed in one of the corridors of the main building of Edinburgh College of Art as part of the Edinburgh International Festival event 'Glitch'd: purposeful mistakes'. The piece was composed of 7 portable projectors connected to 7 wireless spy cameras and these were handed over to participants to explore the space and the interferances. Participants used the spy cameras to source visual information and project this material collectively (a live-feed moving image collage) onto the space.

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                • Floating Point Workshop


                  from Mathrioshka Added 901 14 1

                  This is the workshop documentation, that we did in Kaluga in October. During the workshop, we researched how handheld electronic devices (pico projectors, tablets) can transform and interact with the urban environment. Kaluga is famous in Russia, because Konstantin Tsiolkovsky, rocket scientist and pioneer of the astronautic theory worked there in 1892 – 1935. All projections was programmed in vvvv during this 2 days workshop. For the second day, we used http://vvvv.org/contribution/box2d-playground as basis for future modifications. Music: Shlohmo - Put It

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                  • Olympia I-1000HD Pico iPhone Projector - ElectricAvenue.net


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                    Where to get an iPhone portable pico projector in 1080 HD with discount code. Watch video for promo code coupon and then click here: http://goo.gl/jvAdk

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                    • I-Walk Documentation


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                      The video is the documentation of the audiovisual walk and installation I-Walk created at I-Park Foundation during the artist-in-residency programme offered at the I-Park artists enclave in Connecticut, USA. I-Walk consisted of two parts: 1. a video walk from the main house to the Pond Studio using a portable projector (pico-projector), and 2. an audiovisual installation with paper sculptures.

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