Going with the Flow, interactive installation at Waterman's Arts Centre to coincide with the Olympic Games in London 2012. Designed by Gail Pearce, programmed by Sarah Anglis using the Arduino. With help from and thanks to, Norman Little, Peter Firkin and the team at Waterman's including Irini Papadimitriou.+ More details
An interactive kinetic project which creates a work of art through interdisciplinary cooperation from the fields of computer science, modelling, electrical engineering and industrial design. Using an infra-red camera or a microphone, the PolyWand can be interactively controlled using movement, sound or music. Each polygon can be controlled separately. Credits: Concept and Design: Martin Lerf Programming: Thomas Geissl Production: Mark Liebmann, Martin Lerf Audio: Funkstörung+ More details
The installation lets the participant explore and navigate through different 360º video-spaces. By changing the speed of the different spaces the viewer has the possibility to change the mood of the spaces and leave his trail in this virtual reality. There are around 140 different spaces, shot in Seoul and surrounding area.+ More details
fimg light sculpture Girona International Mapping Festival | Girona | Juli 2015 mayer+empl project 2015_061 sound artist Thomas Rudolf mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/+ More details
mayer+empl ru15 immersive video mapping sculpture concept Munich | August 2015 http://www.mayerempl.de sound artist Julian Metzger+ More details
Die Installation GemEinsam ist ein Versuch, das Schöne mit dem Schrecklichen und das Spielerische mit dem Tragischen zu verbinden, analog zu dem was das Mittelmeer als Urlaubsziel und Grab von tausenden Flüchtlingen geworden ist. Die Menschen sollen zum Nachdenken über Solidarität und “einander die Hand Reichen” (im wortwörtlichen Sinne) angeregt werden. Arduino/Skintimacy interactive Installation zum Thema Solidarität von Claudia Mattai del Moro http://klangfaerberei.wordpress.com+ More details
(signal) is an interactive sound installation that uses ultrasonic sound above the range of human hearing to track your position. This distance is converted to an audio frequency in hertz and directly modulates the cathode ray tubes inside the monitor. you can use your body to alter the speed and direction of the video signal. try it! stand one meter from the installation. video taken from installation at (no)Signal collective launch - June 12, 2015 http://www.facebook.com/bracketnobracketSignal+ More details
Sounding Universe, developed in 2010 in collaboration with Tarik Barri, is an interactive installation in which the audience is invited to create and move through their own audiovisual universes. Three controllers including a reactable, each control a different aspect of the universe. This enables people to collaborate in order to get the most out of the audiovisual experience. Both visuals and sound are in full surround, and everything runs on the "Versum" engine. Concept: Chantalla Pleiter /// Tarik Barri Programming: Tarik Barri In collaboration with: Kapteyn instituut, Rijksuniversiteit Groningen www.chantallapleiter.nl /// www.tarikbarri.nl+ More details
An interactive installation where a condensed line of soil divides a platform in two located on top of four small aligned speakers. The participants blurry the condensed line by triggering radio broadcasts from either Tijuana or San Diego depending on which of the two sides they are standing on.+ More details
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