1. Rock Papers

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    from Aaron Sherwood / Added

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    Film by Xuedi Chen, Sarah Rothberg, Mack Howell, & Aaron Sherwood. Music by J.S. Bach (played by Daniel Philipp Stotz). Thanks to James George for his RGBDToolkit, and Ryan Bartley for use of hard drives and video knowledge!

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    • «Körperfelder» – an interactive videoinstallation by Michel Winterberg

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      German: «Körperfelder» von Michel Winterberg lädt den Betrachter zur spielerischen Interaktion ein: Die erkundende Bewegung seiner Hände und Arme bewirkt eine visuelle Kommunikation mit seiner Repräsentation. Es entsteht eine Verbindung zwischen virtueller Welt und realer Bewegung in Form einer Parodie der Ästhetik der heutigen Computerspiele. Die interaktive Rauminstallation mag visuell an Tony Ourslers "Caricature" aus dem Jahre 2002 erinnern. Jedoch fordert «Körperfelder» den Betrachter auf, aktiv Teil davon zu werden. «Körperfelder» wurde während dem Wildwuchs-Festival vom 27. Mai bis 5. Juni 2011 in Basel ausgestellt, ein mehrtägiges Tanz- und Theaterfestival für Menschen mit und ohne Beeinträchtigung. "Wildwuchs nutzt Kreativität und Künstlerisches Schaffen dazu, neue Perspektiven der Wahrnehmung und neue Möglichkeiten der Begegnung von Solchen und Anderen zu ermöglichen" (www.wildwuchs.ch/?wildwuchs.php, 30. 5. 2011). 16. Juli: "int. Juggling Day" 2011, 10-22Uhr, Petersgraben 17, Basel. English: «Körperfelder» (Body Fields) by Michel Winterberg invites the viewer into a playful interaction: The exploratory movements of his hands and arms causes a visual communication with its representation. It creates a connection between the virtual world and real movement in the form of a parody of the aesthetics of today's computer games. The interactive installation may visually remind us of Tony Oursler, "Caricature" from 2002. However, «Körperfelder» calls for the viewer to actively be part of it. «Körperfelder» was exhibited at the "Wildwuchs-Festival" and the "DailyBox". Videotexture by: Dominique Mischler, Lea Baltisberger, Anna Studer, Michel Winterberg Tanks to: Stephan Athanas, Dozent HGK, Max MSP Jitter support http://www.stephanathanas.com Sebastian Kox alias oneseconds, Tryplex toolkit with OSCeleton http://code.google.com/p/tryplex/wiki/Installation Max MSP Jitter OSCeleton-Patch (at the bottom): http://tohmjudson.com/?p=30 Sensebloom OSCeleton https://github.com/Sensebloom/OSCeleton-examples

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      • Interactive Exhibition - Biodiversity: that's life!

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        Roma - Maggio 2010 Auditorium Parco della Musica Client: Bioversity International Partners: IFAD, Fondazione musica per Roma, Comune di Roma _________________________________________________ Il percorso interattivo “Biodiversità: questa è la vita!” è stato ideato per celebrare il legame tra uomo e agricoltura, coinvolgendo i visitatori attraverso le tecnologie e gli allestimenti. La mostra è suddivisa in due sezioni: “Le origini dell’agricoltura” e “I custodi della biodiversità”. La prima sezione sfida i visitatori ad identificare i paesi di origine delle colture più importanti su scala mondiale, interagendo con una video-proiezione a 360° della Terra. La seconda sezione invita il visitatore a scoprire le persone che dedicano la loro vita ad assicurare che la diversità delle piante e degli animali sia conservata e usata per migliorare la qualità della vita dell’uomo. _________________________________________________

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        • MaxMSP / Jitter - Dj Light, Peru

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          DJ Light (2010) is a Cinimod Studio Ltd. interactive installation whom I've contributed in the software development. The work was installed in Lima, Peru. www.gabrielecaru.com

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          • SHiKAKU07

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            SHIiKAKU 07 Concept & Design by CHiKA Sound Design & Programming by Phan V Technical advice by Boris EDELSTEIN, GarageCUBE Emergency Grant by Foundation for Contemporary Arts Support by Eyebeam & GarageCUBE, MadMapper LED light by GarageCUBE & Showjockey CONCEPT SHIiKAKU = 四角, 視覚, 視角, 死角 is a Japanese homophone that translates to "square", "visual", "optic angle" as well as "blind spot". Embracing these themes and variations, SHiKAKU07 creates light symphony by the presence of a viewer in real time. SHiKAKU 07 is a unique "seeing sound " experience by public participation. SHiKAKU 07 introduces to public a new way of experience the installation by surprise. It is a new art that public has to participate and interact. It is not like a traditional form of installation, observe art, that public interact one way. Public participation will be a part of the installation. Inspired by Zen Garden structure, SHiKAKU 07 transform old idea and stricture require to sit, meditate, and observe, into a new digital, an active garden, SHiKAKU 07 that uses LED lights and sound with new technology by public collaborative activation. 四角: Square structure SHiKAKU 07' structure is inspired by Japanese Zen garden, Karesansui. It is a "dry landscape" garden, that creates arrangement of rocks, water, moss, tree and bushes and uses sand to create a universe. SHiKAKU 06 as a Digital Zen garden presents LED strips hanging from the ceiling to the wall as a tree and bushes, a cube like LED bars structure as rocks and public walking through the structure as water. There will be 2 set of 1-2m LED light cube like structures with 10 sets of 2-6m LED light strip over it. Public will be free to walk around the structures. 視覚: Visual SHiKAKU 07' s experience is "seeing sound" and public will be a part of creation. Visual effect will be synchronized with sound. Depend on where public stand, their audio visual experience will be different with 6 channel speakers. 視角: Optical angle SHiKAKU, Square structures are 2 cube like installations. Combination of Led lights create illusion of many different patterns of cube in the dark space. 死角: Blind spot Unexpected light and sound experience will happen how public walk through the installation. Exposure of strong LED lights will appear as a unexpected afterimages. USER EXPERIENCE When no one is in the space, there will be very minimum background sound from 6 speakers in darkness. There will be 2 cubes like installation standing parallel structure that public can activate LED lights and 6 channel sound in the dark space. Only way to observe and experience SHiKAKU 07 is walking around and be part of the installation. A sensors built into the structures create unlimited variations of light symphony. YEAR 2013 SHiKAKU07 @ Eyebeam, NY, USA PUBLICATION The Creator's Project adafurite Artist Talk Digital Art Innovation http://www.imagima.com/SHiKAKU07 https://www.facebook.com/pages/IMAGIMA/179687492082717?ref=hl

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            • SHiKAKU 07 PROTOTYPE TESTING

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              See final installation on https://vimeo.com/85317232 SHiKAKU 07, a digital Zen garden by Eyebeam Resident CHiKA on view October 24th through November 16th at Eyebeam in NY. Known for her minimalist interactive and site-specific projection mapping installations, 2013 Spring/Summer Eyebeam Resident CHiKA will present her residency project SHiKAKU 07, the latest iteration of her SHiKAKU series, in Eyebeam’s Main Space from October 24th to November 16th, 2013. SHiKAKU (四角, 視覚, 視角, 死角) is a Japanese homophone that translates to “square,” “visual,” “optic angle,” and “blind spot.” Sound designed and programmed in collaboration with Phan Visutyothapibal, SHiKAKU 07 consists of two light cube structures and six channel speakers in a darkened room activated by the movement of participants in the space. A digital Zen garden reduced to its most basic elements of rocks and trees, and water represented by LED lights and the movement of people. The audience brings the elements to life with each movement triggering new and unexpected light and sounds patterns. CHiKA is an interactive visual artist and an educator. She creates a minimalist geometric visual narrative in sync with the sounds of live music performance in addition to interactive projection mapping installations that explore the relationship between visual, light, sound and public audience. Her work has been shown at the American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Art and Design, the Hammer Museum, San Francisco Art Institute, Centre d’Art Contemporain Geneva, Museo Regional de Guadalajara, Matadero Madrid, Theatre Maisonneuve, Biennial in Venezuela, eBay, New York University, Cooper Union, The School of Visual Arts, The University of Wisconsin-Madison, Eyebeam, Harvestworks, Millennium, Mapping Festival, Dumbo Arts Festival, MOD Festival, Blip Festival New York, Blip Festival Tokyo, Mutek, Nuit Blanche, Metropolitan Pavilion, Music Hall of Williamsburg, The Gramercy Theatre, S.O.B.’s, and among other places. Sound design and programming by Phan Visutyothapibal Technical advice by Boris Edelstein LED light provided by GarageCube & ShowJockey Supported by Madmapper and the Foundation for Contemporary Arts Emergency Grant

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              • john crooks "descarga" for string bass, sampled audio, and max/msp

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                from my all-improvised 2009 recital. Visit http://jcrooks.com for more info. Descarga uses rhythmic cells based on afro-cuban and brazilian rhythms and a random algorithm to create a framework for improvisation. The computer accompaniment chooses from a set of 50+ rhythms sequenced in Reason and organizes these rhythms in a new way for each peformance. There are more than 1,000 possible outcomes.

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                • LED Wall_Extrusion . mov

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                  screen_test

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                  • MaxMSP / Jitter - Head tracking + QuicktimeVR

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                    A software that give you the possibility to control a QuicktimeVR file with the movement of the head. Author: Gabriele Carù www.gabrielecaru.com

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                    • Pathline #1

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                      This video contains excerpts from live performances Pathline #1 is a Visual Music Live Performance based on digital noises, soundscape improvisations and generative audioreactive visual environment. Franz Rosati: A/V concept, software development, Live perfomance Leila Bahlouri: Graphic Concept / Live visual performance UKQWJB: Live visual performance www.franzrosati.com www.nephogram.net

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