1. Flowmotion-Project

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    Flowmotion is the Diploma-Project by Roland Pavloski at Institute HyperWerk HGK FHNW. Therefore I programmed a motion tracking system with Max/MSP/Jitter and Kinect. Abstract by Roland Pavloski: All of us want to be recognized as individuals. Many people can’t imagine anything worse than disappearing in the masses. Yet, we are still part of a bigger system, in which we don’t move as the individuals we like to think we are. How do we move in this system that surrounds us? Are our movements unique or are we, after all, only followers who are part of the giant swarm in which we move? In my thesis, I created mediainstallation, which traces individual movement and displays its intercept points and principles. Are mechanisms that suggest a superior movement mechanism recognizable? Does the visualization of a new perspective enable new insights? www.flowmotion-project.ch

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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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      • 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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        • To Be

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          http://cargocollective.com/stefanodalessio To Be Interactive installation Stefano D'Alessio | Martin Romeo 2009 This installation come to life just when the audience is present, a videocamera catch the presence of a body inside the interactive space, and in front of this body make appear a virtual person, who speak to the audience and sometimes to the others virtual characters who can stand beside him. The space is virtually divided in three parts, every part has a video (a virtual character) which appear when a spectator is standing inside it. Dependently on the presence and position of the audience the projected videos can be from one till three or zero if there is no audience, spectators can also modify the videos that appear in front of them thru some colored balloons which create an image distortion dependently on the position of the balloons in relation to the videos.

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          • MaxMSP / Jitter - Shape generation _ 2

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            • MaxMSP / Jitter - Liquid sounds

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              • MaxMSP / Jitter - Shape generation A

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                • MaxMSP / Jitter - Shape generation _ 1

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                  • Info matters - Msc1 Hyperbody design studio. Spring semester 2011

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                    The info matters - Msc1 Hyperbody design studio is part of the faculty of architecture of the Delft university of technology. The animation is a sneak preview of the design process of the student Matthijs la Roi at this studio. The studio is directed by Dr. Nimish Biloria and Han Feng. Both tutors from the architecture department of Hyperbody. Department of Hyperbody website: www.hyperbody.nl Student website: www.matthijslaroi.com

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