1. Michael JB Black | Osler Tract, 20" X 40", Acrylic On Canvas, 2013

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    from Spencer Schwartz Added 13 0 0

    This video is about Michael JB Black's art piece, Osler Tract. Narration - Spencer Schwartz Soundtrack - La Vie en Rose by Louis Armstrong

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    • Barry John - In The Studio

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      from Fine Rolling Media Added 71 0 0

      Welsh Veteran & Painter, show's us how he creates a piece of art, with a variety of medians

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      • 2014無線節目巡禮 《互動新媒體》

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        from Stevefat Added 526 1 0

        Producer : Tom Chan Directed by Stevefat Scriptwriter: BoBo Assistant Director: Gloria Ying & Chitu DP: Kan AC: 基

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        • What are we waiting for?

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          from Senad Alibegovic Added 11 0 0

          Final project for course NEW MEDIA II at International University of Sarajevo department of Visual Arts and Communication Design, as an elective course, done with prof. dr. Nermina Zildžo. Inspired by that time protests against not giving ID numbers for newborn babies in Bosnia and Herzegovina, #JMBG, we decided to surveil how people are acting while are they waiting! For someone! For something! For anything! Enjoy!

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          • '12' me

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            from Aalok Jaiswal Added

            An interactive art installation based on sound.  Project explores the way we see and perceive the world. We perceive the surrounding differently depending on our mood. Mood changes our perception, changes the way we see the world.  Concept & prototype: Aalok Jaiswal Tools: Arduino, Processing Voice over and Visuals: Aalok Jaiswal Specials thanks to Manikandan HK & Devyani Jain New Media Design | National Institute of Design @ 2013

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            • Art Review - Round Dance II by Alan Michelson

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              from Sara Zafra Added

              For our second year studying Image Arts New Media @ Ryerson, we were required to produce an artwork review in the form of an audio piece with illustrations. This is my art review, based on a video installation titled, 'Round Dance II' by Alan Michelson. The art piece was exhibited at the Ryerson University Image Centre from September 18 - December 15, 2013.

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              • The Art of Martial

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                from Rollerchimp Added 88 1 0

                Investigating the visualisation and sonification of human movement, the art of martial is a real-time interactive installation using kinect video tracking and custom processing code. Each individual limb of the shadow boxer is represented both visually and sonically by one of the four complimentary elements -- fire, water, wind and earth. These elements must be balanced in order to achieve harmony within the Taoist concept of the Bagua and the related Chinese Martial Art of Baguazhang. A martial artist who is represented by an even balance of fire, water, wind and earth may be thought of as a well-rounded fighter. The installation represents the velocity and position of each limb with particle trails and dynamic sound effects. The harp soundtrack is generated from the position of each limb and describes the physical stance of the martial artist. Sound design, visuals, coding and kungfu by rollerchimp 2012

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                • Flies - interactive annoyance

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                  from Rollerchimp Added 22 0 0

                  A simple piece examining the willingness to interact with a virtual representation of annoying real world scenarios. Explores camera tracking and boidal flocking techniques in the max/msp/jitter environment.

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                  • Sonic Destruction

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                    from Rollerchimp Added 39 0 0

                    Dynamic sculpture and multi channel sound composition Bon Marche Theatre, University of Technology Sydney, November 2010 by Sarah-Leith Izzard, Karin Senff and Rollerchimp In response to the overbearing noise of building construction which plagued the University of Technology, Sydney during the year 2010, Sonic Destruction transforms this sonic pollution into a beautifully foreboding and distopian surround sound composition and dynamic sculpture. Construction noises were recorded at a series of building sites surrounding the university. These sounds became the sonic palette for the fifteen minute long soundscape composed by Sarah-Leith in a 9.1 channel surround sound format. Ferrofluid was used to build dynamic sculptural forms in response to this sonic composition, thus transforming the noise pollution from an unwanted by-product of building construction on a macro level into it's own generative seed of construction at the micro level. The soundscape was interpreted by a custom Max/MSP program which drove a number of electromagnets via an Arduino micro-controller and electronic circuits hand built by Karin Senff and Andrew Bluff (aka Rollerchimp). Ferrofluid is an oil which contains minuscule iron particles which react to the magnetic fields generated by the electromagnets, forming fluid three dimensional structures in response to the sound composition.

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                    • Bahamas Life

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                      from Natali Lasky Added 18 0 0

                      This is a shorter edit of the original I made about 1 year ago... In December 2011, I was lucky enough to go on a cruise where one of the stops was Bahamas. I took the day as an opportunity to get to know the people of Bahamas and share their story. *I do not take credit for any of the music*

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