1. Sunday in the Park


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    • (Documentation of:) Chronological (2010)


      from Pudy Tong Added 27 0 0

      -live visualization of the latest news headline -conference teleprompters (reflective flass, support stand, LCD monitor) -custom software (built with Processing) Chronological is composed of two conference teleprompters displaying the latest headline supplied by The Globe and Mail's website. The upward scrolling text is rendered as engraved letters, mobile manifestations of something one would assume to be static and permanent. This scrolling movement leaves behind simulated visuals of smear marks across the glass, suggesting time's passage. These visuals relate to the stains found on outdoor commemorative plaques left by the natural elements and resemble the patterns of oxidization, erosion or moss; this real-time rendering of material weathering presents a situation where new information is immediately aged. This text scrolls at a slow reading pace, stopping near the top as to not roll offscreen. Prevented from scrolling further, the text jitters, waiting impatiently for new information to be received. The visualization idles in a space that's semidysfunctional. It readies itself to display what is beyond its temporal horizons while previous headlines attempt to resurface as short-term memory. --- Originally exhibited as part of "Constant...Intervals: Three Mediations of the Fourth Estate", March 8-12, 2010, Anna Leonowens Gallery, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

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      • Demo 12/9/11


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        Our first step in this project was to explore how a single user can interact with the kinect to control various sounds. The user controls the pitch and volume of a instrument loop with their hands' position. Two drum loops can be toggled on and off by raising the left or right knee. By stepping to the left or right a jump sound effect is triggered. In addition to the ability to individually turn off each instrument, a downward wave turns it all off. This demo was built using Synapse, Ableton, and Max for Live.

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        • Fireside Chat: "What's the Future of Content?"


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          Fireside Chat: "What's the Future of Content?" Guy Kawasaki, Alltop Sharon Waxman, TheWrap.com

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          • Sound Studies


            from Shih Wei Chieh Added 27 1 0

            Taipei NanHai Gallery 2009 Sound performance

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            • Seemingly External Things


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              Seemingly External Things is an interactive multimedia art installation that functions like a three dimensional, live pop-up book. Visitors enter a 1951 Silver Streak Trailer and play with the objects inside to trigger sounds, music, videos, still images and recorded voices that reveal a part-fiction, part-documentary story about the Nevada Test Site and the town of Mercury, Nevada. The installation was part of UCSC's Digital Arts and New Media MFA show in May 2010.

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              • The Misselthwaite Archives


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                The Misselthwaite Archives is a modern adaptation of The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett, told through a series of online videos, images, and written vignettes. Coming to YouTube in January 2015! Find out more at http://misselthwaitearchives.com. Created by Pencil Ink Productions. Follow us for production updates! http://pencilinkproductions.com http://facebook.com/PencilInkProductions http://twitter.com/PencilInkFilm http://pencilinkproductions.tumblr.com http://www.youtube.com/user/PencilInkProductions Music: "Fairytale Waltz" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/

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                • E-vite


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                  Client: Arbor Networks Production Company: Mars Productions, Inc.

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                  • Beat Jumper Documentation


                    from Konstantino Kapetaneas Added 27 0 0

                    Beat Jumper is an online multiplayer game that allows users to interactively create melodic compositions during play. The randomly generated bass and soprano tones blend together to produce a unique melody accompanying the background music.

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