1. Cell


    from Christoph De Boeck / Added

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    CELL is an installation that consists of a steel cylinder (Ø 160cm; H 250cm) which is freely accessible and of a web of wireless sensor blackboxes. On several spots these sensors measure fine vibrations that occur within the building or in the environment. The steel cocoon receives those vibrations and amplifies the low frequencies across its inner surfaces. Sound is distributed over the steel surfaces through six to nine powerful transducers which are mounted inside the double cylinder shell. The work acts as a focus point of contact events between bodies and architecture. As soon as vibrations resonate with the steel they are registered and stored. The events recorded are looped and slowly rise in pitch over time. The cylinder assumes the function of a repository for infrastructure vibrations, while producing a moaning melody coloured by the steel’s resonance. The melody is always in transformation as it is combined of pitchshifted tones and the arrival of new low energy content from realtime vibrations. All low frequencies evaporate after some hours when they have lost all of their materiality and they leave the steel sculpture’s memory as high-frequency remainders.

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    • Abscess


      from Noctivagant / Added

      9,304 Plays / / 6 Comments

      I'll make a tutorial of this animation, when I upload it, I'll add the link to the description. Two weeks ago I had a dental surgery and when came home high on anesthetics I had to take my mind away from the huge blob on the left side of my face. So I've started to experiment with metaballs, mograph, and proximal shader. Most of the information I found on the internet were rather simple (single channel, usually color etc.) Also I had other troubles like animation getting stuck on preparing stage, flicker free GI etc. So I've decided that I'll share the experiment, just stay tuned. And a month later tutorial is here (scene files included) Part 1 : http://vimeo.com/40561603 Part 2 : http://vimeo.com/40630866

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      • 2011, Under Cover I (by Anna Anders)


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        HD. „Under Cover“ includes a serie of video sequences projected onto white textiles in different quality and size as pillows, blankets, towels, carpets or mattresses. Under the textile something seems to move constantly. One can hear the rustling of the cloth and observe the formation of the bundle. The viewer is barely able to recognize if the shadows and folds are real or projected. Old fears from childhood arouse.

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        • Turbulent Hair


          from Josh Beavers / Added

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          While procrastinating at Starbucks, I made this stupid video experimenting with hair objects and turbulence. www.joshbeavers.com

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          • Object Runway


            from Slavik Boyechko / Added

            For KAKM: Edited by Slavik Boyechko. Produced by Travis Gilmour. Interviewers: Pat Yack, Christina Young, Kristin Spack. Event Recording & Live-Feed Projection Design: Progressive Media Alaska. Videographers: Mariko Sarafin, Shane Reeves, Jack Clair. Spotlight Operator: Aron Johnson Live Feed Technical Director: Brandon McElroy

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              from Institut für Kunstdokumentation / Added

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              FABIAN MARCACCIO IM MUSEUM HAUS ESTERS KREFELD SOME USA STORIES 18. MÄRZ - 19. AUGUST 2012 Some USA Stories nennt der argentinische Maler Fabian Marcaccio (*1963, Rosario de Santa Fe, lebt und arbeitet in New York, USA) seine neueste, speziell für die Ausstellung der Kunstmuseen Krefeld entwickelte Serie von 12 Werken, die sich thematisch der dunklen Seite der jüngsten amerikanischen Geschichte widmet. Der mexikanische Drogenkrieg, das Waco-Desaster in Texas, der von Jim Jones verordnete Massenselbstmord in Guyana, das Falludscha Massaker oder die Schülermorde an der Columbine School markieren die gesellschaftliche Brisanz, die aus den monumentalen Gemälden herauszulesen ist. Wie in seinen früheren Werken und Werkgruppen ist diese inhaltliche Aussage der Arbeiten eng verknüpft mit einer Reflexion der medialen Mittel. So wird man die genannten gesellschaftlichen Themen erst bei einer Betrachtung aus räumlicher Distanz erahnen, denn die Abbilder erwachsen aus einer äußerst dicken Farbmaterie, die auch als solche präsent bleibt. Wir durften den documenta-Teilnehmer beim Aufbau in Krefeld begleiten! Kurator: Martin Hentschel Ein Film von Ralph Goertz Filmed with AF 101, Arri LWZ-1 www.iks-medienarchiv.de www.kunstmuseenkrefeld.de

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              • 30 pieces


                from Theodora Kyrgia / Added

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                Video 3 | Part of my thesis project entitled "30 PIECES| changeable garment of (inter)personal use" in University of Thessaly, Bachelor of Architecture.

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                • Take the Weather Inside


                  from melbo / Added

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                  Take the Weather Inside. Sunshine, clouds, rain, heat or cold, in one way or another, everyone is influenced by the weather. If we are inside a room, windows serve as a connection between us and the weather. Through our windows, we see wind playing with the leaves, rainy streets or people enjoying the summer heat. Through these indicators, we are able to tell the weather conditions by a single glance out of our windows. To give us a more specific idea of the current weather, we developed precise instruments like the thermometer that transform the weather conditions into processable data. "Take the Weather Inside" visualizes the data gathered by these instruments through the weather indicators beyond our windows. A self engineered wind engine is used to measure the wind strength outside. The data gathered by this instrument is transmitted to an object inside that transforms the information into a visual output (e.g. flipping pages of a book represent the wind strength).

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                  • GeekTutz.com : Object-Oriented Programming ( OOP )


                    from GeekTutz / Added

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                    Today's screencasts covers a full-depth on how to use OOP in your favour. How to use Classes, Extensions, Functions with PHP! Today's most important websites use Classes to handle all the information, so don't stay out of it!

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                    • NOOG #3


                      from Nnfenren / Added

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