1. GoodMorning! Full Render #2


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    GoodMorning! is a Twitter visualization tool which shows about 11,000 tweets collected over a 24 hour period between August 20th and 21st. The tweets were harvested to find people saying 'good morning' in English as well as several other languages. The tweets appear as blocks and are colour-coded. Green tweets are early in the morning, orange tweets are at about 9am, and red tweets are later in the morning. Black tweets are 'out-of-time' messages (sent at times that aren't in the morning at that location). Built in Processing (http://www.processing.org) using Twitter4J, and a home-brewed client for MetaCarta's geo-parsing APIs. For more information, visit my blog - http://blog.blprnt.com

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    • Chronotopic Anamorphosis


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      This video shows the test of a software developed as a programming exercise. The image is digitally manipulated by fragmenting it into horizontal lines and then combining lines from different frames in the display. The result is a distorsion of the figures caused by their motion in time, or, as Brazilian researcher Arlindo Machado calls it: chronotopic anamorphosis. The effect was completely based on Zbigniew Rybczynski's "The Fourth Dimension", but transposed to Processing programming environment and performed in real-time. The software still has some memory issues, specially when the image rendering is combined with video recording, as it can be seen in this video. This experiment was made within the context of Marginalia Project. More information about it, as well as the source code of this software [soon], can be found at marginalia-project.blogspot.com.

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      • MSAFluid for processing (Controlled by iPhone)


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        This is a demo of MSAFluid, a java/processing library for solving real-time fluid dynamics simulations based on Navier-Stokes equations and Jos Stam's paper. In this video, being controlled by MSA Remote for iPhone (via TUIO / OSC over wifi). Source code/download and more info at http://www.memo.tv/msafluid_for_processing UPDATE: MSA Remote is now available on the appstore. http://www.msavisuals.com/iphone/msaremote

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        • Montblanc Generative Artworks


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          Generative Artwork created for Montblanc commissioned by Scholz&Volkmer in collaboration with Christopher Warnow soundesign by Jens Fischer More images and information about the process: http://www.onformative.com/work/montblanc-artworks/

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          • SuperCollider Shape - Joao Martinho Moura (2011) - Ars Electronica 2012


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            Tittle: "Super Collider Shape (2011)" - João Martinho Moura (http://www.jmartinho.net) Included in the curated Ars Electronica Animation Festival 2012. Exhibited in Linz, Austria, in the Ars Electronica Festival 2012. http://www.aec.at/thebigpicture/files/2012/08/FE_2012_AnimationsFestival_Folder_A5_LowRes.pdf and in a series of countries: http://www.aec.at/international/en/2012/11/21/ars-electronica-animation-festival-2012-wieder-auf-tour/#more-1080 About this excerpt at vimeo: Excerpt of exhibition at the Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance, Berlin 2nd December 2011 A minimal continuous audiovisual sculpture of sound and imagined black ink exploring Supercollider generative sound algorithms. The author is grateful to Alberto de Campo, Julian Rohrhuber and James McCartney for the inspiration on the Super Collider path. Major noise sounds were recorded in a custom made software, developed in Super Collider and Processing, using an EEG interface, doing brain signal analytics, except the piano, witch was recorded live. The processing program was connected to Super Collider via OSC protocol. Project page: http://jmartinho.net/super-collider-shape/ About the author: João Martinho Moura is a Portuguese Interactive Media Artist. His interests are focused on intelligent interfaces, digital art, digital music and computational aesthetics. João Martinho Moura has presented his work and research in a variety of conferences related to the arts and technology, including the International Festival for the Post-Digital Creation Culture OFFF (2008), World Congress on Communication and Arts (2010), SHiFT - Social and Human Ideas for Technology (2009), International Symposium on Computational Aesthetics in Graphics, Visualization, and Imaging - CAe (2008), ARTECH (2008), ARTECH (2010), Computer Interaction (2009), International Creative Arts Fair (2008), ZON Multimédia Premium (2008), Le Corps Numérique - Centre Culturel Saint-Exupéry (2011), International Conference on Tangible, Embedded and Embodied Interaction (2011), ARS ELECTRONICA Linz (2012). His work has been shown in a variety of places in Portugal, Brasil, UK,France, Hong Kong, Austria and Belgium. João Martinho Moura is undertaking research, at University of Minho’s, EngageLAB, and is an invited professor at the Master Program in Technology and Digital Arts (MTAD), at University of Minho, Portugal, teaching Programming for Digital Arts. João Martinho Moura http://www.jmartinho.net João Martinho Moura list of Exhibitions and Conferences: http://jmartinho.net/exhibitions/ João Martinho Moura list of Publications: http://jmartinho.net/publications/ http://www.twitter.com/jmartinho http://www.facebook.com/jmartinho.net List of exhibitions: Ars Electronica Festival 2012, Linz / Austria Lab for Electronic Arts and Performance 2011, Berlin / Germany September 27th – November 4th 2012, donumenta, Regensburg / Germany September 28th – October 14th 2012, Beijing Design Week 2012, CMoDA (China Millennium Monument Museum of Digital Arts), Beijing / China October 04th 2012, in the framework of AniFest Prag, Galerie u Prstenu, Prag / Czech Republic October 2012, Center for the Promotion of Science, Belgrade / Serbia October 8th – 28th 2012, Queensland University of Technology, QUT Creative Industries Precinct / Parer Place Screen, Queensland / Australia October 26th 2012, Austrian Cultural Institute Rome, Italy November 07th 2012, Open City Workshop and Conference, Katowice / Poland November 07th – 10th 2012, Pro&Contra of Media Culture, Krasnoyarsk / Russia November 08th – 11th 2012, Espacio Enter project of Artechmedia, Tenerife / Spain November 30th – December 01st 2012, NMM Sweden (New Media Meeting Sweden), Norrkoping/Sweden December 07th -25th 2012, Asia University, Taichung Government Hall, Taichung / Taiwan February 14th 2013, Cinem@rt in Roppongi, Tokyo / Japan February 28th 2013, 7pm, Austrian Cultural Forum London / Great Britain March 06th 2013, at 7pm at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque, Tel Aviv International Animation Festival / Israel March 8th – 11th 2013, CerModern, Ankara / Turkey (more info about the event via Facebook) March 28th -31st 2013, Electron 10 Festival, Geneve / Switzerland April 08th 2013, 6pm, Holon Cinematheque, Holon/Israel April 11th – May 11th 2013, Austrian Film Weeks in Kiev, Odessa, Lviv and Czernowitz/Ukraine Future Places 2011, Porto / Portugal

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            • Kepler Exoplanet Candidates


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              This is a visualization of the 1236 exoplanet candidates observed by Kepler. As you can see, the vast majority of these planets orbit their stars at a distance less than Earth. This is likely due to the relatively short observation period - it is highly probable that many more planets will be found as the duration of study increases. Two candidates are highlighed: KOI 326.01 and KOI 314.02. Out of all the candidates, those two may have the best chances of satisfying some of the "habitability" criteria astronomers tend to use. A lot of help in making this video came from Lee Billings - who provided key astronomical advice and included the visualizations in his guest blogger posts at BoingBoing: http://www.boingboing.net/2011/02/08/a-new-view-of-the-ga.html Built with Processing (http://www.processing.org) http://blog.blprnt.com twitter: @blprnt

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              • Digital Grotesque - 日本語 (Japanese)


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                Video about the Digital Grotesque project - 3D printing sandstone - at the Materializing exhibition at Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai). The model shown is a 1:3 prototype of a fully-enclosed room that is entirely 3D printed and is currently under construction. See http://digital-grotesque.com for updates and further project images See http://materialzing.org for information on the materializing exhibition in Tokyo.

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                • The Nest That Sailed The Sky (test)


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                  Music by Peter Gabriel. this is a work in progress, new version in development..... www.butterfly.ie

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                  • Advanced Beauty


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                    • Bodysnatchers - Zeno Music Visualiser


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                      This is my first attempt at music visualisation, using the Processing programming language, building on the Zeno animation system I've been developing for my first two videos Music is Math and Metamorphosis. This time it's Radiohead with their Bodysnatchers track from In Rainbows. What has helped this particular form of music visualisation is that it's already based on a pre-existing generative animation system, so the audio reaction just adds another dimension. It's a 50/50 generative + audio reactive piece. More info at www.butterfly.ie

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