The Motion Project was a collaboration between a lot of clever creative people working together to create a machine that turns motion into music. The client for the project, Frucor (makers of V energy drink), together with their agency Colenso BBDO, kitted-out a warehouse space for this project to grow in and gathered together a group of talented people from a number of creative fields. http://www.v.co.nz/#the-motion-project We created and designed the live visual spectacle with a music video being produced from the results. We wanted it to be clear that the technology was real and actually being played live. The interface plays a key role in illustrating the idea of the instrument and we designed it to highlight the audio being controlled by the dancer. Design elements like real time tracking and samples being drawn on as they are played all add to authenticity of the performance. The visuals are all created live and the music video is essentially a real document of the night. http://www.assemblyltd.com/ Check out the tech behind the project here: www.custom-logic.com/blog/v-motion-project-the-instrument/ Directors Matt von Trott & Jonny Kofoed Developers Jeff Nusz Paul Sanderson - http://fugitive.co.nz Music Joel Little Ableton James Hayday Dancer Josh Cesan Agency Colenso BBDO Creative Chairman: Nick Worthington Creative Director: Aaron Turk Art Director: Jae Morrison Art Director: Lachlan Palmer-Hubbard Copywriter: Graeme Clark Group Account Director: Tim Ellis Account Director: Samantha Parsons Senior Account Manager: Stefanie Robertson Account Executive: Eileen Cosgrove-Moloney Planner: Andy Mcleish Client Frucor Beverage LTD Marketing Manager: Luke Rive Senior Brand Manager: Cormac Van Den Hoofdakker Production: DOP: Renaud Maire Camera: Clint Rarm, Dan Max Post Production: Editor: Tim Mauger Colourist: Pete Ritchie+ More details
An interactive media installation created in collaboration with Mike Allison. A stretched sheet of spandex acts as a membrane interface sensitive to depth that people can push into and create fire-like visuals and expressively play music. More information available at: http://aaron-sherwood.com/works/firewall Will be used in the performance piece Mizaru created with Kiori Kawai: http://www.purringt.com/mizaru+ More details
Stop motion form and colour, using light painting techniques. Lighting: Kim Pimmel Sound: Tron Legacy trailers I've been interested in taking my Light Study photo series and evolving them into motion pieces. I shot a lot of footage for a VJ gig for FITC San Francisco. So I edited together those stop motion sequences, mashed up some audio from the Tron Legacy trailers, and out came Light Drive. The video is stop motion, so every frame is an individually shot photograph. Each photograph is a long exposure photo, with exposures reaching up to 20 seconds in some cases. To control the lights, I used an Arduino controlled via bluetooth to drive a stepper motor. The stepper motor controls the movements of the lights remotely from Processing. The light sources include cold cathode case lights, EL wire, lasers and more. If you like this video, check out: http://vimeo.com/9630188 Twitter: http://twitter.com/kpimmel Light Studies http://www.flickr.com/photos/djspyhunter/sets/72157615077454920/+ More details
Track: Detritus "Haunted (remix by Niveau Zero)" Taken from Detritus's album "Things Gone Wrong" (adn121) , remixed by Niveau Zero originally released by Ad Noiseam http://www.adnoiseam.net In 2010, scientists succeeded in recreating a miniature version of the Big Bang. Within a few years, some of the universe's deepest secrets may be unlocked. Genesis is another self-initiated personal project that I've written, designed and animated single handedly. It's a 3D short film with a story that revolves around a machine that has the power of creating new, miniature universes. By controlling the universe rotation, it can speed up the time and evolution of the miniature worlds, and with the help of a fancy search engine it can pin point and extract terrestrial planets. Well, it's not very scientifically correct by any means.. Or is it..? You might live in a manufactured miniature world.. Anyway, what would mankind do if they possessed the power of creating new worlds? Probably use it for creating some kind of decorative snow globe. Guaranteed gift of the year. Well, it's not all science fiction, I actually got inspired after reading some interesting articles about the European science agency CERN, who designed the world's biggest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider. This accelerator shoot beams around a freezing 27km concrete ring underground near Geneva, smashing atoms together in search of the elusive "God particle" believed present at the Big Bang. Since it began operating at the end of March 2010, CERN engineers and physicists have created billions of miniature versions of the Big Bang, revealing fundamental insights into the nature of the cosmos. Also, at Lancaster University in UK, physicists unraveling the secrets of how to build a universe. In fact, they have already formed one, or something very much like it. This scientific breakthrough lies in the bottom of a chamber no larger than a pinky finger, filled with helium and cooled to 0.0003 degrees Fahrenheit above absolute zero. There's a short "behind the scenes" here: http://www.andreaswannerstedt.se/motion/genesis/breakdown/+ More details
Adam Ben-Dror | www.ben-dror.com | @adambendror Shanshan Zhou | www.behance.net/sszhou www.ben-dror.com/pinokio/ Pinokio is an exploration into the expressive and behavioural potentials of robotic computing. Customized computer code and electronic circuit design imbues Pinokio with the ability to be aware of its environment, especially people, and to expresses a dynamic range of behaviour. As it negotiates its world, we the human audience can see that Lamp shares many traits possessed by animals, generating a range of emotional sympathies. In the end we may ask: Is Pinokio only a lamp? – a useful machine? Perhaps we should put the book aside and meet a new friend. Processing, Arduino, and OpenCV. New Zealand Best Awards - Interactive Category - Gold | 2013 Click Suite Prize for Innovation and Excellence in Media Design - Winner | 2012 Joss Doggett - Asistant Music "Do You See Me?" by Jared C. Balogh | www.alteredstateofmine.net+ More details
Metamorphosis is a generative, algorithmic animation programmed entirely in Processing (www.processing.org) Music is by Boards of Canada. The same animation system is now available as 'Zio' - an interactive iPhone app - www.itunes.com/apps/zio my website- www.butterfly.ie+ More details
Music video for Catalina, a track off the Chocolat EP (https://www.beatport.com/en-US/html/content/release/detail/317674/Chocolat%20EP) by Moullinex, released in January on Gomma Records. Done with Kinect + Processing + Cinema 4D + After Effects. Concept: Luis Clara Gomes, Luis Calçada Visuals: Luis Calçada Programming: Luis Clara Gomes Editing: Francisco Costa And a big thank you to Joana Nobre and Paulo Raimundo. Here's a detailed walkthrough (plus source files and examples if you wanna do something with this): http://moullinex.tumblr.com/post/3180520798/catalina-music-video+ More details
all sound & vision by the denial.of.service ©2015 - Creators.Project.Blog.Vice : http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/video-artist-makes-human-data-writhe-like-liquid-metal - Optimal.Human.Modulation website : http://optimalhumanmodulation.com/2015/02/02/glitch-visual-bliss-and-intense-edm/ - the Jellyfishact Blog : http://blog.thejellyfishact.com/thejellyfishact/2015/3/2/kinect-vision-meets-data-mosh-contour-shape-denial-of-service all shots (of myself & surroundings) were achieved entirely on the MS Kinect v1. PC & Z data were captured & manipulated with Brekel, Processing and Meshlab. sequences were rendered in 3DSMax with Krakatoa & Vray / After Effects with Trapcode Form. datamoshing & further glitch was mostly accomplished with ruby code & processing. audio : Roland TR-808 & SH-101, Oberheim DMX, Clavia NordLead IIX, AKAI S-950, Yamaha CS15, Doepfer A-100 & MAQ 16/3. https://www.facebook.com/dof.service https://soundcloud.com/states https://www.behance.net/states http://d-os.org+ More details
Made with Processing. Audio by Goldfrapp ("Lovely Head" off her first album). Working on a way to integrate lyrics into the visualizers. Read about my process here... http://www.flight404.com/blog/?p=111 Yay, the bitrate was the problem (thanks to whomever suggested it... sorry, but in deleting the older version, I lost the comments.). So here it is in HD.+ More details
Since its beginning on 4chan, the internet-driven collective Anonymous has emerged as one of the leading hacktivist movements, targeting high-profile institutions with fearless cyber attacks. Looking into how this collective of online hackers went from pranksters to vigilantes for global justice lead to an intriguing discovery of unique qualities that form Anonymous. A certain tonal element of Anonymous resonated with me and immediately translated into an exciting aesthetic I was eager to take on. There is a mesmerizing and compelling, but also terrifying quality to the dynamic spread of a collective who’s story is being written with every new day and operation. Created as my Senior project at Savannah College of Art and Design (B.F.A Motion Media Design 2015). Credits: Design, Animation, Sound: Chris Finn Script: Chris Finn, Joe Dunlap VO: Joe Dunlap Lighting/Shoot Assistants: Linzy Hayes, Sarah Rocco Special thanks: Minho Shin, John Colette Inspired by the writings of Gabriella Coleman. Process at http://www.chrisfinn.tv Featured Interview Motionographer: http://www.motionographer.com/2015/06/15/behind-the-scenes-donning-the-digital-mask-anonymous/+ More details
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