1. mayer+empl . std35 . video mapping performance . 2015


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    std35_150405 video mapping performance studio35 | Munich | March 2015 mayer+empl project 2015_057 mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/

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    • Maya C++ API - viewport collision objects


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      So, my first plugin just came out .. this is just some working around with deformers, data handlers and matrices in Maya's API. Still there's much work to do .. still work in progress.

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      • Real Time Interior Rendering in Unreal Engine (Photo-Realistic Architectural Visualization): Minimalist Apartment - UE4Arch


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        Learn more at http://goo.gl/yj41M2. The Unreal Engine scene file is available at http://goo.gl/yj41M2. Architectural Visualization made for Unreal Engine 4.7. This demo is running at 60FPS on a GeForce GTX 780. Control character with WASD keyboard keys. Keyboard/Mouse commands: Press “M” to menu. You can change the daytime to Day and Night using the Menu.

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        • Asics Beat The Sun - commercial for Dmax, Real Time, Deejay


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          Commercial for Asics Beat The Sun Copywriter: Alessandra Menozzi Talent: Virginia Nanni Production Company: JumpCut Media Director: Massimo Staiti

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          • Turbulence.org Commission: "Prototype #44, Net Pirate Number Station" by Yoshi Sodeoka v2 (2004)


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            Screen-capture from http://archive.turbulence.org/works/sodeoka/ (OSX 10.6.8, Firefox 37, 1280 X 800) Prototype #44, Net Pirate Number Station is essentially a short-wave radio "number" station broadcasting over the internet. Enter and you will hear random web-generated number sequences read aloud by prerecorded video host personalities. Calming and trancelike — in a droning and perhaps vaguely threatening way — Prototype #44 was inspired by the many "Spy Numbers Stations" that sprang up in intelligence communities around the globe during the 1960s. These stations still exist in the shadowcultures of the world today - in Europe, South America, Asia, Africa and the Middle East - everywhere. “We are proud to take our place in this community, amorphous as it may be.” Interactivity has been kept to a minimum. Users are encouraged to enjoy themselves. Welcome to our station. Prototype #44, Net Pirate Number Station" is essentially a transmitter of random web-based numbers. It works simply. We access major corporate news websites, parse text data from them, convert the data into numbers, filter the numbers and then transmit them to you using a prerecorded video host personality. We pick our news websites at random, more or less. Meaning that after parsing a specific webpage for numbers and transmitting those numbers to you, our program chooses a random word in the webpage to seed a search engine query and a new webpage is located and the cycle starts over again. It will go on and on indefinitely because there are, in theory, endless webpages, more every minute, and our hosts are prerecorded, and thus always ready. So you may enjoy our station forever, if you like. Like the shortwave number stations that emerged in the former Soviet Union and continue to exist in shadowcultures around the globe, our station will not offer a definitive explanation for its transmissions. Why do we parse the major corporate websites to find our data? Why do we believe that this will be entertaining to you? Why do we hope to offer a mystical experience? These are questions that you will have to answer for yourself. Are we too obsessed with the media? Are there already enough websites offering number-related content? Are we wrong about the nature of a mystical experience? These are more questions that you will have to answer by yourself. Ultimately, we can only say that we hope you, the user, will look for meaning where there many not seem to be meaning. Like the medieval man before you, who saw a book but once in his life — as a child — and could not read it, but carried in his mind the image of that book through all his days and nights and died happily thinking of that book, we believe that that there is great value and the possibility of undreamed of happiness in things we cannot fully understand. To put this another way, we believe, in effect, that we are not wrong about the nature of a mystical experience. The things that we first find quizzical and perplexing may ultimately guide us on the path to wisdom. And if we ourselves do not understand every first thing that we see or hear, but rather trancelike are guided through our lives and perhaps into our children's lives, is this so wrong? Review: "Don't Touch That Dial!" Surveillance culture isn't a new thing really. Remember the Cold War - nuclear proliferation, international espionage, all that? Well now you can experience all those feelings of alienation and paranoia but with a new media twist. Brought to you by Turbulence.org, founding member of New York based C505 Yoshi Sodeoka's Prototype #44, Net Pirate Number Station takes you back to the Cold War era when shortwave radio anticipated the internet's capacity for anonymous, surreptitious worldwide communication. The 'numbers stations,' it is believed, were used by military powers to broadcast coded number sequences to spies in the field. Delivered in a repetitive monotone, usually by a female voice, the eerie transmissions developed a cult following and infiltrated the arts through jazz and electronic music. Sodeoka's project uses the numbers stations as a model for a tongue-in-cheek, James Bond Meets Kazaa critique of new art culture itself, in which text "pirated" from websites is converted into numbers and delivered to visitors by three prerecorded video host personalities. Cold, detached, and just boring enough to be interesting, this station might be the new big thing." - Peggy MacKinnon, Net Art News, Rhizome.org

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            • Noche. Sebastián Escofet


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              Del disco Universo en Miniatura. Live visuals by Prack!Vj Ver en HD! - Puedes ver todos los vídeos del álbum Universo en Miniatura en https://vimeo.com/album/3221941

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              • Kinect Unity3D Pointclound voxes


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                Kinect Unity3D Pointclound voxes info: superaldo@gmail.com

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                • Cyclop - use your head as a controller


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                  How it works: Face is detected from webcam stream User can activate the laser by squinting his eyes User can control laser direction by rotating his head Read more about project: http://www.pshkvsky.com/ This game was made using openFrameworks and openCV libraries such as (ofxCV, ofxOpenCV) while I was studying at School for poetic computation http://sfpc.io/

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                  • mayer+empl . hff . interactive light sculpture . munich . 2015


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                    hff_150504 interactive light sculpture DOK.fest/DOK.forum | HFF | München | Mai 2015 mayer+empl project 2015_058 mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/

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                    • mayer+empl . hff . interactive light sculpture . munich . 2015


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                      hff_150505 interactive light sculpture DOK.fest/DOK.forum | HFF | München | Mai 2015 mayer+empl project 2015_058 mayer+empl architectural space intervention http://www.mayerempl.de/ http://mayerempl.wordpress.com/

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