1. Approximation Festival 2013 Trailer


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    Approximation Festival 2013 26. - 30. November 2013 Salon Des Amateurs & Filmwerkstatt Düsseldorf Film by Simon Stimberg Camera Lilian Czolbe & Lennart Saathoff Soundmix Steffen Sennert Live-Sound Provided by Der-Gute-Ton.de Line Up: Simon James Phillips David Cunningham & Rie Nakajima Piano Interrupted Winfried Ritsch Wolfgang Voigt Tonia Reeh & Rudi Fischerlehner Eviyan. IIva Bittová, Gyan Riley, Evan Ziporyn Erdem Helvacioglu Valgeir Sigurdsson & Nadia Sirota DJ´s Andrew Palmers Lena Willikens Frank D´Arpino Eiger Nordwand

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    • Approximation Festival 2013 Trailer


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      Trailer for the Approximation Festival, Düsseldorf with performances and impressions from the festival 2013 http://www.approximation-festival.de

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      • steirischer herbst 2013 & musikprotokoll: metamusic & Ex Machina Dei


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        steirischer herbst 2013 & musikprotokoll alien productions (AT) "metamusic" Uraufführung 03/10 - 06/10, 10.00 - 18.00 GrazMuseum http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2013/deutsch/kalender/kalender.php?eid=32 http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2013/english/calendar/calendar.php?eid=32 Robert Lepenik (AT) / Winfried Ritsch (AT) "Ex Machina Dei" Uraufführung 03/10 - 05/10, 15.00 - 15.00 durchgehened St. Andrä-Kirche http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2013/deutsch/kalender/kalender.php?eid=33 http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2013/english/calendar/calendar.php?eid=33

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        • Radiomoto


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          Radiomoto (Clemens Amon) - Klanginstallation für sechs Radios, Servomotoren und Mikrocontroller im Sinne von John Cage. Ausgestellt (UA) vom 4. bis zum 8.12.2012 im Rahmen von "Stille", einer Hommage an John Cage zu dessen 100. Geburtstag, im Kulturzentrum bei den Minoriten / Graz / Österreich. Nach dem Grundsatz "Kosmos und nicht Chaos" wird die Omnipräsenz von Information im Äther zur Basis eines spielbaren Instruments. Im "continous mode" übernimmt ein digitaler Algorithmus die Aufgabe des Spielers und generiert "I Ging" Codes, die dem System als Partituren dienen. Unterstützt durch: atelier algorithmics (Winfried Ritsch), Otto-Maurer-Fonds und IEM Graz. Weitere Informationen unter: http://goo.gl/QlUMZ (Programmzeitung) http://kultum.at http://iem.at http://algo.mur.at

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          • Peter Venus - Extended View Toolkit


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            Authors: Peter Venus, Marian Weger, Cyrille Henry, Winfried Ritsch The Extended View Toolkit is a set of abstractions developed using Pd/GEM and the openGL capabilities of GEM. The motivation to create systems, that are able to produce media with a wider projection area lies in our own visual and aural capabilities: nature gave us the ability to gather visual information with an angle of almost 180 degrees and to detect acoustic sensations in 360 degrees around us. Although relevant information gets filtered, so that there is a center of focus we can concentrate on, these abilities form our main ambience perception. Even more, we tend to "turn our heads" towards an event that attracts our attention. Based around this motivation and the idea of the universal usage of such a toolkit, it was intended to create a open-source and community driven project to experiment and realise panoramic video in combination with complex projection environments to create immersive media experiences in different setups. Furthermore, the camera system built for the project incorporated common webcams to make experimenting possible at low development costs. The toolkit can be divided into two basic parts: the image-merging part and the projection part. The source for the image-merging (stitching) part is generated with a multiple-camera system, where the cameras are horizontally aligned on a circle to cover a panoramic-viewing area. With the help of the toolkit, those sources can then be combined into one continuous image or video stream. The abstractions of the toolkit are taking care of the edge-blending, as well as the correction of lens-distortion, which is caused by optics and arrangement of the cameras. Those features are implemented with the help of openGL shaders in order to keep CPU-usage at a minimum. The second part of this set of abstractions aims at the creation of multi-screen and multi-projector environments, not only to display a correct representation of the generated panoramic material, but to enable easy creation of immersive visual media environments and video mapping. These abstractions can be combined to form big screens out of multiple projectors with edge blending between overlapping borders of single projectors and contains a vertex model that can be adjusted in 4 points for plane surfaces, respectively 9 points for curved surfaces and correction of projection distortions. Thus, projection mapping on challenging geometric objects and forms is possible and easy to realise. Since every single projection-abstraction reads the same framebuffer, the abstractions can be adjusted in a way, that just a portion of this framebuffer is displayed on each instance individually. That way it is possible to combine multiple abstractions to form fragments of a big image, which reassemble into one big continuous screen. These vertex and texture features are also implemented with openGL shaders within GEM. The Extended View Toolkit was originally developed at the IEM for the Comedia-Project “Extended View Streamed“. http://www.uni-weimar.de/medien/wiki/PDCON:Conference/Extended_View_Toolkit

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            • Heptapiano (Winfried Ritsch) @ ARS Electronica 2011


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              Heptapiano piano space for 7 automatic players concept, composition&programming: Winfried Ritsch(IEM- Institute for Electronic Music and Acoustics Graz) machinists: Marian Weger, Mathias Kronlachner, Peter Innerhofer video: Peter Venus automated piano: Serie Rhea by Atelier Algorythmics algo.mur.at/​projects/​autoklavierspieler/​performances/​heptapiano

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              • Klavierautomat @ Paperbox


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                Klavierautomat performance at ZWEIKLANG: MENSCH - MASCHINE 2011, Old Paper Mill, Neubruck/Scheibbs.

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                • Heptapiano (Winfried Ritsch), Ars Electronica 2011


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                  https://algo.mur.at/projects/autoklavierspieler/performances/heptapiano http://www.aec.at/origin/en/2011/08/08/lange-konzertnacht/

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                  • maschinenhalle #1 trailer


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                    • Gaigg / Lang / Ritsch / Harnoncourt: Machine shop #1


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                      steirischer herbst 2010 Gaigg / Lang / Ritsch / Harnoncourt (A) "Machine shop #1" Fri 24/09 & Sat 25/09, 7.30 pm, Helmut-List-Halle Together, choreographer Christine Gaigg, composer Bernhard Lang, computer musician Winfried Ritsch, and light designer and stage designer Philipp Harnoncourt create a cross-genre art work specially for the Helmut-List-Halle for the opening of steirischer herbst, whose individual elements are connected by invisible threads: twelve dancers in a close mutual dependency with twelve computer-controlled automaton-pianos – who is playing whom is no longer distinguishable. The shop, the machines and the people become a meta-machine whose rules determine the processes. http://www.steirischerherbst.at/2010/english/calendar/calendar.php?eid=53

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