EncuadrArte by Pedro Deltell
BI-MA Interactive Installation for the Artdemossa. TorpeDeArte Collective.
El 24 de Julio en el Artdemossa durante las fiestas de Valdemossa Oigovisiones Team montó una fiesta-pipote con 5 proyectores reciclados, un par de cámaras, 8 ordenadores y una triplehead2go. ¡Este es el resultado!
"Highly Strung" by Dave Jones.
The performance of Highly Strung featuring the giant 14 meter puppet took place on the night of October 28th 2011 during the Nati Frinj festival. The puppet took ten people to operate and had animation (largely created by the children at the local primary school) projected onto it from projectors mounted both on the ground and in the head of the puppet itself. Music by Stephen Oakes
Filmed by, Jacqui Schulz, Dave Jones, Gareth Llewellin and Cindi Drennan
More on http://theartofdave.blogspot.com.au
Curious Creatures by Jimmy McGilchrist
"Strange encounters are reported from the festival site as inquisitive and beautiful creatures venture in from the surrounding woods."
Curious Creatures is a large scale augmented reality projection project combining high end animation, sound design, gaming, installation art and electronic music. The work has been designed to reach new audiences in the festival environment. In 2011 Curious Creatures was installed at the Lismore Lantern Parade in Lismore NSW and Splendour in the Grass festival in Woodfordia QLD Australia.
Night Bright by Emily Gobeille & Theo Watson
Night Bright is an interactive installation of nocturnal discovery where children use their bodies to light up the nighttime forest and discover the creatures that inhabit it. Listening to the creatures' sounds children can locate them in the forest, as they play a nighttime game of hide and seek.
Design I/O: design-io.com
Created for Bumble Los Altos: bumblelosaltos.com
Music for this video created by Diederik Idenburg / MOST Original Soundtracks. m-ost.nl
LA BOITE by Studio G&M
VLES light installation by inty friendly interactions.
"Installation offers the viewer to feel the atmosphere of the mystical forest and meet its inhabitants, by moving the light beam through the panoramic visual surface."
"Tiny People Tribe", Gallery Installation, Seoul, South Korea
by Motomichi Studio