Piotr Kamler - Une Mission Ephemere 1993
"Kamler's animated cinema suggests a singular variety of science fiction. Completely unalike to more conventionally linear and text-based narratives, Kamler's films instead explore a series of dynamic visual motifs. Typically, the conclusion of these films is less suggestive of resolution, than it is of recurring episode."
The Radar by Ryoji Ikeda, Fondation Vasarely.
Somewhere (2013) by Nicolas Ménard
First year film made at the Royal College of Art.
Seeing & Knowing by Ana Catharina Marques, Umesh Janardhanan, and Drew Stock at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design.
"To stay in or go out? Things certainly seem more defined out there, but does higher resolution always equal improvement? The Wachowski Brothers spent three installments of The Matrix meditating on this, the problem of Plato's Cave. We invite you to probe further with Seeing & Knowing.
This project is an interactive installation written in Processing and powered by Microsoft Kinect."
Parametric Space by Zaha Hadid Architects, Kollision, CAVI and Wahlberg.
Zaha Hadid Architects [zaha-hadid.com] worked together with design office Kollision [kollision.dk], CAVI [cavi.au.dk] and Wahlberg [wahlberg.dk] to create the interactive installation 'Parametric Space' for the exhibition 'Zaha Hadid - World Architecture' at the Danish Architecture Centre [dac.dk] 29 June - 29 September 2013.
The installation is a fully parametric space that reacts to the visitors' movements by changing shape and expression. At first glance the installation is a dark rectangular space - four walls, floor and ceiling. But the space change when visitors enter. What appears to be a normal flat ceiling reveals itself as a flexible membrane that starts to glow and physically move down into a funnel shape that slowly reaches out. Stepping closer to the funnel it moves further down; stepping back the membrane draws itself back, too. But the membrane does not only change its shape it is also brought to life by thousands of dynamic light particles inhabiting the surface reacting on the membrane movements, creating an almost dreamy but still tangible experience related to the parametrically architectural language that Zaha Hadid Architects are known for.
AETHER by Thomas Sanchez and Gilberto Castro, Mexico.
"...A series of studies in geometric symmetry, dynamic particles and interactivity on a large format multitouch screens. It explores techniques of manipulating a digital sculpt throughout the interaction of the users. ... The audience are able to alter the geometry and the physics to transform the representation of objects into different viewpoints.... "
The installation consists of a custom designed cabinet and a Glass of 4.30 x 2.20 m with Capacitive Multitouch Technology and 4 projectors. Visuals are writing in C++ using Cinder, TUIO block and Fade2D library.
DAYDREAM V.2 by Noemi Schipfer and Takami Nakamoto (Nonotak Studio) at Insanitus Festival 2013 in Kaunas, Lithuania.
Le Sacre du Printemps - Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab
An interactive real-time generated stereoscopic dance and music project by Klaus Obermaier and Ars Electronica Futurelab, featuring Julia Mach.
Premiered by the Bruckner Orchestra Linz, Dennis Russell Davies.
Please be aware that this is a live performance with STEREOSCOPIC projections, but the YouTube video is only 2D.
Performances at: Royal Festival Hall London, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Taipei Arts Festival, Aarhus Festival, Festival Cervantino Guanajuato/Mexico ...