Acqua Alta, présentation by Adrien M & Claire B
"Un projet qui se déploie en plusieurs temps : un spectacle mêlant corps et images ; un livre en pop-up à regarder en réalité augmentée ; une expérience pour casque de réalité virtuelle."
Mirages et miracles - trailer
by Adrien M & Claire B
Mixed Reality - THEORIZ - RnD test 002
"Second test of our currently in research and development technology for audiovisual production, using in house tracking system (Augmenta) and Vive VR tracking technologies with real time video and projection mapping in space."
Exhibition: Der zweite Blick / Second Glance by Büro Achter April and Carolin Jörg.
Observer interactions trigger animation projected onto abstract drawings. Static images gain new layers, opening up the potential for new interpretations.
“Second Glance” emerged as a collaboration between the animation specialists at BÜRO ACHTER APRIL and Stuttgart-based artist CAROLIN JÖRG.
Lyrics by Marie-Alice Schultz
Sound by Marc Fragstein and Denis Elmaci
Les paysages abstraits by Adrien M. / Claire B. Xyzt
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.
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