INTERWORLDS - screengrab by Boris Chimp 504 (Rodrigo Carvalho + Miguel Neto)
"INTERWORLDS is an audiovisual installation where a composition of light, image and sound explores the intersections between a physical space and a virtual one. Therefore the audience can relate to the piece through the relation they build with a moving “audiovisual object”.
InterWorlds aims to make the public reflect on the relationship we currently have between the real and virtual world(s) and how increasingly the latter is present in our lives. InterWorlds can be understood as a portal to and from other worlds, a fine line between the real and the virtual, a synchronicity between this universe and [other] parallel worlds.
Realtime visuals made with VUO, sound on Ableton."
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."
by mike pelletier
Animation: Mike Pelletier mikepelletier.net
Sound: Dylan Galletly fullforcewolfhorse.com
EMBODYMENTO. Architecture Mapping Dance Performance by KOTKI visuals
Nothing happens VR installation
Michelle & Uri Kranot
The Future of Music360
by Greg Barth
Enter the world of Carré Bleu, an artist and composer who is shaping the music of tomorrow by creating gravity and time defying human instruments.
in this surreal pop mockumentary, Carré Bleu opens up about his exclusive music production methods.
© Copyright Hello play! 2016
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."
Escape Route360 by Dirk Koy
"A 360° trip through photogrammed city pieces of Basel."
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