Google is breeding the young minds of the next generation of artists.
Don’t take me wrong, it’s not my opinion, it’s simply what Google states in the marketing campaign (see heading images) that is accompanying the infamous DevArt exhibition at the Barbican in London.......
Projet EVA produces new media art installations and performances.
The works of Projet EVA are connected to themes of loss, restriction and contradictive experiential conditions and focus on problematics related to relationships between individuals, computer systems and their physical extensions. The exploitation of technological means in an attempt to deprogram percepts is central to the works of Projet EVA. The scope of the collective’s artistic activities spans over robotics, electronics, video and audio.
Reface [Portrait Sequencer] is a surreal video mash-up that composes endless combinations of its visitors’ faces. Based on the Victorian “Exquisite Corpse” parlor game, the Reface installation records and dynamically remixes brief video slices of its viewers’ mouths, eyes and brows.
Reface uses face-tracking techniques to allow automatic alignment and segmentation of its participants’ faces. As a result, visitors to the project can move around freely in front of the display without worrying about lining up their face for the system’s camera. The video clips recorded by the project are “edited” by the participants’ own eye blinks. Blinking also triggers the display to advance to the next set of face combinations. ...
Ya estamos de buena mañana con la sexta entrega del curso para aprender origami en español.en este tutorial os enseñare a hacer la mas clásica de las figuras clásicas, la pajarita de papel, espero que os guste :)
Created along with the english indie band The xx, Matt Mets, Aramique Krauthamer and Kyle McDonald created an exhibit that incorporates the band’s music into a room full of stepper motor controlled speakers that pivot to follow listeners as they move through the space.
Missing is part of Coexist, an exhibition cycle at the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles that attempts to explore the “relationship between man and machine.” The Missing part of that exhibit, on display through Dec. 23, uses 50 speakers, two hacked Kinect 3-D cameras, and a whole lot of code and robotics to create an environment where people are moving through the music and interacting with the speakers, without even trying. – writes Wired.
Development took about 6 weeks from accepted pitch to opening night. Matt Mets developed a system that uses stepper motors with potentiometers (in place of servos) in combination with a custom pcb that is a modified version of an old open source makerbot stepper driver (Matt used to work for makerbot). After a lot of laser cutting and machining used to fabricate the mounts, the pcb on each mount is powered and controlled by a single ethernet cable which is daisy chained along the ceiling of the installation. These are controlled by a single ethernet cable connected to a teensy plugged into the Mac Mini which is also connected to two Kinects that follow the visitor through the space. ...
Baby Alpaca's singer Chris Kittrell based the video for his band's "Sea of Dreams" on an actual dream. The finished product is both calming and surreal, with layered images of planes, boats, blimps, fish, lighthouses, trains and flying cars.
Pour faire écho à l’empreinte japonaise de la Cité des arts et notamment à son système de « pixels » qui rythme le bâtiment, et en résonance avec la collection du Frac qui se concentre sur la question du temps et du son, l’installation test pattern [n°4] de l’artiste et musicien japonais Ryoji Ikeda invite le visiteur à entrer dans un univers ultra-contemporain, à faire l’expérience d’une immersion dans l’image, la lumière et un son électronique minimal.
test pattern est un programme informatique qui convertit en temps réel les signaux, qu’ils soient sonores, comme c’est le cas ici, textuels, ou visuels, en images de codes barres ou de données informatiques binaires constituées de 0 et 1. L’installation est composée d’images projetées sur une surface au sol de 12m x 3 m accompagnée par un dispositif sonore.
La vitesse extrême des images noir et blanc - des centaines de compositions par seconde –quasi en effet stroboscopique, est une expérimentation sur les limites de la perception pour le visiteur en référence aux tests de fonctionnement des appareils de diffusion (les « test pattern » sont aussi le nom donné aux mires qui permettent de tester les images des téléviseurs).
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