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Live Image Proposal – Push The Button

Posted by mang on March 3rd, 2006 filed in Live Image Processing, School, Video

Push The Button – Simnuke and 60 Years of the Atomic Bomb On July 16, 1945 the beginning of the Atomic Age was marked by the successful detonation of the first nuclear device at the Trinity test in New Mexico. On July 16, 2005 a group of artists and engineers recreated the look and feel [...]

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Troika Ranch – 16 [R]evolutions

Posted by mang on January 24th, 2006 filed in Video

Just saw Troika Ranch‘s performance of 16 [R]evolutions. Good stuff indeed. I’m kind of a dance newbie, but I definitely appreciated the interplay of dancers, video and music. The story generally traces the arc of the discovery of technology, descent into intellectualism and recovery of some of our primal nature. There were some moments of [...]

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ITP <-> Tisch Dance

Posted by mang on January 23rd, 2006 filed in Video

On Sunday I attended a meeting of students from ITP and the dance department that want to collaborate on a dance/video performance. The best part was when some of the ITP geeks put up their interactive video projects for the dancers to play with. I put up my vblocks project that I wrote in C++/OpenGL [...]

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Projector ideas

Posted by mang on December 1st, 2005 filed in Video

Here at SKIM Laboratories (Suzan, Karl, Ilteris, Mang) in the East Village it looks like a projector is in our future. Partially so we can play at doing projects like Body Movies by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. It looks like Rafael is fond of the High End Systems DL.1 projector. Who wouldn’t be? The Orbital Head is [...]

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