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Post from Ian: Event on First Thursday

February 3, 2011

Motion in Quadrants for Kate Vrijmoet

I’ve been working on some interactive audio for Kate Vrijmoet, an artist with a gallery in Seattle’s Tashiro Kaplan building. If you’re in the area come and see/hear how the piece turned out.

This is a screenshot of my side of things, the interactive audio. In practice, the top left quadrants will be filled with video from a camera with a wide angle lens hanging above the space. The four larger rectangles in the center will show when computation is being done with input from the video. If that sounds vague, you’ll have to come check it out in person this Thursday!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 7, 2011 7:45 am

    The interaction on the screen was beautiful. I wish we had screen capture video to show side by side with the live action as a split screen. It was beautiful, organic. There was a crowd gathered in the back of the studio watching the motion on the screen after experiencing the interaction in the studio.

  2. February 7, 2011 7:50 am

    The screen interaction was stunningly beautiful and wouldn’t it be amazing to produce a split screen video of the live action of people interacting with installation along side of the screen action motion shot. There was a crowd of people in the back of the studio enthralled with watching the monitor. Very cool!

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