Brainchild of Christopher Bauder, the modular Kinetic Light System is an award-winning product embedding TouchDesigner which choreographs and moves not just light and pixels but actual physical objects, high above one’s head via steel wire and powered cable DMX winches to which large arrays of light
"When you walk in, you'll see a series of netting, mesh material… We want you to touch it. It's all very hands-on. There's six sections within this maze of netting that people can go up to each station.
"On a summer evening, the air is filled with the flash of fireflies calling to one another. Intrigued by their dialogue we created a poetic representation of their conversation.
We first became aquainted with Vincent Houzé through the very compelling and often amusing videos he shares of his artistic and R&D experiments. Above: My first steps with Arduino and a little proof of concept.
Front Pictures studio has always aimed at expanding horizons in advanced media technologies. A year ago we became acquainted with the studio and wrote about the Fulldome environments and experiences they had been developing and perfecting.
Inspired by a philosophical concept and evolving from a hand-made structure to a full dome immersive performance featured on the Apple 30th birthday TV spot, Dromos is the fruit of a unique creative process. Here is the story.
The Interactive Bulb project is an installation designed to mark the 50th anniversary of Italy's largest power company by displaying their photographic archive in a very novel manner.
Illoominate at Create:Fixate ILLOOMINATE: A laser-mapped / video-mapped / light installation by Todd Moyer "Best in Show" at Create:Fixate - I Art You - February 15th, 2014 Nine laser beam threads are drawn from nine 3D projection-mapped spools of electronic fabric, bringing together an old mater
We spoke with Peter Parker Brodhead of Parkerism Video Labs about a recent interactive stage installation the team built entirely in TouchDesigner to showcase the work of fashion designer Mary Benson and musician Kilo Kish at New York Fashion Week.