Conducting Senses

WHITE ON BLACK

Conducting Senses is an audiovisual experience that makes possible for audiences to interact with large projection mapping in city landscapes.

Two leap motion sensors are controlled by four participants. Each one controls both visual and sound elements. The sensors enable the capture of a wide range of the user’s hands movements, emulating the gestures of a conductor in front of an orchestra and giving a 3D spatial feel to the experience, involving the participants and audience in an immersive sensorial environment. Read more…

Giants of the Hoods

Giants of the Hoods is an interactive mobile guerilla art influenced street performance and urban VJ intervention. In the project, local residents participate by creating visual characters representing characters of their neighbourhood, and animating them with their own dancing and video scratching. In creating the animations, the team uses Animata, an open source real-time animation software, developed by Kitchen Budapest to create animations, interactive background projections for concerts, theatre and dance performances. Read more…

Action Flocking

LIVE ACTION WALL PAINTING

Realized by the OiOi collective, Action flocking is a collective action painting project, where the movement of people is visualized in real-time into graphics and particle animations that are projected onto the screen. The project explores and demonstrates collective visualization concepts that are based on location sensing technology. The concepts include a variety of game scenarios and visualization techniques and some of them can be played between cities. The purpose of the project is to invent participatory and playful forms to urban events.  Read more…

Mimodek

URBAN CONSTELLATIONS

Mimodek is an interactive-evolving and changing ‘living’ system, based on the principles of the natural world that ‘grows’ from the fabric of the city. As all living systems in nature, Mimodek reflects its own environment. It is a site-specific work, formed by unique, location-related data sources and by the behavior of the visitors. Every installation will evolve into a unique ‘organism’, reflecting its location. Mimodek does not visually mimic nature, but it introduces the city to some of the natural elements that are lacking. The work highlights the delicate relation between human beings and their environment, as well as their connection to the other living beings with whom they share this environment. Read more…