August 7th, Stammtisch #22
shows several webart projects from her website
Google and Friends: The invisible committee: Fuck off google, which fucks up pages from Google, facebook, amazon,nsa & apple
Arizona: Move and Get Shot. Image collections from public cameras from the state border of Arizona.
Natural Language Processing of German Parlament discussions, which allows a search .. but thats not important. There is a nice number flock visualisation which leads into a vortex. The boids follow several vector fields.
The webpage is in progress and not public yet [ COPY LINK LATER ]
But the code is on his github: https://github.com/kirel/political-affiliation-prediction
Presents two interactive audio-visual pieces.
“Only” 4 Frameworks this time: Supercollider, Max/MSP, Processing, openFrameworks. OSC is the glue- as usual.
Works between Design, Music and Code
Shows some of her pieces.
A multitouch, multiculture for multiuser installation.
The well-tempered synthesizer
The counterpointer: a step sequencer, with a Teensy
Talks about Graffiti Research Lab, which will do a workshop tomorrow in the course of school of Ma. You can participate: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/graffiti-research-lab-germany-light-rider-intervention-tickets-18002629349
Shows his 7 seconds p5.js sequence, which will be in a video by the creators of p5.js
NETWORKS SIZQ https://vimeo.com/134945180
shows images of his exhibitions in japan which are a series of drawing machines.
The three projects try to incorporate human creativity. These three aspects in particular:
replicate: draws the faces of the artists
learning: takes drawings of visitors and merges them with a machine learning algorithm and draws the results
noise: Students redrawing a abstract painting, that was earlier drawn by one of So’s machine .
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Openings, Exhibitions & Other events…
- Thursday 16th: DAM 50 years of computer art visit with Wolf Lieser
“The director of DAM Gallery, Wolf Lieser, speaks about the development of Digital Art over the last 50 years and shows examples of pioneering work”
- 3-9th August: Krake Festival
The Void: VR gaming with headset, vest and gloves, with other participants, on a physical location.
From the August 1968 issue of Computers and Automation magazine, the results of their Sixth Annual Computer Art Contest : http://kottke.org/15/07/a-1968-computer-art-contest
Raphaël* Cool stuff! Have you seen the current plotter drawings exhibition at DAM gallery? It’s worth a trip to Berlin ;)
Jerome*I’ll actually be in Berlin from August 6th to 11th again ;) And no, not yet! And as I’ve just seen it’ll only go until August 1st :/
Screenshot of the original Hackpad conversation below:
AR Screen hackathon project
Jeff Koons Must Die!!! The Videogame
The BBC is giving a tiny computer to every year 7 child in the UK - for free
Algorithm Creates Video Based On a Few Still Images
Artificial ███████ Machine
What do machines sing of?
“What do machines sing of?” is a fully automated machine, which endlessly sings number-one ballads from the 1990s. As the computer program performs these emotionally loaded songs, it attempts to apply the appropriate human sentiments.
Pebbles Interfaces immersive 3D real-time hands (Oculus again)
Manfred Mohr, a pioneer of digital art:
“codedoodl.es is a showcase of curated creative coding sketches. The aim of these doodles is to exhibit interactive, engaging web experiments which only require a short attention span.” http://codedoodl.es/
in case this hasn’t been posted yet: dance + creative coding = https://vimeo.com/114767889
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