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May 13th, Stammtisch #31


Shows a 360 degree interactive video from a research group from japan.

His own web 3D engine: (work in progress).

Joe — sample code; People receive instructions on their mobile phones. The instructions create a chain sequence of events performed by the participants.

The virtual watchers -

This project took five years of research. There was a border surveillance project, in which any citizen can watch the border with Mexico with a computer, and file reports to the authorities when they see something suspicious. Joana’s project captures conversations between those people watching the border, and their profiles on Facebook (with fake pictures, for privacy reasons). Citizen are getting militarized without even realizing it through a gamified activity.

Workshop tomorrow about how your data is collected and commodified:
Tomorrow from 12:00 to 16:00 at ACUD.

— break —

Three.js visualization realtime controlled using the webMidi API, to use a controller device to manipulate graphics on the browser and sound played by a hardware synthesizer. Prototype developed in one day. Parameters of a combination of sine functions are controlled by the same midi signals that make up the sound.

Shows latest version of VVVV, a node based visual programming language. The team recently introduced VL, a new programming language based on everything they learned from years of developing vvvv. He models live a VVVV sketch inspired by aBe’s image

An archive of augmented performances:
The mouse represents the designer. The points represent the ideas.
Represents the alternation of discipline and chaos in creativity.
Concept of ma(?) in architecture. The negative space.


Algorithmic endless online tv channel that plays YouTube using data from Wikipedia.