Archive for the ‘computer art’ Category

This is a video from an interactive installation made by Emily Gobeille and Theodore Watson. The software is made with openFrameworks. Participants can interact with the sonic ecosystem by speaking into a microphone. It’s very beautiful. More pictures here and here

Derivative_TouchDesigner

Derivative’s TouchDesigner is a new programming tool, at least for me. It’s a graphical programming language for art, video game prototyping, 3d animation, audio and more. It’s also got support for OSC, XML and html, and that’s a good thing! There are two versions, one free and one you have to pay for. Here’s a list of some of the things it can be used for.  I would like to try it out when I get some free time..

Derivative’s net site
Here is the wiki

This short animated film is actually a student project by Reza Dolatabadi. He’s made it together with Mark Szalos Farkas (story), Adam Thomson (animation). Music by Hamed Mafakheri. The film has won several prizes:

  • Winner of the Best Animation Canary Wharf Film Festival (London) Aug, 2008
  • Winner of the Best Student Animation Flip Festival (Birmingham) 2008
  • Winner of the Best Student Animation, Royal Television Society Award, Scotland (rts) 2009
  • Official selection for the “Best Short Film Program” at Waterford Film Festival (Ireland) November 2008

Reza Dolatabadi’s site: http://www.rezaart.com/
The film’s place on Vimeo