Recently a made a few mapping projections on the building „Beau Rivage“ in the city of Loutraki (Greece) which hosted an exhibition which was nicely prepared and they have put a lot of work in.
I kicked in for the second part of the festival, and stayed a few evenings. The projections were done with two pojectors next to each other in a panorama setup. The visuals were created on site in a performance with my usual style. See a few captures below of the ongoing refinements.
Any display shows a live visual, created with GLSL shaders, that is affected by the touch of a big mushroom shaped sensor. With the Raspberry Pi, the display can also be a cathode ray tube TV easily, not only HDMI.
Directly recieves and decodes the wireless transmissions from Fine Offset personal weather stations (and their many clones). Broadcast the messages as JSON through a websocket server for further integration. Plug and Play.
A custom Bluetooth receiver as an attachement to an audio setup, where one can play sound from the mobile phone quickly. Secure connectivity without user interaction. When one has connected, others cannot see the device anymore.
Data for air quality, CO₂-Levels, VOC through the gas sensor and further measures of temp/humidty/pressure are available in the network for further integration. They can be obtained through a websocket server or as OSC messages. Ethernet or Wifi. Plug and Play.
A no frills video player recipe, that plays videos from a USB-Stick on insertion. Stops on remove. Without user interaction or On Screen Display. Good as backup for live video production or at art galleries for video installation setups. HDMI with audio. True plug and play. See the arty demonstration video from 2019 below.
#EEXpat II, Day 15 – Coins. Using ‚War‘ from Day 8 and ‚the thing that broke before I could test‘ it from Day 11, I am feeding the Euros faster and faster to keep the machine guns crackling and the blood spilling.