At six nights between Christmas and New Year 22/23, I created some attention for bars and restaurants in the Κολοκοτρονι-street in Corinth near the harbour, hired by Kostas of Bar Μηδεν Ενα.
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.
#EEXpat I, Day 20 – Videofeedback (another). Playing with the Feedback Installation Type 1 and recorded everything. The challenge here is that the videosignal is neither stable nor strong. and most of the common capture cards will blueback because they think they’ve lost it. I first converted with a cross-scaler and then captured via DVI/FullHD.Read more “Videofeedback Type 1”