Archive for January, 2009

Great time!

Sunday, January 18th, 2009

Hi everyone,

Analog image with digital feedback

Thanks to all the talented people that turned up tonight! We had a great time and judging by all the positive feedback we are sure you did too. More pictures and video’s soon.

Menno Pleij (Midiator)

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Menno is currently starting a company around his Midiator hardware/software device meant to make programming and controlling light shows fun. The device consists of a controller, a touch screen and an embedded PC running a sophisticated Max 5 patch.

The first version has already been used on big festivals such as North Sea Jazz and Sensation. Let’s see what happens when Menno gets his hands on the DMX-controlled LED-lights of The Getaway Café ;)

Midiator

Animata & Jitter

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

During the share.ams you’ll be able to see how to modify Animata source code to send geometry using OSC, and then post-process and render the scene in Jitter:


Animata geometry rendered in Jitter from nesa on Vimeo.

nesa

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

During the microworkshop sessions, Nenad Popov will show us some of his favorite combinations of effects to achieve organic, textural esthetics using OpenGL+shaders in Jitter.


Maxing Max To The Max

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

 

Mirko Lazovic and Nenad Popov will show us experimental networked live audio visual performance using exclusively Max/MSP, during the mutual jam session.

Maxing Max to the Max

Circuit Ben

Tuesday, January 13th, 2009

Ben Terwel is a brilliant young artist studying at the ArtScience interfaculty in The Hague. He likes to experiment while keeping emphasis on the aesthetics of the experimentation result. His recent experiments involved circuit bending circuit bent instruments, strange video games and unique projection devices one of which he’ll show at share.ams.

Ben during Recplay on Location, Zeebelt Theater, Den Haag

Beer van Geer (teletekstisdood.com)

Sunday, January 11th, 2009

The tech/media blog teletekstisdood will be represented bij Beer van Geer, among others. This Dutch blog (or is it an e-zine?) keeps track of everything new in the land of tech, media and web, so we can expect them to bring their share of audiovisual material and gadgets.

TiD

The Getaway DJ Café is ready..

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

..to receive us. This is a lo-fi picture of the January program as currently situated in the men’s room.

Getaway men's room

Marcel v/d Drift

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Marcel will tell us more about his energizing new concept Doe-het-niet-zelf (don’t-do-it-yourself), that encourages people of various disciplines to exchange their services for free. This makes for active meetings where people actually make stuff rather than just talk.


Julius Horsthuis (Carbon Media)

Saturday, January 10th, 2009

Julius works as the lead 3D artist / graphic designer for top-notch motion graphics design company Carbon Media. He will bring a selection of their best work to litter our audiovisual jukebox and thus set a quality standard for non real time commercial work ;). Below is their latest highly ambitious project, the fully virtual short film ‘Privacy Matters’ (in Dutch):


HD version available through Vimeo