Google’s Gesture research

The Soli project looks interesting – what I like is the nuance in the gesture that is sensed

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Making people » the eighth nerve

Symbolic Sound promoting CrossTalk’s use of Kyma

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Glitch’d | ECA at the Festivals |

An upcoming showing of a new work I have been developing with Simon Biggs and Sue Hawksley

Simon Biggs, Sue Hawksley and Garth Paine Crosstalk Crosstalk is an interactive work by Simon Biggs, Sue Hawksley and Garth Paine employing dance, 3D tracking, voice recognition and multi-channel data-driven audio. Crosstalk explores the generative potential of technologically mediated interaction in social construction.

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TinyCircuits – A Maker of Tiny Open Source Circuits

TinyCircuits – A Maker of Tiny Open Source Circuits.

These are super cool for small, wearable digital art projects

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BalletLab Performances

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WORLD PREMIERE SEASON – one week remaining

tix. here
http://www.mtc.com.au/tickets/production.aspx?performanceNumber=6112

From vibrational energy and utopian impulses to alien abduction, this immersive performance draws together dance, sound, set design and fashion to envelop audiences into an otherworldly, transformative experience.

Choreographers Brooke Stamp and Phillip Adams construct a kinetic space where time is elastic; driven by sublime, generative sound composed and performed by Garth Paine. In the second half – Adams’ Tomorrow – some members of the audience are asked to participate to become part of the installation and performance, creating an architectural abduction experience.

WARNING: This performance contains full nudity and immersive sound effects.

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BalletLab – And All Things Return to Nature Tomorrow

Come and be amazed – immersed in sound, abducted by aliens and generally transformed

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And All Things Return to Nature Tomorrow
Phillip Adams BalletLab
Overview

WORLD PREMIERE SEASON
From vibrational energy and utopian impulses to alien abduction, this immersive performance draws together dance, sound, set design and fashion to envelop audiences into an otherworldly, transformative experience.

Choreographers Brooke Stamp and Phillip Adams construct a kinetic space where time is elastic; driven by sublime, generative sound composed by Garth Paine. In the second half – Adams’ Tomorrow – some members of the audience are asked to participate to become part of the installation and performance, creating an architectural abduction experience.

Building on Adams’ passion for collaboration across art forms, the performance features a live electronic score by Garth Paine, set design from architect Matthew Bird, clothing and design by Melbourne fashion designer Susan Dimasi from Materialbyproduct, and lighting design and effects by Robin Fox. Each choreographer will perform in their own piece alongside dancers Deanne Butterworth, Rennie McDougall and Matthew Day.

A participant in the L’Oreal Melbourne Fashion Festival Cultural Program.

Phillip Adams BalletLab is assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council, its Arts Funding and Advisory Body. This project has also been supported by Arts Victoria, The Ian Potter Foundation, The Angior Family Foundation, the Besen Family Foundation and Ken.

WARNING: This performance contains full nudity and immersive sound effects.

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Midi Jacket

MJ v01 The first jacket that allows the user to create music through motion and touch sensors with a mobile app.

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