All posts tagged: feedback

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Screen Recording 30 by Evan Bech

Evan Bech uses screen capture to create three-dimensional moving sculptures on the desktop. As he repositions windows on the desktop, the feedback of the image keeps regenerating and creating a sense of depth in the y axis direction. The trick is the same as when mirror to mirror can create an endless repetition of images. […]

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Voice Array and Last Breath by Rafeal Lozano-Hemmer

Rafeal Lozano-Hemmer is largely known for his large scale installations that invite audience participation. An extension of this participation is also how he takes elements of physical interaction and gives them digital or technological corollaries. His latest show at Bitforms Gallery is no different. Although, ironically, rather than taking something inherently physical, it takes the […]

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Sweet New Toy [iPhone, openFrameworks]

underdoeg aka Philip Whitfield has just posted this video on Flickr that shows iPhone sending touch information to a pen plotter plugged into a computer. There is something quite wonderful about the realtime physical translation of touch motion on the iPhone. Whilst I understand the set-up to be quite complex, utilising OSC or similar plus this […]

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Scan Processor Studies [Inspiration]

The Scan Processor Studies are a collection of works by Woody Vasulka & Brian O’Reilly. The full work is of total approximate duration of 45 minutes, with sections of various lengths, textures, and dynamic qualities. The works use sources excavated directly from the output of the Rutt-Etra Scan Processor of the 1970’s, as well as […]