Music provided by Oigovisiones Label (Spain)
Intimate abstract installation performance with the technical and artistic freedom to create a visual sensations based on light and shadows. Interplay between elements like music, video projections, LED lighting, kinect sensor and movement elements, determined by timeline.
Type: Art Installation
City: San Francisco, CA
Exhibition: Merchants Of Reality
THE TECHNICAL PROCESS: STEP BY STEP
1 - Northlight 8 Channel, DMX to RC servo controller board.
2 - 8 servomotors, 7 HS-422 Deluxe Servo for movements of PAN and TILT and 1 S-148 Parallax Continuous Rotation, and Bracket Assembly. + info http://www.imagesco.com/
3 - LED Dimmer Easy DMX LED controller: Power input: DC 7V- 24V max 15A / Output: 1A each channel max 15A / Channel: 27 channel 9 group / Controller: DMX512 XRL 3P
4 - 6 x 3w RGB led spotlight dc12v, 4wires 3-in-1 LED's, beam angle38
+ Info http://www.topshine-led.com/
5 - Power Supply for the LED dimmer and LED light. 12V 15A 180W switching power supply LED strip light transformer. Input Voltage: AC110V-230V Output Voltage: 12V Power:180W + info http://www.aliexpress.com/snapshot/237363340.html
7 - Sensor Microsoft Kinect
6 - DMX512 interfaces, I used ENTECC DMXUSB PRO
+ info http://www.enttec.com/
8 - Packing paper, came as packaging for the servomotors
10 - Conectors XLR and more than 70 meters (230 ft) in Cable
9 - Video projector, conventional 2500 LUM
1 - Madmapper for controlling the Servomotors and LED's + info http://www.madmapper.com/
2 - VDMX for precise control of the performance and using the audio input for conducting performance.
+ info http://vidvox.net/
3 - Quartz Composer for creating compositions that are used to control the servomotors, LED's and to apply on tracking surfaces.
+ info http://quartzcomposer.com/
4 - GAmuza for Kinect infrared display, use this video as mask as input for QTZ compositions. + info http://gamuza.d3cod3.org/
5- Vezér for timeline and control VDMX.
+ info http://www.vezerapp.hu/
* Some more photos of the whole process
Photo by HannaQuevedo
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