[vimeo vimeo.com/18460233] Nice work from Mr Beam in the Netherlands mapping projections not onto buildings but onto a set.
Not sure of the practical applications as no one can be in the room without ruining the illusion but an impressive effect.
Exciting times as Curated Place's Andy Brydon starts as festival producer for FutureEverything today.
It's all systems go preparing for the 2011 festival of Art, Music and Ideas that has put Manchester firmly on the map in the world of digital culture with some incredibly ambitious projects in the pipeline that promise to up the ante in terms of what can be achieved as part of a festival. However, details have to remain under wraps for just a little longer.
Running from the 11th - 14th May there's still time for anyone wanting to get involved in the 2011 festival to respond to open calls for submissions still open in the Art and Conference strands. And of course you can buy tickets now and benefit from advanced ticket discounts.
We're extremely excited to be involved in Manchester's most innovative festival and can't wait to get well and truly stuck in to realising the amazing programme set for 2011. Lots more coverage of developments here soon.
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qg7Z6YqxVzM&fs=1&hl=en_GB] Can't believe I missed Daito Manabe at NOISElab during the AND Festival playing people's facial muscles with his Face Visualiser. Really enjoyed their video but prefer this one:
Reminds me of the technique Traktor used to create Fatboy Slim's "Ya Mama" video but more visceral.
If anyone's willing to be hooked up to my prototype All Body Visualiser please drop me a line.