My friend Zebbler is a crazy-talented video artist – he’s provided eye-popping digital candy for everything from art shows, to concert tours, to Boston’s annual First Night celebration.
Video Bleep is a 20ft dome with wrap-around video, creating a fully immersive visual experience. It is a unique and striking way to create and experience real-time video art.
Alison Frand loves worms. More specifically, Dr. Frand loves studying C. elegans, a microscopic nematode whose genetic makeup makes it an ideal research subject for her lab.
For over forty years running, the sounds of chamber music have filled the summertime air in western Maine, as world-class musicians play for a devoted audience.
In 2006, the nation’s top mechanical engineering department had an image problem. MIT MechE – a place where excellence is a foregone conclusion – had a web site that wasn’t making the grade.
This piece was performed live as part of a visual jam session held at Beatfix Studios, Boston, MA. A combination of organic motion and digital technology, ‘Timbale’ is a new twist on a classic lightshow technique. By using an artists’ lightbox and overhead camera, hand movements are isolated and captured. The image is sent in real time to a video mixer and blended into a live feedback loop, where it creates echoes that ripple through the frame.