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The Motion Project - Dual Kinect instrument and massive projections

Anonymous Coward writes | more than 2 years ago

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An anonymous reader writes "This project combined the collective talents of musicians, dancers, programmers, designers and animators to create an amazing visual instrument.

Music is created by the performer's motion as captured by a pair of XBox Kinects and processed by custom software written in Processing and openFrameworks.

The climax of the project was a performance in downtown Auckland, with speaker stacks blaring and a set of giant projectors shooting visuals at a 30 metre by 12 metre wall in front of the motion artist. Three different film crews were there shooting the event for a TV commercial, a music video, and a live TV feed.

Here is the official music video for the project:
http://youtu.be/YERtJ-5wlhM

We also posted about how we built this crazy contraption here:
http://fugitive.co.nz/v-motion-project-tech-how-we-built-it"

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