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In the last days Danse Neurale received some love from different places around the internet, so here’s a quick collection of links that have something to do with the performance:
Vimeo full video
– project description on my portfolio
behance page (with new backstage pics)
Italy strikes again by the super sweet Virginie
Hooklife article
– tumbler post by Allen Falkner
HackingTheFuture post
Wikipedia mention
Glad you liked it guys: see you soon around the next stage 🙂

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I’m still playing with swappable faces and, in particular, I’m setting up a software tool to quickly create and customize synthetic faces that would fit like a glove (or should I say a balaclava?) on your natural one.
I needed to create a test model and, considering the average cultural feedback to this kind of technology, I thought that nobody would be a better candidate than Guy Fawkes:

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This is a quick preview of the first beta of theTube, a visualist friendly tool (somewhat inspired by Jesus Gollonet) that grabs the stuff on your monitor and sends it to Syphon. The idea is that you may want to syphon into MadMapper, OF, Processing, Quartz, something that does not have a syphon-out (i.e. your browser, a videogame, etc…): just move theTube in front of the visuals you want grab, and you’re done.

It’s still very much beta and I’m not sure about what I’m going to do with it, but if you want to try it, you can grab a demo here.

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This is just a quick follow-up to last post: we redubbed the segment of our performance so that now it includes the live generative music played by Lukas’ brainwaves.

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Today the video coverage of the third week-end of the Borderline Biennale went online:

BORDERLINE BIENNALE 2011 |Week-end 03 | Obsolete Body from Borderline Biennale 2011 on Vimeo.

You can find our performance at 12:25.

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Here’s the teaser for the performance I’ll present @ Borderline Biennale 2011 together with Stefano Moscardini and Lukas Zpira. There will be blood, steel, neural waves, computer vision and synths; if you can be around Lyon at the beginning of september, be there!

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realized together with Stefano Moscardini.

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