Rafael Carrasquillo is from Puerto Rico is using GrandVJ since 2012 for touring with latin salsa singer, multi Grammy Award Winner, Gilberto Santa Rosa
Free from client's worries, briefings, deadlines, with the only purpose of having fun, be nice to be watched and interacted with, here comes the project Pixels Nervosos, literally Nervous Pixels or Edgy Pixels.
Jay from NightRide Visuals shares his experience with GrandVJ and the new Orbit controller from Numark
Humboldt University was the final stop of these five outstanding nights. On the boulevard-walk up to Brandenburger Tor the atrium was a main attraction for a lot spectators.
Thematically we were crossing the bridge between historical content, science and mapping the buildings main-elements and windows.
A mapping and film installation-piece on the surface of the historical building Palais am Festungsgraben - located at "Unter den Linden" in the heart of Berlin.
On the content-side we were collaborating with model Iara Mandyn who´s the world´s only professional waterdancing mermaid model. The underwaterdance was smoothly playing as an allover background while we picked out several elements of the buildings architecture to create mapped colorblocks and wireframe animations in realtime.
The Factory is a historical industrial location on the lower side of the former dam body strip in Prenzlauer Berg.
During the installation, the building was still under construction works, looking rough and edgy like a typical Berlin squadplace. Within 2013 this building is becoming a headquarter for soundcloud and other creative industry branches, so we were mixing soundsreactive content, 3D-mapping-elements and location-realted material.
Schloss Charlottenburg was the next big challenge on the Festival of Lights in Berlin (October 2012) - screening on 120m surface in the atrium of the castle from the 17th century brings up several questions: Which conceptual content is the best match?
During the Festival of Lights in Berlin (October 2012), The Core was invited to take part in the Light Arts Project Tour - an audiovisual showcase, which was featuring daily changing locations with large scale facial projections.
The work of Diego Roveroni is different from the usual scenarios where GrandVJ is used. His work is also about getting people moved and having a good time, but more importantly he‘s using it to get kids and adultes involved, not in clubs but in classrooms, on the streets and in theaters.
Tofa is a Berlin-born-and-based visual motion artist with a special love for creating complete installations and light writing.