Oh “Snap! Orlando” did it again

PICTURE this: A fusion of light and movement through projection art curated by the most forward thinking digital artists, designers, and filmmakers.

Snap! Orlando brought out the big beamers outshining any other art show I’ve been able to venture to. An exhibition that will make any normal person turn into a photomaniac over night.  BYOB Orlando (Bring Your Own Beamer) was a one night event that left me wanting more.

Here are a few of my favorite shots from the night with a brief description of the interactive play…

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A morphing algorithm allowing the background to change shapes and colors in a mesmerizing way.  

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This interactive installation and cymatics projection involved a whole lot of work behind the scenes.  Basically this awesome tech guru, Ginger, used a programming language known as Processing to create a code that would analyze color change through audio from this other artist’s GIF which in turn would send out a frequency to a speaker which activated cymatic visuals ending up as a lovely projection of light reflecting off the surface of the water showcasing patterns of sound vibrations.

A better breakdown of this masterpiece and artist check out: SPECTRE’M

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A beautifully crafted GIF with downward facing rotating psychedelic planes. IMG_5835

Interactive motion sensored Van Gogh. Yes please.

Before you shed a tear check out BYOB Orlando and SNAP! Orlando which will fulfill all your wildest dreams and satisfy your artist fixation one by one.

Profresh Photo Cred: Mark 

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One Comment on “Oh “Snap! Orlando” did it again

  1. Pingback: BYOB Orlando 2015 - Nathan Selikoff

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