Breath rising

Collinson, Stewart and Chapman, Duncan and McInerney, Michael (2010) Breath rising. [Performance]

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Abstract

Live Audio-Visual performance during Plymouth University's ICCI360 festival in September 2010. A 5 screen 360 degree image was created from hand-drawn 16mm film and real-time video synthesis. Responding to the festival theme (exploring new space), the visual aspects (drawn-film deployed across 4 screens) of this performance explored the liminal attributes of coastal landscape. Custom built video synthesis software (deployed on the remaining screen) generated modulated waveforms that were transformed by the pitch and volume of the live shakuhachi.

Item Type:Performance
Additional Information:Live Audio-Visual performance during Plymouth University's ICCI360 festival in September 2010. A 5 screen 360 degree image was created from hand-drawn 16mm film and real-time video synthesis. Responding to the festival theme (exploring new space), the visual aspects (drawn-film deployed across 4 screens) of this performance explored the liminal attributes of coastal landscape. Custom built video synthesis software (deployed on the remaining screen) generated modulated waveforms that were transformed by the pitch and volume of the live shakuhachi.
Keywords:360 cinema, panorama, hand-drawn film, real-time video synthesis
Subjects:W Creative Arts and Design > W100 Fine Art
Divisions:College of Arts > Lincoln School of Art & Design
ID Code:4283
Deposited By: Stewart Collinson
Deposited On:26 Mar 2011 12:44
Last Modified:13 Mar 2013 08:57

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