DON’T LOOK NOW- AUTOMATED EDITING

For the image and vision course of MSc. Media Technology, we were introduced in automated editing, a technique of automated film editing based on a specific feature of the video. Automated editing captures only the frames of the video that have this particular feature. It can be anything; faces, movement, colour. I created a patch

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Sonic tug of war

Two rooms. Two players. Two microphones. Eight speakers, four in each room. One sound assigned to each of the players. The idea was to create a sonic tug of war. Each player sits in a different room. His sound is in the other room. By changing the pitch of his voice the player has to

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Chaotic Cake

According to the chaos theory, dynamic systems are so complex and sensitive to their initial conditions that if you slightly change just one parameter then the whole outcome will be very different from the initial one. Taking that under consideration, we wanted to display if there are chaotic systems in our everyday life that we

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Sonification of sleeping posture

Can pressure be translated into sound? Do we move a lot while we are sleeping and in what position are we sleeping usually? These questions can of course be answered by placing a camera to record us while we are sleeping. For the Perceptualisation course of my Masters I developed a project that translates our

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Love will tear us apart

It started with a word: distance. The big question is what can you build with a word, how far can research go? For the 2nd semester project exhibition of the Media Technology Master program the task was to build an installation starting from one word. After doing research in every field we could imagine, we

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