Get Your Work Featured on the TroikaTronix Website
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I hope you're all getting ready for a relaxing holiday.
Hi All. In preparation for Isadora 2.0, I'm looking for some new pictures of Isadora in action to feature on the TroikaTronix website. These need to be crisp, clean, photos that show Isadora (even if it's 1.0) in action in some way. Minimum horizontal resolution needs to be 1000 pixels.Here's [a good example](https://lh4.ggpht.com/GvUGEj-z3ncPhF1e_KrTURaDvMOPVXCBfV84YNIIcw8TKIuTTG4mIIdIkZBbZvzi-mueN3g7nUz7PJzU=s1600) from @primaldivine's website that shows the kind of picture I'd love to use.Your name and the name of the piece will be prominently displayed. We will also give a photo credit. We will work out a means to provide a link to your site, though it may not be from the picture directly. (Still figuring out how to this.)If you've got something, please post the link the the specific picture on this thread. If the picture fits in to our theme, we'll get in touch with you.So please start posting as soon as you can! I'll need the pictures very soon.All the Best,MarkP.S. As a side note, this thread might also serve as a nice way to close out 2014... a kind of "Year in Review" for the community of Isadora users.
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...in the link two pictures of a softedge projection on a curved screen in the Museum August Kestner/Hannover for the exibition "Wer hat an der Uhr gedreht?" by Klemens Kuhn- realised with the new mapping/softedge tools of isadora 2...beta version- thanks a lot Mark for all the great new features which makes Isadora a real professional projection software**!!!
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That particular show is called The Edward Curtis Project by director Marie Clements. It won me Best Design Capital Critics Award (Ottawa) 2012-2013. Doublewide rear screen is made up of two feathered outputs, plus 16 other screens and scrims, using mapping of two front projectors. Also did projection mapping onto an actor as he transformed from the present day into his ancestor, shrouded in first nations clothing and onto a glass plate that an actor picked up from a developing tray. And that was designed before we had the Stage Setup options and IzzyMap.
All done with Isadora, and cued from QLab for a month, without a hitch. That was how I met Ryan! The National Theatre insisted that I provide a local backup Isadora tech... incase something went wrong during the month. He never had to make the trip from Toronto to Ottawa. ;)
Here's another Project: The photo is of me setting up 3D stereoscopic projections for The Road Forward by director Marie Clements of Red Diva Productions, Vancouver, 2013. Rob Scharein created the custom 3D software which we added to the mix by syphoning into and out from Isadora, to mix with other video content. Show was 100% controlled from Isadora with live processing effects.
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This is a small file of a work I particularly liked
Here's a photo of Tanja from one of our new projectshttp://s14.postimg.org/8b4cjhzld/digishaman02.jpgRites for the Digital Shaman is an ongoing research project that explores ancient and contemporary ritualistic movement and imagery. we've commissioned a costume from a great designer, so should be making some new images in Jan/Feb.all the best,john
or there's this shot from Beyond the Body:http://s11.postimg.org/ss11hkw2b/Beyond_The_Body_14_2.jpg
Just came back from this job. The artists name is Mark Blezinger the projection is called "AlpenMythenSehen VI" and was made for the 100th anniversery of a carpentry. I did the mapping with Isadora and took the picture.
@Michel - thats some nice architectural mapping. its good to see natural textures being used, rather than the standard 3D digigraphix.
Thank you, there where a few 3d graphics but most was animated images from that region.
Great work Michel :)
Here's a few pictures from the University of Maryland's fall production of Collidescope, and original work written and directed by Ping Chong and Talvin Wilkes and designed by myself (Ian McClain)All in Isadora, with black magic capture, 2 cameras and 4 projectorshttps://www.dropbox.com/sh/rtjwtoayzz5qtvx/AAAh2Y0CHD68JlKriiQ1ZPuxa?dl=0
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Here's a photo from an installation project "Residual Signal" exhibited in Oct 2014. I used Isadora 2.0 as the video source (TH2Go), 5 channel sound source and partial mapper. Smooth sailing each night! I created the sound and video content. My collaborator was Carolyn Healy who did the sculpture and lighting. Located in the Sanctuary of the Rotunda, University of Pennsylvania campus, Philadelphia, PA, USA.https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/3260086/Sanctuary_JPhillips_2014.jpgCheers!John
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Starting at this photo and going forward are some images of the theatre version of Hybrid Human. All the video was totally interactive: a camera ingested what the dancers were doing, which I manipulated in Isadora and sent the resulting images out to a projector.
This album is from Sensory Life, Infinite World, one of my very early Isadora projects...
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here are some picts of Lamento, an audiovisual installation by our collective L e M a T r i C e . . .drawing, motors (percutors on harpsichord strings, glasses of water and stones), lights, music.created on Isadora 2.0 (and a bit of ableton live)Located at abbaye d'Ambronay, France.https://www.dropbox.com/sh/62esiyqddf32tim/AABTU0M10X3EIjoPtdLLRBRua?dl=0
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@Michel - any chance of a shot of what it looked like without the projections??
Here you are.
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cool! looking forward to a repository of izzy work
some links (credit to www.smeech.co.uk):
Through His Teeth - May 2014, ROH London
Virgin40 - Oct 2013, London
tile mapping - https://www.flickr.com/photos/39554118@N08/sets/72157637002603664/
generative lyrics - https://www.flickr.com/photos/39554118@N08/sets/72157637002990876/
Tmesis Dance R&D - July 2014, Liverpool**
Video Culture 1.1 - November 2014, Riga**
(I have a couple more pics on a hard drive somewhere!)
Wonderous Place - May 2013
Archive - Sep 2010
Here are some photos from our project Oedipus the Code-Breaker.https://www.dropbox.com/sc/1z62j8vp9tutrr2/AAAuYHz2uApErpdzC3sWtetKaProduction of the Studio for Electronic Theatre, performed at the Serbian National Theatre in Novi Sad and Old Royal Naval College in Greenwich in 2013.Best wishes,Nuno