May 20, 2019 A few months into my residency at the Poznan Supercomputing and Network Centre (PSNC) I am very happy to actually see the screen come alive. After an initial phase of conceptualisation and research, I decided to work with a specific set of algorithms for the generative part of "Immersive Minimalism".
Using 'Cellular Automata' I found a way of creating large-scale video content combining it with my interest in investigating the formation of patterns in nature as well as the evoluation or self-organisation of forms. In order to implement the defined algorithms, I invited Jörg Reisig, a indie games developer, to the project. The first rule I chose is based on the so-called Voter M
May 20, 2019 We played Atlas at STRP Festival in Eindhoven (NL) in April 2019, following a proposal from curator Juliette Bibasse. That was the first time we could exhibit ATLAS at that scale (100m²) , for seven users at the same time. One using HTC Vive (Virtual Reality), two with Hololens (Mixed Reality) thanks to Gluon, and four with iPads. We developped an Ipad app for that occasion, that allow the user to discover animations hidden in the exhibition, even outside of the performance schedule. So, that allow us to present ATLAS in an autonomous way, that doesn't require the presence of the artists the entire time. Joanie Lemercier helped us to film a drone video taking place in the exhib
May 20, 2019 3D PRIME Team: 2 doctors from university hospital Tübingen, 2 partners from university hospital Heidelberg, tech partner from Heidelberg Vitor Viera, tech partner from Aalborg in Denmark Jeremie, 2 interns from Portugal, and me the artist behind the camera. Tech partner from Denmark Jeremie is presenting the organ print software news. Soft prototypes, the liver- Getting important and interesting information about the anatomy and and how the organ must be so that doctors can practice on such 3d models. Material test samples. Gabriel is one partner from university hospital in Heidelberg.