For anyone who missed it, here’s a video of the 2009 Big Screens show at IAC. Thanks to Lina Giraldo for editing it together, and a great group of student volunteers who did the shooting.
ITP recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with a weekend of events and activities compressing the entire ITP experience into 3 days. Saturday culminated with a gala event at IAC, celebrating the launch of the Red Burns Scholarship Fund. I worked with a group of ITP students and staff to develop content displayed on IAC’s 120 by 12 foot video wall. Everything you see below was made with Processing and the most pixels ever library.
Thanks to amazing and dedicated group who pulled all of this off (under an incredibly tight and stressful timetable): Xiaoyang Feng, Meredith Hasson, Juri Imamura, Brian Kim, Matt Parker, Jeremy Rotsztain, Tim Szetela, Carolina Vallejo, Elie Zananiri.
The videos are just slices of the original 8160×768 pixel design (as seen in the flickr screenshots). Hopefully I can find some nice images or video from the actual event to post here soon as well.
About a week or so before the ITP show, my Big Screens class had their own show at the IAC Building on their rather large video wall. I’m hoping we set the world record for largest Processing sketch ever. Some photos (video coming soon):
This, as far as I know, was the first public use of the Most Pixels Ever library, which admittedly needs quite a bit of work still.
My class went to test their projects on the IAC video wall this week. The works in this video are by Young Cho, Hye Ki Min, and Ji-Sun Lee. The pieces in the photos below are by Daniel Liss and Lucia Jeesun Lee. All 15 projects will be on display in December. More to come!