Live coding refers to the creation and modification of algorithms with a creative purpose in real time often in the presence of a physical or virtual audience. The community is diverse and seeks to engage in a wide cross-section of artistic practices including but not limited to music, audiovisual creation, performance, robotics, dance, scientific research and education.
Live coding is primarily developed inside the free culture movement, and encourages self creativity rather than cultural consumption. Also diversity inclusion and respect has always been considered a fundamental part of the
Para este primer Encuentro AVLab de 2020 el grupo de trabajo de Agencia_RV de Medialab Prado, nos proponen dar a conocer las creaciones narrativas en VR de varios de los artistas más reconocidos en este campo este último año, acercando su obra al público de Madrid.
Con una presencia creciente en los Festivales de Cine más importantes del Mundo (Venecia, Sundance, Tribeca, Raindance), la Realidad Virtual Narrativa es considerada un desarrollo y una oportunidad para el cine actual, un medio propio en el que confluye con los videojuegos, el teatro y la narración oral.
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BI r/evolutions - Body Intelligence
and Proprioception technologies in the age of autonomous algorithms.
There is a sense that few people know and yet it is perhaps the most important of all: proprioception, which is the sense of internal movement of the body, grounded on the multitude of sensors of muscular elongation of the body and giving us continuous feedback , conscious and unconscious, of relative position and speed or effort. It is the sense that integrates all external sensations (and of the internal organs) in our movement, directly connecting action and perception. It is the sense
This interactive video-installation Works on how we experiment and perceive the smile. Lien-Chen Wang searches the word “smile” on Google in order to collect facial expressions captured in all kind of moments. The outcome is a bunch of virtual images that have undergone an alienation process. The software used detects the spectator’s position through a camera so that everyone has to deal with a foreign smile in an impersonal and anonymous representation.
This installation enables us to think about the mental process involved in an emotional response such as smiling. Behind these smiles, we
#ProgramaLaPlaza is a tool to create creative code projects and periodically display them on the giant LED facade of Medialab-Prado.
In this latest edition, we invite schools to participate to motivate the learning of programming and code by students. Through a software hosted on a website, they created the games and pieces of digital art that you can see in this video.