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Body vs Computer
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A presentation for Mapping VJ Festival in Geneva in collaboration with HEAD school of design. The presentation introduces some historical milestones in terms of body interactions with machines from …

A presentation for Mapping VJ Festival in Geneva in collaboration with HEAD school of design. The presentation introduces some historical milestones in terms of body interactions with machines from remote to touch, then discusses how artists in the seventies at E.A.T and C.A.V.S turned these technologies into aesthetic performances and finally explains how recent diy systems allow creative people to build their own real-time tools.

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  1. BODY VS MACHINE My Body touching the Machine touching Our Bodies touc...mercredi 25 mai 2011
  2. PR MAYERmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  6. SAGEmercredi 25 mai 2011
  7. RAND TABLETmercredi 25 mai 2011
  8. SKETCHPADmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  10. IVAN SUTHERLANDmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  24. MARIANNE AMACHERmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  28. MICHEL WAISVISZmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  30. MICHEL WAISVISZmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  33. JORGEN BRINKMANmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  38. ARDUINOmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  41. SIFTABLESmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  43. JAY SILVERmercredi 25 mai 2011
  44. LEAH BUECHLEYmercredi 25 mai 2011
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  47. HANNAH PERNER-WILSONmercredi 25 mai 2011
  48. LINKS • Jay Silver http://web.media.mit.edu/~silver/ • Hannah Perner-Wilson - A Kit Of No Parts / How To Get What You Want http://web.media.mit.edu/~plusea/ • Monome http://monome.org/ • Leah Buechley http://hlt.media.mit.edu/ • Siftables https://www.sifteo.com/mercredi 25 mai 2011

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