Tag: software

Digital Video Composition Exhibit
Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, 2013

Design, custom software and media installation.

Digital video brings new capabilities to the traditional technique of chromakey, also known as “green screening,” by which video images can be superimposed and mixed together, or “composited.” You might not know it, but you see the results of this technique frequently in science fiction movies, television commercials, and weather forecasts. In Pixel Play, you can be the subject of video compositing, and watch yourself fall into a plate of spaghetti, grow into a giant above a highway overpass, tumble in a laundry dryer, or swim in the deep ocean.

Luminous Impressions: The Operatic and Fantasy Prints of Henri Fantin-Latour
San Antonio Museum of Art and other venues, 2013

Audio tour design, mobile app, and tablet app.

Henri Fantin-Latour (1836-1904) is best known for exquisite still lifes of flowers and fruit, and group portraits of the Paris art scene. Lesser known is that he also devoted much of his creative life to making impressionistic lithographs inspired by his passion for opera, music, literature and poetry. Luminous Impressions features a selection of over forty Fantin-Latour lithographs from a collection of more than 150 images bequeathed to the San Antonio Museum of Art by the late Gilbert M. Denman, Jr. in 2005. They include, as the catalog puts it, “fantasies of sensuous beauties and nymphs, dreamy allegorical and mythological scenes, and homages to Wagner, Berlioz, Shumann and Brahms.”

An audio tour is accessible via cell phone or iPad app. It enables you to visit the exhibition and listen to excerpts of the music that inspired what Fantin-Latour himself considered to be his greatest artistic achievements.

San Antonio Museum of Art, 2011

Design, custom interactive software, custom media display, and installation. 

This cutting-edge contemporary exhibition explores the idea of art as an interpretation of, and a catalyst for, peace. Over 80 artists, including Marina Abramovic, Laurie Anderson, Richard Avedon, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Chuck Close, El Anatsui, Jenny Holzer, Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, Anish Kapoor, Enrique Martinez Celaya, Ryuichi Sakamoto, Pat Steir, and Bill Viola, presented artworks that expressed their perspectives on the Dalai Lama and his endeavors.

During the exhibition’s run at the San Antonio Museum of Art, visitors were invited to share their own images and text messages of peace. Each contribution was then added to an ongoing mix that was displayed on two large flat panel monitors in the lobby. Flutter & Wow Museum Projects designed and programmed the unique set of technologies that enabled visitor contributions to be gathered, formatted, sent and displayed in the videos.