EMPAC in motion

Updated with another video Monday night

Sebastien has posted a few video clips from the performances at EMPAC this past weekend. After watching them, it's maybe a little easier to get a sense of how the performances spaces are being/could be used. Here's a clip from the studio space with the 360 degree screen:


EMPAC Opening - Workspace Unlimited (Short) - Troy, NY - 08, Oct from Sébastien Barré on Vimeo.

Sebastien also has a photo set posted on Flickr.

More video clips -- including a really weird one -- embedded after the jump.


EMPAC Opening - Louder (Verdensteatret) - Troy, NY - 08, Oc from Sébastien Barré on Vimeo.


EMPAC Opening - Open Late with Mablib - Troy, NY - 08, Oct from Sébastien Barré on Vimeo.


EMPAC Opening - In The Flesh (Billie Cowie) - Troy, NY - 08, Oct from Sébastien Barré on Vimeo.


EMPAC Opening - Voyage (Dumb Type) - Troy, NY - 08, Oct from Sébastien Barré on Vimeo.

Earlier on AOA:
+ A photo tour of EMPAC

(Thanks, Sebastien!)

Comments

FYI, top to bottom, this is:

Workspace Unlimited: Hybrid Space and the Panoramic Screen
http://www.empac.rpi.edu/events/opening/gala/workspacepresentation.html

Open Late with Madlib:
http://www.empac.rpi.edu/events/opening/gala/madlib.html
That did not do it for me, but hey, parking was free, right? :)

Billie Cowie: In the Flesh:
http://www.empac.rpi.edu/events/opening/gala/intheflesh.html
If you have 3D glasses (the cheap red/blue one), this should show up in 3D.

dumb type: Voyage:
http://www.empac.rpi.edu/events/opening/gala/dumbtype2.html
The best show for me this weekend. Too long, but quite fascinating and oppressing at times.

I have a video of Verdensteatret: Louder coming up in a few days, but I blew up my quota for uploading too many kittens videos. That show was too abstract, too loud, and wayyy too long anyway.

Woah! Thanks for the videos, Sebastien! That first one was incredible. Especially interesting to someone who works with 3D visualizations (me) :) I really hope I can get into that presentation this Friday.

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