Non alphabetical terms
Composing and networks, around 2000.
> Life_sharing (2001). [Greene] pp. 132-135
> Vieweratstar67@yahoo.com (1999) [Greene] p. 96-97
>||Of0003.772p7712c698c6986 (1999) [Greene] p. 97
> Darko Mayer (1998). A virtual artist, created on the web by Luther Blissett et 010101...[Greene] p. 102
01010101. See Jérôme Saint-Clair<
0dB.: The point where an audio signal becomes saturates, and the signal folds into itself.
123rf . Image banc, with low prices.
> Lights (2016C) exposes in Arles 2016
> 1789 (1989) Film. See Paris ACM Sigraph page
1D, 2D, 3D... See dimensions.
1n0ut . "An artist collective that works both collaboratively and individually
on a variety of video and interactive art projects with a focus on generating
synesthetic experiences. The artists mix analogue and digital processes
in their work to achieve a perfect aesthetic blend which can be understood
as a reflection upon all of our lives. Cross-disciplinary by nature, their
approaches reach from a self programmed real-time video montage system
based on Robert
Praxmarer’s ongoing PhD work to the
charming photo stills and composed video works from Reinhold
Bidner. Both like to think in shades of grey - between black
and white - which gives the audience an experience of fuzziness, fault
and, despite algorithmic perfection, harmony.
1n0ut works, exhibits and performs on an international level in locations ranging
from contemporary art museums, nightclubs to classical concerts and has
been awarded with various prizes. " (on Jan. 2014).
> 2001, A Space Odyssey. See Kubrick.
- By the 80's, about the first computer screens, the term "2D1/2" was used for small bevel effects. Low ED, somehow.
- 2D layers stacking, in order to simulate depth (like the Disney multiplane in traditional animation film).
360. "To go 360" (in the 2010's) is to go transmedia.
Properties described by [Cocquerez] p. 43, for segmentation and filtering.
- Dark ride. . A theatrical space with large curved screens. See [Miller, 2014].
- Film. Wikipedia: "A marketing term for an entertainment presentation system combining a 3D film with physical effects that occur in the theatre in synchronization with the film".
- Printing. "4D printing combines the dimension of time with the hope of building objects with new capabiliies" (A 3 pages article in Communications of the ACM, June 2014).
64K into. Wikipedia.
A 64k intro is a demo where the size of the executable file is limited to 65536 bytes.
At demo parties there is a category for this kind of demos, where the one that gives th
e best impression wins.
- The point of view of Armand Berger, programmer and manager: "I did not find clear rules for the demos. Then I find the concept rather fuzzy if not smoky. And so more so since today a lot of graphic elements are directly handled by lower software layers (direct X) or the graphic cards".
9 Evenings, Theater and Engineering. A foretelling event:
a series of representations at the Armory (New York), in 1966.
< 9 evenings, Theatre and Engineering. by Clarisse Bardiot. Online at Fondation Langlois.
- Abondant comment in the Nick Lambert PhD thesis. A lot also in Interagir avec les technologies numériques, Nouvelles de Danse. Condredanse, Bruxelles 2004.
< 9 Evenings reconsidered: art, theatre, and engineering. by Catherine Morris (curator). MIT List Visual ARts Center, 2006.
- Participant notes in Interagir avec les technologies numériques, (Contredanse 2004). Among the artists taking part, grouped by Billy Klüver, physic scientist, Bell Labs.
- John Cage, composer
- Lucinda Childs, dancer and choreographer
- Oyving Fahlström, painter and theatre author
- Alex Hay, painter and choreographer
- Deborah Hay, dancer and choreographer
- Steve Paxton, dancer and choreograher
- Yvonne Rainer, dancer and choreographer
- Robert Rauschenberg, painter and choreographer
- David Tudor, musician and composer
- Robert Whitman, theater author
- around thirty engineers, mainly from Bell Telephone.
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