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Our August highlights are reflective of our innovative technologies that are creating social values in education, mobility, provision of clean water, etc.
HARUMI FLAG, is a residential compound being built on 18 hectares of land stretching out in Harumi, Tokyo. It will be a hydrogen powered town. That unique energy system will cement its role as a testimony to the future. The power system producing hydrogen-generated electricity to cover an entire r...
The Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 will have a lasting effect on the metropolis. A new Olympic Village dubbed HARUMI FLAG is the city complex where everything begins. The new town spread throughout Harumi, Tokyo, the transport nodal connecting urban and bay areas, is now under construction...
Elke Radtke aka Juladi performs since more than 10 years in almost 30 different countries. She specialices in analog handmade mirror visuals. Her style is very unique, she won the mapping festival VJ competition and she loves to VJ, make interactive video dance performances, mappings, still prints, audiovisual shows and interactive video installations. www.juladi.de
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 just a year away, a "1 Year to Go!" ceremony was held on July 24, 2019. It opened with a stunning performance that was creatively engineered and rendered with Panasonic's real-time tracking and projection mapping technology and the company's high lum...
Osaka, Japan - Panasonic Corporation (hereafter referred to as "Panasonic") will install its "Green Aircon Flex," which emits a dry super fine mist (silky fine mist), within the last mile between the nearest train station to the stadiums that will organize 4 sporting co...
Provision of Products to Nursing-care Facilities to Begin Based on Findings Nara, Japan - ATOUN Inc. (headquarters in Nara City, Nara Prefecture; represented by Hiromichi Fujimoto) will begin the sales of ATOUN MODEL Y * to nursing-care facilities. Up to now, this powered wear ...
MIRA wants to bring the audience closer to several realms of artistic creativity through an event with two main objectives: to function as a platform for new creators as well as a showcase for world-renowned artists and to create unique immersive experiences through digital and technological innovation and the interlacing of live music and visuals.
MIRA is a digital arts festival based on three interconnected areas: exhibition, dissemination and education, and is held annually in Barcelona (since 2011) and Berlin (since 2016).
Focused on the intersection between arts and digital culture, the festival features a program comprised of audiovisual shows in both traditional and fulldome formats, digital art installations, screenings, conferences, and workshops.
MIRA promotes artistic collaborations and boosts the creation of new projects, supporting the relationships between collectives, associations and artists from the fields of digital arts and technology. The associative and non-profit nature of the organization, aided by the participation of volunteers, guarantees that the results are reinvested in promoting digital culture in a sustainable way.
Fabra i Coats, Barcelona
C/ de Sant Adrià, 20
EAST RUTHERFORD, NJ, JULY 25, 2019 – Masque Sound, a leading theatrical sound reinforcement and installation company, announced the launch of its Production Services division (MPS). The newly created division provides equipment rentals and production services for live and recorded events for clients outside of Masque Sound’s proven Broadway theater productions business. MPS serves shorter ...
The SIGNAL Lighting Festival is the largest cultural event in the Czech Republic, which, thanks to the unique interconnection of art, urban space and modern technologies, has attracted more than 2 million viewers for its five-year existence.
The festival uniquely combines visually attractive works with demanding installations of international quality. Its approach thus appeals to both broad and professional public.
The SIGNAL Festival brings to the streets of Prague cutting-edge forms of art which show the streets and recesses of the capital city in new perspectives due to the connection between technology and light.
About twenty installations annually combine visually attractive work with demanding installations of international quality.
The festival concept determined by its art council aims at the public and also experts. Owing to its support of new artworks, the SIGNAL Festival represents a respected platform also on an international level and it is a popular place to see new projects in the field of visual art.
For four days in October, the historical heart of Prague will be turned into a center of new technologies, amazing ideas, and unbound creativity. SIGNAL Festival will revive both well-known and hidden mysterious places of Prague with creations of renowned Czech and foreign audiovisual artists.
Praha, Czech Republic
MONTRÉAL, 20-25 August 2019
MUTEK Montréal invites you to its 20th edition, running from August 20 to 25, 2019, with six days and nights of audiovisual performances, live electronic music and a full theatre of experiences that will push the boundaries of digital art and engage you in the playground that is our city.
This year, the festival week also integrates the 5th edition of MUTEK_IMG, a forum on current practices in digital creation, which runs three full days, from August 20 to 22. Covering mixed realities, artificial intelligence, and new iterations in audiovisual spectacle the event provides a high-level context for professionals, practitioners, researchers, and creative companies to reflect, exchange, and get inspired.
Brondby, Denmark - Panasonic Corporation announced that the Danish Superliga football club Brondby IF's stadium is the first in Denmark to utilize facial recognition technology, provided by Panasonic, to ensure a safer stadium experience and alleviate the strain place...
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Social media cannot be ignored today as a primary source of information on disasters (earthquakes, floods, accidents, etc.) and emergencies. However, the information contains a lot of unrelated "noise" that makes it difficult to determine the authenticity of the content. FASTALERT, which is introdu...
Here are the TOP 5 most engaged posts for APRIL 2019.
More and more households are buying robotic vacuum cleaners because they effectively lessen the labor of cleaning the home. Panasonic teamed up with real-estate developer Mitsui Fudosan to apply that technology and know-how to developing a commercial-grade robotic vacuum cleaner that can efficientl...
Utilizing IoT technologies to realize an evolved store experience where customers want to shop and employees want to work; new store opened on April 2 in Yokohama, Japan Yokohama, Japan - April 2, 2019 - FamilyMart Co., Ltd. and Panasonic Corporation announced the opening of a new Fa...
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Bone conduction transmits sounds to the brain through vibrations on the bones of the skull, instead of using the eardrum. Technology that applies bone conduction may very well be the savior that will dramatically improve workplace environments of the future. In particularly loud workplaces, a bone...
The Tokaido Shinkansen is often described as the pinnacle of Japanese technology. Still, car maintenance is critical to keeping her running safely and stably. The job of scuffing the head car, which is part of the required maintenance, is not only difficult because of the aerodynamic shape of this...
With only two years remaining until the start of the Olympic and Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, full-fledged preparations are presently under way. Inbound demand (foreign tourists visiting Japan) is expected to increase over current levels, and airports are facing a lack of staff and high turnover ra...
While inbound demand continues to increase each year in Japan, the airports, which serve as the gateways to the skies, are suffering from a lack of human resources. One solution is the development of "Smart Airports" using AI and IoT. ShinMaywa Industries has completed an automated docking system ...
Refik Anadol is a media artist and director born in Istanbul, Turkey in 1985. Currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California. He is a lecturer and visiting researcher in UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts.
He is working in the fields of site-specific public art with parametric data sculpture approach and live audio/visual performance with immersive installation approach, particularly his works explore the space among digital and physical entities by creating a hybrid relationship between architecture and media arts with machine intelligence.
He holds a master of fine arts degree from the University of California, Los Angeles in Media Arts, master of fine arts degree from Istanbul Bilgi University in Visual Communication Design as well as bachelors of arts degree with summa cum laude in Photography and Video. Co-founder and Creative director at Antilop.
As a media artist, designer and spatial thinker, Refik Anadol is intrigued by the ways in which the transformation of the subject of contemporary culture requires rethinking of the new aesthetic, technique and dynamic perception of space. Anadol builds his works on the nomadic subject’s reaction to and interactions with unconventional spatial orientations with data and machine intelligence. Embedding media arts into architecture, he questions the possibility of a post-digital architectural future in which there are no more non-digital realities.
He invites the viewers to visualize alternative realities by presenting them the possibility of re-defining the functionalities of both interior and exterior architectural formations. Anadol’s work suggests that all spaces and facades have potentials to be utilized as the media artists’ canvases.
‘We live in an Ocean of Air’ is a virtual reality experience where the invisible connection between plant and human is revealed through breath. It was created by Marshmallow Laser Feast.
What happens is that the cutting-edge technology illuminates the invisible connections between the human and nature world. What you’ll see when the installation starts, is the giant Sequoia tree. You’re being transported into a world that’ll leave your jaw on the ground and eyes wide open- wanting to capture every detail you’re seeing. And as time passes, the scenery changes as well.
Breathe in and out and you’ll see you’re right in the installation. The color changes and you can even move it around as you breathe out. It’s done with breath and heart sensors that are tracking your real-time breathing and essentially put it in the virtual reality. Making it even more immersive than it already was.
It’s a magical world you’re stepping into and time will feel as none-existant.
The installation will embolden you to reflect on the reality that we, as human beings, aren’t the only thing on this planet. We share our planet with other organisms and it’ll make you cerebrate about the responsibility that we carry. And reflect on our dependence.
It is a great experience and it stays in your mind even when it’s over. Overwhelming and impressive! We need more installations like this.
French digital artist, Mathieu Le Sourd (Maotik) focuses his work on the creation of immersive multimedia environments and generative visuals. His work has recently been presented in various festivals around the world, such as Mutek Festival, Live Cinema in Rio, Signal Festival in Prague, the British Film Institute in London and ARS Electronica in Linz.
As the lead of Moment Factory’s interactive team in 2011, Le Sourd produced several large-scale projects including a multimedia experience in the new terminal at Los Angeles International Airport as well as the visuals for Nine Inch Nails’ world tour. In 2013, he produced the critically-acclaimed immersive multimedia performance DROMOS, which was presented at the SATosphere in Montreal as part of Mutek festival.
Always in search of new challenges, Le Sourd designs his own visual tools; generating animations from algorithms and creating 3D worlds to transform perceptions of space. He collaborates with musicians, sound artists, and scientists in order to continue his research into the relationship between art, science, and technology.
FOTONICA from photon, historically as light, from Greek φωτός (photòs), is a festival that investigates art forms related to the light element, in particular, digital light. PHOTONICA wants to be a new project in a field where Rome has always been a reference, but today it suffers from the lack of an international event: the Audio Visual Arts.
PHOTONICA wants to be a project of the newborn roman network of organizations active in contemporary video audio to build a program that represents the various forms of expression:
Audio Video Performances
FOTONICA is produced by Flyer communication, which in 2004 created the LPM Live Performers Meeting, the largest event in the industry. He came to his 18th edition, of which 11 in Rome and the others, thanks to the support of the European Community, Xalapa, Minsk, Mexico City, Cape Town, Eindhoven and Amsterdam. Since 2004, LPM has hosted more than 4600 artists, 2625 performances, workshops and showcases, with 72 participating countries and more than 1,500,000 visitors.
Microwave Festival began in 1996 as an annual video art festival of the local video art institution Videotage. As technology progressed and became more accessible, video art slowly evolved to involve other media; thus Microwave began to embrace the wider range of new media art. As the first and only art festival in Hong Kong dedicated to new media art, Microwave has steadily grown into a well-established festival that brings cutting-edge works to provoke thought in the technological hub every year.
In its 10th anniversary, Microwave Festival celebrated by becoming an independent organization, completed with a re-branding by design partner Milkxhake and a strengthened curatorial and working team. Microwave then continues the hard work to inspire Hong Kong and the rest of the world with pioneering media artworks selected to suit themes relevant to the society today, while also avidly supporting the exchange and dialogue between artists, professionals, and the general public.
They envision that through the Microwave network, Hong Kong artists will be introduced to international institutions and curators, working as a platform and gateway for them to develop their art and skills. Apart from the grand annual festival, Microwave also endeavors to nurture a rising local new media arts community, organizing various programmes such as educational workshops, seminars, forums, and exhibitions.