JAM -HTML5 and Flah

Session4 Result Presentation

Topic:Create a visual music instrument.

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山口崇司(d.v.d)

When we posted the theme of "musical instrument", with great deal of concern we expected that many entries might tend to be similar. Fortunately, our worries were blown away by awesome content variety, and we were genuinely amused. The inspiration was great too. The aim of the contest was to have fun, therefore we prioritized amusive quality, rather than just evaluate the technical level and audio content. We have well balanced our winners selection, based on these criteria.
Takashi Yamaguchi(d.v.d)
About Takashi Yamaguchi(d.v.d)
Born in 1976 Kyoto, JAPAN. Motion graphic creator and visual artist. Now focused on motion graphics that involve programming, media art, music videos, and stage movies. His CG work has at SIGGRAPH 2001 Electronic Theater. In 2006 he and a duo of drummers started an interactive motion graphics trio, called "d.v.d" They won Honorary Mention at Prix Ars Electronica'08.

山口崇司(d.v.d)

You can throw in a small triangular pin, which could be moved, and which moves around itself. Pains are laid out like a musical score, and the way they slowly fall apart is noteworthy.

山口崇司(d.v.d)

At first look, this seems to be quite simple, but gradually as you play with it, it appeals to use more differently. We love the way it inflames creativity.

山口崇司(d.v.d)

Not so much the completeness of this version, but this entry fills one with expectation for what comes next. As commented, with multiple characters it might be possible to add chord effect, and with further elements this might transform into well-crafted learning application.

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