How The Face Changes With Shifting A Light Source
As spotted in the music video for Opale’s Sparkles and Wine.
Oh. I love this so much.
Kinetic light sculptures by artist/physicist Paul Friedlander
This is amazing!!
United Visual Artists//Coachella Mainstage
Celia Keenan-Bolger and company in Peter and the Starcatcher (2012).
Staging Shakespeare will be the first one, released to complement the Festival’s opening night production of Romeo and Juliet.
In the game, which is currently in development, the player is allotted certain digital assets — costumes, props, sound and lighting cues — with which to create a virtual scene from Romeo and Juliet.
The player earns points for successful staging it, and can then unlock new assets, as well as new stages, “levelling up” from the Studio Theatre all the way up to the Festival Theatre.
Social media plays a role in judging the scenes, which not only spreads the word about the game, but also provides an audience for the player’s work, noted Gaffney.
“We’re also hoping that it gives some insight into how you put a scene together, and some of the neat elements you can work with to produce theatre,” she said.
Please go Like The Stratford Festival on Facebook and let them know what you think of their idea! This is fantastic because it looks like they’re trying to get kids into tech more than anything else!
ETC announced it’s new ETC Source Four Mini today. It uses a 50W MR16 lamp, and is intended to mounted on standard track lighting tracks. More info to be released at USITT.
They have also released a new console, the Eos Titanium (or Ti). It’s a merger between the Gio and the Eos, with two large multitouch screens, motorized playbacks, support for multiple external monitors, and much more. The full product page can be found here.
This is glorious.