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Friday, April 22 • 1:30pm - 2:30pm

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Aureio Czargb & Emma Gertsen: Firelights - Originally a real-time laser projector for live drawing on phosphorescent screen, is now displayed as an experiment in machine generated art that deliberately...exploits the extended persistence of vision effect of the medium.

Peter Dilworth: Butch - A small dinosaur shaped robot that tries to
make people bring him ice-cream using only the power of his mind, and
he walks around on occasion as well, and has fairly loud eyeballs.
(photos attached)

Joseph Unruh & Jacqui Manzi: Kinetic Spectrum- "A study in
interactive lighting and an experiment in what people do when lighting
follows them as they move around a space. Using a camera that measures
distance and node lighting 'Kinetic Spectrum' will highlight anyone
who walks by."

Jeff Mission: WiiWhorld- Free, open-source, real-time visual
synthesizer for sacred
geometry. You can VJ with it, make unique digital artwork with it, or
sit back and watch it like a screensaver. The WiiWhorld project makes
it possible to control Whorld using a Nintendo Wiimote.

Vermin Street presents Boston’s culture of experiment, where technology and art make dirty and sensuous love.

Friday April 22, 2011 1:30pm - 2:30pm
Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Tower Auditorium 621 Huntington Ave., Boston, MA 02115