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10th Room - Bring your own small videos!

about Evoke 2005
posted on 24th Aug 05

We offer you another little different possibility be a party of Evoke 2005! The interactive video installation "10th Room" will exhibited during the event. The installment offers a variety of possibilities of group-interactivity, including the contribution of your own, approx. 15 seconds long, video clips. The contributions will then be immidiately incorporated into the installation and presented to the interacting audience! Bring your favorite, self-made, remixed videos and become a part of it! The only demands are: The videos must be creative! The videos and must not violate good taste, the law and copyright issues. Content of the Public Domain (PD) and some forms of the Creative Commons (CC) licenses as well as your very own graphical experiments, scenes or previews and/or b-side material of your past (demoscene) releases are warmly welcome! The video must not (but can) include an audio track. However, only the video track will be incorprated. The video should not be longer than approx. 15 seconds. The video shoud be in .AVI-format and encoded with a standard codec such as DivX™ 3/4/5, Intel™ Indeo 4.5 and other common codecs are fine, too. The installation is being developed by three demoscene-aware individuals at the laboratories of the Chair of Mediadesign at the Dresden University of Technology.

 

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