News in July 2010
There’s no reason not to take part in our competition this year: We have received a vast amount of prizes from our sponsors and if the event is going well, we’ll also have a decent amount of money to give away as prizemoney to our competition winners. We’re also planning to have a jury prize again.
Be sure to check out our generous sponsors and pay their websites a visit. The whole event wouldn’t be possible without their highly appreciated help.
More Solskogen 2010 pics by T-101, GO CHECK THE FUCK!
It’s now time to inform you about a major change in our competitions this year. We had a great success when we introduced the "4k procedural graphics competition" some years ago, and are happy to see this competition at all major demoparties now featuring kickass quality releases.
Buenzli is always striving for new ways entertaining both, the crowd and the artists. We are now going to open our competitions for entries made with PROCESSING, a powerful experimental framework for realtime artists - the definitive sketchbook for artists and coders. Our goal is to attract new masterminds to the demoscene. This brings easy access for everyone to the ‘big’ competitions.
So, what will change this year? The wild competition is where we want to see realtime and interactive software in any way. Go and film your installation. Do it live on stage. This is your playground! The demo competition allows non-interactive but realtime entries made with PROCESSING aswell. We are really looking forward to see traditional demos compete with unique entries made with PROCESSING. More information on our competition pages.
So go and fire up your favourite compiler, fire up PROCESSING and go and kick ass!
Behind G.A.M.E.S. (Game Arcade Music Entertaiment System) stands a system of C64 twin processors conceived and constructed by David Pfluger, which makes it possible to play 8-bit game sounds equal to a DJ. The hits of the C64 era are "uploaded" directly from their original source, the 51/4 inch diskettes… This liveact is scheduled for Saturday night, August 21st, 2010 at Buenzli 19.
Continue reading "SÃ¤ure!Fabrik // G.A.M.E.S. Liveact"
Are you still not sure whether you come to Buenzli 19 by train, plane or car? Have a look at our journey pages with Street View Guides, distance tables, train schedules and much more information that’s helpful for you planning your trip to Buenzli 19.
Party has officially been going for 4 hours, and already pictures? .. yes, a lot showed up the day before to enjoy the lovely norwegian scene event, go have a look
Kenobit’s live 8 bit show is going to get the party folks started at Buenzli 19 on Friday, August 20th, 2010, 10pm. The powerful sound of a simple game boy, surfing on square waves since 1989. Kenobit plays his flavour of techno music using only 2 Game Boys, with no extra effects. He’ll be playing one of his pumping 8 bit sets at Buenzli 19. Pre-listen the sound of Kenobit on www.myspace.com/kenobit.
Update: Arottenbit will join Kenobit in his live show.
Having just caught our breaths, we are already planning for @party 2011. Come help it happen!
Thec has been so nice and supplied some pictures from Outline 2010, you really should check them out
For the twitter users among us: First of all you can follow us at http://twitter.com/evoke_eu. In addition to that: hashtag your trip planning, release updates, questions and whatever else party related with #evoke_eu and get listed on our You Twitter page.Â
Buenzli is more than a demoparty: In the tradition of bringing you something special every year, we found something extraordinary: The GAME ARCADE by mobileskino from Basel consists of arcade gaming machines in original size which, contrary to their appearance and external functionality, do not contain any computers and screens at all. They work purely with analogue technology. The game surfaces which visually remind of digital games of the 80ies are being reproduced by Super8 and slide projections, but are still completely interactive.
At Buenzli 19, two of the machines are presented: The 8-BOX, a shooting game, and the RACER, a racing game. Analog strikes back! See photos of these fine pieces hardware. The objects will be presented on Saturday.
Still wondering how to get to Evoke? Take a look at our travel page: you can find detailed information on all the options, a map listing all the low cost airlines directing to Evoke and the beloved photo guideÂ (with debis style scenery). In case you are offering or seeking a link, just move your browser to our lifts page.
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