Dancers with disabilities paint with body movements at IMPACT Theatre

The hard work, dedication, and collaboration of 45 performers from the London metropolitan area culminated in four performances of the stage production Hyper. Hyper had multiple purposes: to provide an evening of entertainment and culture for audiences and to showcase the artistic and musical work of the performers, all of whom have learning disabilities. A highlight of the show was a dance piece in which performers painted projected imagery with their body movements, using skeletal tracking and graphics technology that included Vuo.

Art of light and shadows by Xavier Boyaud

"J’utilise la lumière et l’image comme matières premières dans mon travail de recherche et de création." ("I use light and image as raw materials in my work of research and creation.") This is how Xavier Boyaud — a self-taught visual artist, lighting designer, scenographer, and videographer — describes his work. Vuo is one of the tools that Xavier uses to sculpt light and image.

Nature Movement

This composition was created by William J Mackwood. Feel free to contact me with any questions.

It demonstrates the 'nature movement' used in "Rallentando, a restoration" project by Out of the Box Productions. You may use any element of it. Note that the leaves and grass move as if in a gentle breeze, the upper right corner clouds evolve, and there are random birds flying through the scene.

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A virtual forest installation from Gwenyth Dobie and William Mackwood

Rallentando is an interactive installation that uses Vuo to invoke a multi-sensory virtual forest. Using a combination of images, sounds, and interactive performance, "the audience experiences a gradual slackening of tempo, leaving behind the distractions of contemporary urban life."

Rallentando was created by Gwenyth Dobie, with William Mackwood (@wmackwood) leading the technical integration. Gwenyth and William, co-artistic directors of Out of the Box Productions, recently installed Rallentando at Hub14 in Toronto.

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