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1. LSP - alveole 14 - Edwin van der Heide

LSP - alveole 14 - Edwin van der Heide

LSP is a research trajectory exploring compositional relationships between sound, space, light and color. Lissajous figures form the starting point for the developed relations between sound and visual shape. By combining laser light and fog it becomes possible to project in space, instead of on a surface. The result is an environment where the audience is standing inside the work. It's a true sensory experience in which it's difficult to make a separation between the experience of the work and the work itself. The work LSP - alveole 14 is one of the results from the LSP research trajectory. http://www.evdh.net/lsp


2. Heide

  • Published: 2017-07-11T10:29:33+00:00
  • Duration: 504
  • By Menno Rietveld
Heide

Heath 9 min, digital, black and white, 2017 ------------------------------------------------ Passing time with sheep.


3. Oktokopter | Heide | Winter 2011

  • Published: 2011-12-29T22:53:46+00:00
  • Duration: 185
  • By pixel-up
Oktokopter | Heide | Winter 2011

We enjoyed the (rare) great wheater outside to fly in the nature park called "Königsbrunner Heide" near Augsburg (Bavaria). Oktokopter w/ Nex5, stabilized and colorcorrected w/ AE Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/pixel-up/175700289164066


4. DSLE -3- Edwin van der Heide

DSLE -3- Edwin van der Heide

DSLE is an immersive audiovisual environment that takes us to and beyond transitions in, and limits of, our visual and auditory perception. It explores carefully created interrelations between sound and light. Different models are being used to give light a spatial and time-based component comparable to the spatial behavior of sound. DSLE is using an octaphonic loudspeaker setup and fourty four independently controlled led lights. The lights are shining from behind onto a screen that floats in space and surrounds the audience. The spatial nature of the setup and the detailed level of control creates the possibility to control and manipulate our perception of space. The behavior and artifacts of our senses form the starting point for the composition of a transforming space. Moments where sound and light appear to interrelate with each other are complemented with moments where the spatial perception of sound and light contradict with each other and lead to distinct ambivalences in our perception of space. Sections with very subtle, near invisible, changes are alternated powerful moments that play directly with the retina itself. More info and images: www.evdh.net/dsle Notes: - This video was shot with a simple pocket camera and shows only a part of the work. A lot of moments are difficult or impossible to capture because of interferences between the frame rate of the camera and the fast and precise control of the led lights. - This work uses the full audio spectrum. It is important to listen on good headphones or hi-fi speakers with a good low frequency reproduction. Computer speakers and many multi-media speakers don't reproduce the lower frequencies used in the work.


5. Zonsopkomst de Tonnenberg, bloeiende heide (4K)

Zonsopkomst de Tonnenberg, bloeiende heide (4K)

23 augustus 6:00 uur. Prachtige zonsopkomst bij de Tonnenberg (Kamper Klippen in het Zwolse Bos bij Heerde) waar de heide in bloei stond. Moeilijke lichtomstandigheden om te filmen omdat de lichtintensiteit per minuut anders was. Ook de copter had wat technische problemen waardoor ik soms hier meer op moest letten dan het filmen zelf.


6. LSP -Festung Ehrenbreitstein- Edwin van der Heide

LSP -Festung Ehrenbreitstein- Edwin van der Heide

May 11th - May 20th, 2012 LICHTSTRÖME 2012, Koblenz, Germany LSP is a research trajectory exploring the relationship between sound and three dimensional image by means of laser projection. In 1815 Nathaniel Bowditch described a way to produce visual patterns by using a sine wave for the horizontal movement of a point and another sine wave for the vertical movement of that point. The shape of the patterns depends on the frequency and phase relationship of the sine waves. The patterns are known as Lissajous figures, or Bowditch curves. LSP interprets Bowditch's work as a possible starting point to develop relationships between sound and image. Since sine waves can also be used to produce pure (audible) tones, it is possible to construct a direct relationship between sound and image. Frequency ratios in sound, de-tuning and phase shifts can have a direct visual counterpart. Although theoretically all sounds can be seen as sums of multiple sine waves, music in general is often too complex to result in interesting visual patterns. The research of LSP focuses on the subject of composing signals that have both a structural musical quality and a time-based structural visual quality. Different relationships between sound and image are used throughout both the performance and the installation form. By combining audio with visuals the spatial perception of sound is often being reduced because of the two-dimensional nature of the image versus the three-dimensional nature of sound. With laser(s), it is possible to create three-dimensional changing environments that surround the audience. Here, the image is generated by projecting a laser on a thin layer of smoke or fog. Image and sound originate from the same real-time generated source in the computer. This results in a performance where image and sound play equally important roles. The environment challenges the audience to change their perspective continuously. More information: www.evdh.net/lsp Notes: - This work uses the full audio spectrum. It is important to listen on good headphones or hi-fi speakers with a good low frequency reproduction. Computer speakers and many multi-media speakers don't reproduce the lower frequencies used in the work.


7. Heide-Park Resort "Adventure Hotel"

  • Published: 2015-05-07T12:19:12+00:00
  • Duration: 25
  • By OPTIX

8. Die Heide

  • Published: 2016-02-10T15:57:15+00:00
  • Duration: 210
  • By Jana Plavec
Die Heide

An echo of a day spent "in der Heide.."


9. Heide & Thiago {Trailer}

  • Published: 2012-10-12T06:02:29+00:00
  • Duration: 303
  • By NKG Filmes

10. Louise Bourgeois at Heide Museum

Louise Bourgeois at Heide Museum

A behind-the-scenes look at how the works of Louise Bourgeois, including her famous 'Spider' were installed at Heide Museum.


11. Schneebretteln auf der Heide

  • Published: 2012-01-05T00:14:57+00:00
  • Duration: 251
  • By Kevin Walker
Schneebretteln auf der Heide

An awesome day snowboarding and skiing with friends in Lenzerheide (Switzerland). Setup: GoPro HD Hero Music: Can't Go Back by Primal Scream * * * http://walkeezy.ch http://youtube.com/walkeezy http://vimeo.com/walkeezy http://twitter.com/walkeezy http://instagram.com/walkeezy


12. Edwin VAN DER HEIDE > "DSLE -3-"

  • Published: 2012-10-02T10:14:05+00:00
  • Duration: 223
  • By Le Fresnoy
Edwin VAN DER HEIDE >

Le DSLE -3- est un environnement audiovisuel immersif qui nous emmène dans des domaines transitoires, voire au-delà, aux limites de notre perception visuelle et auditive. Il explore des liens soigneusement établis entre le son et la lumière. Différents modèles sont utilisés pour donner à la lumière une composante spatiale et temporelle comparable au comportement spatial du son. Genre : installation Distribution & Festivals: Natalia Trebik [email protected] DSLE -3- is an immersive audiovisual environment that takes us to and beyond transitions in, and limits of, our visual and auditory perception. It explores carefully created interrelations between sound and light. Different models are being used to give light a spatial and time-based component comparable to the spatial behavior of sound. Genre : installation


13. Brand Kalmthoutse Heide - rookwolk

Brand Kalmthoutse Heide - rookwolk

Een blik op de rookwolk ten gevolge van de brand in de Kalmthoutse Heide op 25 en 26 mei 2011. Meer dan 600 hectare heide werden in de as gelegd. --- Muziek door Kevin MacLeod.


14. S. C. Heide

  • Published: 2010-11-29T06:17:39+00:00
  • Duration: 93
  • By JL KATZ
S. C. Heide

S.C. Heide jeden Sonntag, 17:00 Uhr, Kunstrasenplatz GW Langenberg. Bolzen bis alle ne AU verdienen. Gedreht in 1080p mit der Canon 5D MK II. Schnittt in 720p mit Adobe Premiere tracking: Pixelfarm PFHoe vfx: Maxon Cinema 4D, Adobe After Effects, Video Copilot Optical Flares und Action Essentials 2 und Trapcode Particular 2.


15. Edwin van der Heide: LSP- Laser/Sound Performance

  • Published: 2009-10-15T17:58:10+00:00
  • Duration: 243
  • By 25 FPS
Edwin van der Heide: LSP- Laser/Sound Performance

Video interview with Edwin van der Heide during the 25 FPS International Film and Video Festival 2009. LSP is a research trajectory exploring the relationship between sound and three dimensional image by means of laser projection. Produced by Valentina Orešić


16. Sound Modulated Light - Edwin van der Heide

Sound Modulated Light - Edwin van der Heide

Sound Modulated Light is an environment of light and sound in which light is used as carrier for sound. Where Radioscape is based on the spatial behaviour of electromagnetic waves is Sound Modulated Light based on the spatial behaviour of light. Each of the lights is radiating its own sound composition. The audience uses a receiver with light sensors as interface to make the modulated light audible. The receiver functions as a new sense needed to navigate through the sound world of light sources and their reflections. The lights are placed in such a way that they overlap in an interesting way. http://www.evdh.net/sound_modulated_light/


17. HEIDE LAPS

  • Published: 2015-02-15T20:19:23+00:00
  • Duration: 231
  • By Maik Fritzsche
HEIDE LAPS

Sometimes is the best place right in front of your door. A small clip about having fun on MTB trails around Dresden and ORE mountains. Filmed with: - GoPro Hero 1&3 - Panasonic Lumix G6 with 14-140mm Superzoom lens


18. Building Portrait: R50, ifau und Jesko Fezer + Heide & Von Beckerath

  • Published: 2016-11-11T13:34:55+00:00
  • Duration: 227
  • By PLANE—SITE
Building Portrait: R50, ifau und Jesko Fezer + Heide & Von Beckerath

PLANE—SITE was invited to curate and produce a panel entitled "Housing as a Matter of Fact" as part of the World Architecture Festival in Berlin in November 2016. We visited four innovative projects to interview the residents and observe their lived experience at home within experimental architecture. By using video as a platform, we hoped to afford them the opportunity to relate their experiences, unscripted, in their own words, within the context of their own radical homes. R50, designed by ifau und Jesko Fezer with Heide & von Beckerath, is one of Berlin’s most remarkable Baugruppe projects, promoting both participatory planning and collective decision-making. The residents of R50, guided by the architects, designed a building that would foster a strong sense of community. With a unifying balcony that connects all the units and creates a wrap-around exterior walkway and various shared spaces throughout the building, such as the rooftop garden, the residents are completely immersed in their shared environment. PLANE—SITE: www.plane-site.com Heide & Von Beckerath: www.heidevonbeckerath.com World Architecture Festival: www.worldarchitecturefestival.com Cinematography & Editing: Michael Waldrep, for PLANE—SITE


19. Pneumatic Sound Field - Edwin van der Heide

Pneumatic Sound Field - Edwin van der Heide

In the installation Pneumatic Sound Field a continuum is being created between rhythmical perception of sound, spatial perception of sound and the perception of pitch. A horizontal plane of pneumatic valves is used to produce wind, pressure and sound. The result is a breathing sound environment above the audience. http://www.evdh.net/pneumatic_sound_field/


20. Fog Sound Environment - Edwin van der Heide

Fog Sound Environment - Edwin van der Heide

Fog Sound Environment is a site specific installation developed for the foreland of DordtYart (a former shipyard) nearby the junction of the three rivers that traverse Dordrecht. In this experiential artwork real fog is being created by pushing water under very high pressure through hundreds of nozzles. The fog system consists of independent sections that surround the foreland. The timing and distribution of the fog is part of a composition system that incorporates the on-site wind direction in real-time. The fog is dispersed across the, by high trees and water enclosed, grassy terrain. The behavior of the fog is under direct influence of the local weather; sun, rain and wind all have their influence on the behavior of the fog and experience of the work. A soundscape of electronically generated spatial interferences surrounds the audience while it integrates with, and builds upon, the existing sound environment of the surrounding trees and boats. The fog and the sound both merge with the environment and create an altogether new experience. http://www.evdh.net/fog_sound_environment/