theatlanticvideo:

At the Intersection of Music and Data, Visualizing a Drummer’s Movements

Bartek Szlachcic, an audiovisual artist based in Poland, used motion capture software to trace his drumsticks in space during a performance, creating this mesmerizing video. Portrait of a Ghost Drummer is a part of the artist’s ongoing investigation of “the interdependence between sound, video, human senses and issues of data storage,” a solo project named Odaibe.

Beautiful.

(via theatlantic)

  1. kseniya-vorobyova reblogged this from benjaminhilts
  2. randomjudee reblogged this from wnycradiolab and added:
    Cool!
  3. msquared91 reblogged this from theatlantic
  4. howitsmade reblogged this from skershawno1
  5. papergotback reblogged this from wnycradiolab
  6. skershawno1 reblogged this from wnycradiolab
  7. yenn reblogged this from wnycradiolab
  8. ricinbullet reblogged this from theatlantic
  9. beethovensdream reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    At the Intersection of Music and Data, Visualizing a Drummer’s Movements Bartek Szlachcic, an audiovisual artist based...
  10. raptoravatar reblogged this from theatlantic
  11. benjaminhilts reblogged this from wnycradiolab
  12. thelicenselab reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Beautiful.
  13. beingblog reblogged this from theatlanticvideo and added:
    We’re in the audio business and are marveling. We can only imagine the possibilities of layering the hand movements of...
  14. kirinmccrory reblogged this from wnycradiolab
  15. matthiasrw reblogged this from theatlantic
  16. brookandtin reblogged this from theatlantic and added:
    Great visualization… Makes me wonder if it can work in reverse—take a “scribbling” of lines and see what it plays on the...
  17. wnycradiolab reblogged this from theatlanticvideo and added:
    Beautifully done.
  18. theatlantic reblogged this from theatlanticvideo
  19. theatlanticvideo posted this