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Limbic Media profiled in BC Innovation Council video

Limbic Media was recently recently profiled in a BC Innovation Council video where we get to talk about our company and Aurora™ -the audio-reactive lighting system we are launching later this year. Atagamaton – a motion controlled kinetic instrument we developed with Monkey C Interactive is also featured in the video.

After the video shoot in December we were invited to showcase Aurora™ and the Social Wearables at the sold out inaugural #BCTECH Summit in January. Kudos to the BC Innovation Council – the event was a major success! We’ll definitely be back next year.

Special thanks to Tarah Ferguson (BCIC) for a great interview and to Tahira Endean (BCIC) for helping us showcase our work at the Summit.

Massive Voice Controlled LED Walls + More

Busy times at Limbic Media these days. We have worked on a number of creative and amazing projects over the last few months: A distributed remote controlled air horn instrument (blog post coming soon, we promise), a computer vision/inertial measurement based performance tracking system which will debut at Victoria’s first Circus Festival next April 2-3. Check out our guest blog post, we threw a killer art show “Lux Voluptus II” featuring some incredible digital artists (blog post also coming soon), and we had the pleasure of working with the amazing talented group at HFour from Vancouver to realize 2 massive voice controlled LED walls for the Escapade Music Festival and Heineken in Ottawa.

The response was wicked, we continue to learn that people want to interact, they want to play and participate, they want to meet and connect with each other, they just need an excuse to do it. Art is that excuse.

Check out HFour’s portfolio, pretty impressive. Here are some images of the LED walls:

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Audio-reactive Lighting Research

We have been doing some audio-reactive lighting research at Limbic for some upcoming projects this year. Check out this video to see an audio-reactive LED sculpture by new Limbic Media team member Gabrielle Odowichuk followed by an audio-reactive beat-boxing performance by Manj Benning.


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