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.

(Source: theatlanticvideo, via theatlantic)

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    At the Intersection of Music and Data, Visualizing a Drummer’s Movements Bartek Szlachcic, an audiovisual artist based...
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    Beautiful.
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    are marveling. We can only imagine the possibilities...our favorite public radio...
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    Great visualization… Makes me wonder if it can work in reverse—take a “scribbling” of lines and see what it plays on the...
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    Beautifully done.
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