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Live A/V

On November 16, 2010 By

VJing and live A/V practices support a convergence or mixing of the elements of rhythm and movement in sensorial and motorial engagement, from the extended interfaces of sensors used in performance, to mass scale gaming systems like the Nintendo Wii. We also see the process in the making of media work through techniques of […]

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