This video evokes projection mapping techniques, but it seems rather a gigantic led screen in Seoul, I try to find something about it with the author´s site without success. Maybe he can help us out here. On the other hand, I must say the projection/gigantic screening, misses out the amazing beauty of the original piece. Probablly made with something like processing, I see an absolute hypnotising jewel. Cloth like elements with great physics reacting to the sound design offering an overwhelming numbness. I simply love it. For instances you are in a gazing wolrd of abstract living landscapes. Silky planes with an "oniric" mutation.
I love it, what do you think my friends?
Enjoy this discovery, Robert Seidel an initial biology student evolving to visual arts with focus into organic behaviors and "slow evolving complexity" (quoting him).
Feedback from the Author Robert Seidel for The Jellyfish Act:
Thanks for the post! Seoul Square Media Canvas is a big LED screen at the main train station in Seoul, one of the biggest screens world-wide. Because LED screens are very low resolution (you can see the raster) I tried to create distinctive, light-filled forms that are readable on the media facade as well the film HD release. Like my other works its a mixture of 2D/3D and scripting, but no processing :)