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My name is Stephen Schieberl. I am a Senior Engineer at Wieden+Kennedy Lodge in Portland, Oregon. I make things with emerging technology.

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Pictured: Creating a height field mesh from a dancing audience I'm not a VJ, but I have been writing some interactive experiments which are heavily visual. So... I ran visuals for the Closer Music Festival's Friday night event. I alternated between four Cinder-based applications. The first in this video is a protoype of a two-player Emotiv EPOC game we're developing at Fashionbuddha , just playing in a demo mode. The rest all work off live camera input. The second uses camera input to create a height field mesh. The third is a slit scanner. The last is the same application I used in " Manipulating Bob ". Scenes from Closer Music Festival's Friday night event at Refuge I left the camera in plain sight and reach of the crowd and just let people have at it. It definitely added an element not often found in these types of events. Unfortunately, I was too busy interacting with the slit scanner to shoot a lot of video. It was easily the best one of the night. The next day, I played a DJ set for the festival's day time park party. Listen below or download here : Your browser does not support the "audio" element. Live DJ set from Closer in the Park Enjoy.