Title: Pop Vox
Launch Date: Dec-12-2008
Creative content provider for Treet.TV music programme. Our shows includes almost all technical aspects of Second Life support like custom builds, designs, sound-/video tech, avatardesigns, animators etc. Shows include real life artists like Greg Hawkes (The Cars), Max Morgan, Baby Woodrose and one of Second Lifes most popular artists Mankind Tracer. Several shows hosted in 4 sim complex and all hosted live on the fly.
To get a sneak preview behind the scenes of these shows read the anecdotes at each of these galleries.
Title: MMIF Machinima Festival 2010
Launch Date: Feb-20-2010
Designing 4 sim complex functionality and host afterparty.
About MMIF: MaMachinima International Festival
Masterminded by Chantal Harvey ‘MMIF 2010′ was the second edition of an annual film festival in 3D cyberspace with a screening in physical space (‘RL’). A seven hour movie marathon with a two hour afterparty. MMIF 2010 could also be followed on the web via live stream broadcasts.
The MMIF is a celebration of ‘Machinima’: a new cinematic art form, created with virtual worlds and video games. On 3D Internet platforms like Second Life®, any kind of movie sets can be build for very low costs. The MMIF aims to bring machinima to a wider audience, online – and offline. Machinima artists from all over the world were present in real time at the virtual MMIF Theatre. They presented over 50 short films and had talks with other machinimatographers and an international audience.
More than 800 attended the virtual festival during the 9 hours runtime.
Title: The Pop Explosion
Launch Date: April-16-2010
Design of a full sim rollout, management of $100.000L machinima contest, judge process, permissions, copyrights etc. of 15 machinima entries with treet.tv, 5 hours live web- and inworld casting as part of full 10 hours event, 50+ content creators involved, marketing throughout the grid. Event was fronted at secondlife.com Destination Guide. More than 500 attended the 10 hours event. Watch the the live transmission or all machninimas on YouTube.
Launch Date: April-30-2010
Designed avatars and managed 5 avatars performing as The Para Quintet streaming live from mixed reality event Through the Virtual Looking Glass at Harbor Gallery, UMass Boston. Technical support on streaming. In world marketing support. See pics from RL concert and more.
Title: Craig Lyons “Los Angeles Times” Promo Concert
Launch Date: June-05-2010
Provided stage and use of Pop Art Lab sim for RL/SL mixed reality live concert streamed from Santa Monica, California into Pop Art Lab. Coordinated with Treet.TV to provide a nice video for an upcoming article to be published in Los Angeles Times covering the music scene in Second Life. Article can be read here and the 60 minutes concert can be viewed at Treet.TV. Further readings at Hamlet Aus New World Notes blog.
Launch Date: June-8-2010
Consults on setting up Metanomics mixed realty broadcast live from Copenhagen, Denmark and Second Life. Soundtech support and management. The show was a collaboration between Metanomics, Roskilde University (RUC), Denmark and Treet.TV. To read more and watch please go to Metanomics.
Title: Art Breaker
Launch Date: September-5-2010
Planning, predesigning and coordinating a 4000 prim art exhibition showcasing the very best of inter-/ reactive art and soundinstallations in Virtual Worlds. After a 2 months proposal timeline 8 artists were selected to participate in the collaboration. The project was supported by the Nordic Virtual Worlds Network (NVWN). More than 1000 guests visited the opening during first 2 days. The opening event was webcasted live by Treet.TV and lasted more than 12 hours non-stop featuring a long list of live musicians, art creators and top notched speakers. The event was on frontpage of secondlife.com Destination Guide and later on selected to be included in their Editors’ Picks and have recieved the highest user ratings of all listings.
Launch Date: March-26-2011
The making of Danish indieband Giana Factorys musicvideo for their single “Pixelated Truth”. A competetion was set and directors had 1 month to create the video and a jury selected the winner out of 8 entries.
Winning announcement was webcasted live by Treet.TV *TO BE UPDATED*
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