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HEarts of STEM

[HE]Arts of STEM is a new festival which highlights all of the things that the Creative Technologies degree is about! We're bringing new creative technologies together with artistic and cultural projects and asking big questions about how the arts and technology are informing each other in the early 21st century…how Arts/Humanities and STEM need each other!

The first [HE]Arts of STEM festival was held in February as part of the 2016 NI Science Festival.

Further details here

James Mc Sparron: Comparative Study of 3D rendering techniques for human skin

James Mc Sparron: Comparative Study of 3D rendering techniques for human skin

Joe McLaughlin. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’

Joe McLaughlin. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’

An audio-reactive artwork created using synthesisers, overdriven speakers, lasers, smoke, mirrors, physical computing and projections. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’ is primarily powered by synthesised sound, in which the resulting tones morph the physical space of the room as well as reacting to the viewer's presence within the installation. 

(Photographer: Paula Gillespie)

Infographic: your  memories  of  the  oldest  department store  in  the  world.

Infographic: your memories of the oldest department store in the world.

Terry Quigley, Dr Paul Devlin & Adrian O'Connell

ISSTA International Festival and Conference on Sound 2016

The Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association is an all-island organisation that brings together practitioners integrating fields of music, art, sound, science and technology. 

We recently hosted the 6th international ISSTA festival at Magee campus and venues around Derry/Londonderry.

We had public events including

    •    workshops and talks from leading international figures

    •    art installations

    •    electronic music gig nights

    •    spatial/surround sound music concerts

 

More details at http://issta.ie

Stephen O'Neill: Audio-reactive Generative Visuals

Stephen O'Neill: Audio-reactive Generative Visuals

Greg O'Hanlon & Terry Quigley: The Riverdance App

Greg O'Hanlon & Terry Quigley: The Riverdance App

More details here

Marty Doherty: Creating Sounds from Un-intentionality

Marty Doherty: Creating Sounds from Un-intentionality

More details here.

Brendan McCloskey: InGrid

Brendan McCloskey: InGrid

More details here.

Philip Wallace: Intonaromuri 101

Philip Wallace: Intonaromuri 101

Spatial Music Collective

Spatial Music Collective

More details here.

Brian Bridges & Paul Devlin: testing Austins City of Culture 2013 Installation

Brian Bridges & Paul Devlin: testing Austins City of Culture 2013 Installation

More details here.

HEarts of STEM

[HE]Arts of STEM is a new festival which highlights all of the things that the Creative Technologies degree is about! We're bringing new creative technologies together with artistic and cultural projects and asking big questions about how the arts and technology are informing each other in the early 21st century…how Arts/Humanities and STEM need each other!

The first [HE]Arts of STEM festival was held in February as part of the 2016 NI Science Festival.

Further details here

James Mc Sparron: Comparative Study of 3D rendering techniques for human skin

Joe McLaughlin. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’

An audio-reactive artwork created using synthesisers, overdriven speakers, lasers, smoke, mirrors, physical computing and projections. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’ is primarily powered by synthesised sound, in which the resulting tones morph the physical space of the room as well as reacting to the viewer's presence within the installation. 

(Photographer: Paula Gillespie)

Infographic: your memories of the oldest department store in the world.

Terry Quigley, Dr Paul Devlin & Adrian O'Connell

ISSTA International Festival and Conference on Sound 2016

The Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association is an all-island organisation that brings together practitioners integrating fields of music, art, sound, science and technology. 

We recently hosted the 6th international ISSTA festival at Magee campus and venues around Derry/Londonderry.

We had public events including

    •    workshops and talks from leading international figures

    •    art installations

    •    electronic music gig nights

    •    spatial/surround sound music concerts

 

More details at http://issta.ie

Stephen O'Neill: Audio-reactive Generative Visuals

Greg O'Hanlon & Terry Quigley: The Riverdance App

More details here

Marty Doherty: Creating Sounds from Un-intentionality

More details here.

Brendan McCloskey: InGrid

More details here.

Philip Wallace: Intonaromuri 101

Spatial Music Collective

More details here.

Brian Bridges & Paul Devlin: testing Austins City of Culture 2013 Installation

More details here.

HEarts of STEM
James Mc Sparron: Comparative Study of 3D rendering techniques for human skin
Joe McLaughlin. ‘Harmonic Sound & Light Installation’
Infographic: your  memories  of  the  oldest  department store  in  the  world.
ISSTA International Festival and Conference on Sound 2016
Stephen O'Neill: Audio-reactive Generative Visuals
Greg O'Hanlon & Terry Quigley: The Riverdance App
Marty Doherty: Creating Sounds from Un-intentionality
Brendan McCloskey: InGrid
Philip Wallace: Intonaromuri 101
Spatial Music Collective
Brian Bridges & Paul Devlin: testing Austins City of Culture 2013 Installation