Made with MultiScreener
I’m amazed at the scope of MultiScreener users who have contacted me. From a small flamenco festival in Spain, to the Museum of Modern Art, and plenty in-between. Here are some of them:
Artists & Designers
- Jane Cassidy has used MultiScreener in numerous installations:
Frimaire Is The Color (2 channel rear projection onto warehouse windows)
Long Since The Sun Has Set (4 vid channels + surround sound, on 2 old G4s and one MacBook Pro)
- Dustin Zemel modified the MultiScreener code to support proximity-based video switching for his piece SCOOP 6PM at U of Oregon’s White Box Gallery in Portland, OR.
- Jeb Johenning (Ocean Video) used MultiScreener with 11 laptops and projectors to make this amazing ad for PUMA shoes:
- David and Hi-Jin Hodge ran MultiScreener on 4x Mac minis (2010 version) to drive 8 synchronized screens for “Impermanence”. It was part of the traveling exhibit The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama which visited the Nobel Museum in Stockholm to correspond with the announcement of the 2010 Nobel Peace Prize.
- Steina Vasulka
- Michele Theunissen
- Elise van der Linden
- Marko Schiefelbein
- Kimmo Karjunen (award-winning Finnish lighting designer)
- Merge Group
- Ann Carlson & Mary Ellen Strom
- Zig Gron
- Sharon Houkema
- Bradley McCallum & Jacqueline Tarry
- Björn Rodday
Museums & Galleries
- Australian Centre for the Moving Image – www.acmi.net.au “screen worlds”
- ATOPIA, an artist collective in Oslo, uses MultiScreener to sync 4 screens for the “Vitrine” public projection series.
- Jason Watkins synced 26 iMacs for the Digital Media Production class showcase at
Arts University College at Bournemouth (UK). The 1 week run was trouble-free.
- SUNY Purchase New Media Program
- School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
- Edinburgh University’s new new-media art gallery InSpace
- Art Academy Minerva – The Netherlands
- In 2008, MultiScreener was included in a CD-ROM packaged with every copy of the German MACup magazine.
Have you used MultiScreener for something interesting? Let me know and I’ll link to your work here.