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Video: The PLAYlogo synthesised light-sound circles

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© Copyright 2021 PLAYlogo (Darren R C Kelly). Webel IT Australia. All rights reserved.
Dedicated to chromæsthesia, the PLAY logo created with sound and visuals synthesis can be both seen and heard simultaneously.
PLAY was originally the name of an electro band in Hamburg, Germany, in the 1990s.

ARCHIVAL: Video: The PLAYlogo synthesised light-sound circles (Pure Data + GEM)

 ARCHIVAL (2019): This content is now considered historical only!
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© Copyright 1994-2019 PLAYlogo (Darren R C Kelly). Webel IT Australia.

Video: 4K: Drancel Chromæsthesia: Swarovski study: Gallery space video mix: Part 2

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Created with the amazing Drancel Chromæsthesia body motion light synthesis system invented by PLAY (Dr Darren Kelly), this new "gallery" video compilation is a study of three crystal pieces from Swarovski.

Video: 4K: Drancel Chromæsthesia: Swarovski study: Gallery space video mix: Part 1: “Temple of Heaven”

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Created with the amazing Drancel Chromæsthesia body motion light synthesis system invented by PLAY (Darren R C Kelly), this new "gallery" video compilation is a study of the lovely Temple of Heaven crystal piece from Swarovski - inspired by the famous Hall of Prayers for Good Harvests (祈年殿) monument from the Forbidden City complex of Beijing.

Video: 4K: Drancel Chromæsthesia: ‘It’s a crystal world !’ Swarovski dedication: Part 2

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A dedication to Swarovski created with the amazing Drancel Chromæsthesia body motion light synthesis system invented by PLAY (Dr Darren Kelly).

[ARCHIVAL] The Drancing accelerometer sensor suit "air instrument"

 ARCHIVAL (2008): This content is now considered historical only!
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The Drancing system was a sensor suit with embedded triaxial accelerometers developed by Dr Darren Kelly from 1996 to 2005 for creation of music and computer visuals using real-time synthesis of signals from dance movement and other body motion (gestures) and triggering of samples. The name Drancing originally meant "drumming-by-dancing".