Four Dimensions Development update 6
I asked Marc Pinsky, the Max Engineer, to develop our use of a Nintendo Wii game controller (called a Wii-mote) to be used by the conductor, Dirk Meyer as a conducting baton – doubling as a baton for the orchestra and at the same time providing a useable pulse to control the electronics playback. Some of the movement data generated by the Wii baton is also used by our Visual Artist, Nathan Selikoff.
On Monday March 12, Maestro Meyer and I finally got together for him to try out the device. Marc Pinsky and Nathan Selikoff both ‘attended’ the meeting via an iChat video conference. We made some important decisions, explained in the video.——
“Four Dimensions” a multimedia work for Orchestra, EWI, and surround electronics, premiere
April 21, 2012 6pm – 10 pm
Symphony in HD concert by the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra, under the baton of Maestro Dirk Meyer
Full Sail Live Auditorium
Full Sail University
Winter Park, FL
This is the Orlando Philharmonic’s annual fund raising event, and this work was commissioned by them to take advantage of the technology available for the audiences entertainment
Tickets buy quite an evening!
THE EVENING BEGINS AT 6 P.M. with drinks, hors d’oeuvres and a silent auction on the Backlot, Full Sail University’s outdoor movie set.
7:30 P.M. Upon entering Full Sail Live, guests will enjoy a three course meal catered by Arthur’s–each course served between sets of live music and stunning visuals created by Full Sail’s students and faculty. A live auction will provide an array of once-in-a-lifetime experiences and exciting travel opportunities.
AFTER THE CONCERT Join us for a festive outdoor party with Orlando Philharmonic musicians and Full Sail faculty.
Dress: cocktail attire
Cost: $250 per person. Proceeds benefit the Orlando Philharmonic.
HOW: Buy tickets and attend!