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Golan’s 2009 TED Talk, online

30 July 2009 / announcement, lecture, press, thanks

The TED Conference just posted a 15’33” online video of my February 2009 presentation today. Happily, the TED organization also permits their videos to be shared and embedded under a Creative Commons licence:

TED kindly provides the same video for download in additional formats as well:
Zipped MP4 video file / Podcast MP4 video for iTunes.

The snappy formatting of the TED video doesn’t allow space or time for thorough credits, attributions and acknowledgements. For this reason I would like to use this space to mention the following organizations, collaborators and other individuals whose work is cited in my presentation:

  • Slide #1 (Telegram) is courtesy ACCAD and The Charles A. Csuri Project at OSU.
  • Slide #3 (Desktop) is courtesy Mateo Zlatar.
  • Slide #4 (Baby mirror) is from Wikipedia.
  • Interstitial Fragment Processor is by Golan Levin.
  • Slide #5 (Interstitial Fragment Processor) is courtesy Bitforms Gallery NYC, photo by John Berens.
  • Slide #6 (Maluma/Takete) is from Wolfgang Kohler, Gestalt Psychology.
  • Slide #7 (Phonesthesia) is from Shelly Wynecoop, unpublished Master’s thesis, University of Chicago, 1997.
  • Slide #8 (Re:MARK) is courtesy Ars Electronica, Linz. Photo by Pascal Maresch.
  • Re:MARK is by Tmema (Golan Levin + Zachary Lieberman) with the Ars Electronica Futurelab.
  • Slide #10 (Ursonography) is photo/courtesy Juha Huuskonen.
  • Ursonography is an interpretation of Kurt Schwitters’s Ursonate, by Jaap Blonk and Golan Levin.
  • Slide #11 (Ursonography) is courtesy Ars Electronica, Linz. Photo by Pascal Maresch.
  • Slide #12 (Staring contest) is from Wikipedia.
  • Opto-Isolator is by Golan Levin with Greg Baltus.
  • Double-Taker (Snout) is by Golan Levin with Lawrence Hayhurst, Steven Benders and Fannie White.

The Interstitial Fragment Processor, Ursonography, Opto-Isolator, and Double-Taker (Snout) projects were all created using openFrameworks. Thanks to Emily, June, Martha and Matthew at the TED organization for the high production quality of the video and its subtitles.

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