About TechnoFrolics and ChoreoV
TechnoFrolics is the interactive exhibit and science-artwork studio founded by David Durlach in 1988. Since its inception, TechnoFrolics' interactive science exhibits, commercial attractions, and kinetic artworks have been exhibited throughout the U.S., Europe, Asia, Australia, Canada, the Middle East, and Central America, in highly diverse contexts including science museums, aquariums & zoos, art galleries, trade shows, press events, and conferences on socially responsible uses of high-technology. Read about TechnoFrolics' history here.
ChoreoV arose through:
- A deep understanding of kinetic artwork choreography, including decades of first-hand experience with the painstaking, time consuming, low level coding often required to realize one's vision.
- The viewpoint of “video-as-data”, developed in connection with our FrameGlide | Spin Browser video explorer, and enhanced during our work with university students prototyping a TF choreographable LED concept.
- The epiphany that video could be used to control virtually any object in the physical world. The appreciation that that fact, combined with the ready availability and wide-spread use of PC/Mac-based sophisticated video/animation tools, presented an exciting synergy.
Additional Exhibit Technologies and Initiatives
Examples of TechnoFrolics' choreographed works include our Dancing Iron Dust and Animated Fabric Banners.
Temporal Innovations is an offshoot of TechnoFrolics, created to further describe, develop, and apply the FG|SB system to professional, industrial, academic, and government markets.
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