Tuesday April 20th - private session (invite only)
Welcome guests from the World Economic Forum - Global Future Council
(Teams session opens at 20:45 for questions and support)
21:00 - 21:10 CET - introduction of the interactive filter-effect concept
21:10 - 21:20 CET - Meet Your Stranger
21:20 - 21:30 CET - Zoom ballet
A link to the interactive Teams session
and instructions on how to participate
have been sent to you last week by the General Secretariat. Please have the software installed before joining
March 23rd - Zoom Donkey Kong (try-out)
 Install the
program on your computer/laptop,
and search for "ZoomDonkeyKong"
in the'search' field.
 Next, select "Snap Camera" as your video-source in Zoom
Zoom Donkey Kong try-out >
March 16th - Zoom ballet
Zoom and Teams videoconferences can be enhanced with virtual backgrounds and facefilters effects. We've seen people wearing virtual fluffy bunny ears. But there’s a lot more that can be done with the interactive image manipulation effects! Especially when adding a timeline and programming the filter to work in sync for all participants. Like I did with this experimental "Zoom ballet" effect.
Zoom ballet >
March 9th - theatrical experiment - Waiting for Godot
To activate this participative play in your own Zoom session, follow these instructions >
Feb 23rd - Zoom hide and seek
The "Mist" filter-effect turned the session into a lively hide and seek game. Every minute there was a new algorithm triggered by movements of the participants. They had to guess what made them (dis)appear.
Zoom hide and seek >
(full session recording)
Feb 23rd - afterparty
"Ball pool" Snapchat filter
We all know the Zoom facefilter get-togethers which usually end up in a franctic show-off of individuals doing improvised searches in the Snap Camera filters.
But being together and all activating one specific interactive effect, that leads to a different kind of collective experience. What happens when all participants in a Zoom session activate the same filter-effect? Which characteristics of an effect are an added value? And when is it relevant to be collectively using the effect with a group, instead of experiencing an effect individually? The past few weeks I've been exploring these questions by creating multi-user interactive filter-effects and testing these with small groups of people. Join one of the upcoming Tuesdays sessions!