Recent Videos

Visualize Your Taxes

We wanted to create a visualization that would blend storytelling & exploration, giving users the opportunity to better understand the US federal budget using familiar visual metaphors.

Starting from your own perspective, set up your priorities, then explore the budget both from a global/personal perspective with stories.

Navigate through 3 different representations, focus on a specific year, account or overall period, interactively navigate in time, compare and get numerical details.

Source: The data is taken from
Credit: FFunction team: Sebastien Pierre, Audree Lapierre, Samantha Rideout, James McKinney

Cast: FFunction

Reality Inspectors  ::  Theremin Assembly at EYEBEAM NYC

Alex Hornbake of The Reality Inspectors assembly a Moog theremin kit at EYEBEAM in NYC.

Cast: Sean McDonald

Alex Hornbake of The Reality Inspectors assembly a Moog theremin kit at EYEBEAM in NYC.

posted by Sean McDonald

lasersaur build at culturelab

for more information on the lasersaur project visit or

Cast: stefanix, pussykrew and Addie Wagenknecht

MIXER is Eyebeam's quarterly event series dedicated to showcasing leading artists in the fields of live audiovisual performance, interactive and participatory art. Videography by Jason Jones, Benton-C Bainbridge, Elsa Viera, Emma McRae, and Christina Kral. Edited by Paul Amitai. Music courtesy of Kudu, Judi Chicago, bubblyfish, and The Collection Agency

360frames times infinity: demonstration video

360frames times infinity is a photo booth installation built on top of the 3frames website. 8 webcams surround an enclosure in 360 degrees, generating bullet time-style animated gifs that are uploaded to 3frames. An accompanying projected visualization displays more than 1000 of the most recent uploads to 3frames as an infinitely scrolling starfield, updating in realtime to reveal the latest uploads as they happen.

Originally shown at Eyebeam's MIXER: Past Futures event:​events/​mixer-past-futures

Music: "All Aboard" by DMX Krew

Cast: Aaron Meyers

the two fish example

This is an example movie, showing how to use the arduino microcontroller and a bunch of sensors and buttons to create a real-time puppeteering performance with Moviesandbox.

If you like this example, please consider supporting Moviesandbox on Kickstarter here:​fLxdrX

A Tutorial on how to create your own bend-sensors can be found here:​id/​Neoprene-Bend-Sensor-IMPROVED/​

And thank you Jake, for helping!

Cast: Friedrich Kirschner

THV mainframe

super computer designed and built buy THUNDERHORSE @ EYEBEAM gallery NYC

Cast: Thunder Horse Video

Introductory Sound Art/Electronic Music

Video documentation of The Public School New York's Introduction to Sound Art/ Electronic Music class held at Eyebeam Art and Technology Center, NYC.
The concert was a presentation of student works in progress, curated and installed by Jackson Moore. Video and audio is created by Taeyoon Choi.
For more information about the class.​class/​2732

Cast: Taeyoon Choi

Documentation of "Ein kleines Puppenspiel" at the CyNet Art in Dresden in November 2007. This was the first performance of the piece.
Thanks to the TMA Hellerau, Thomas Dumke and Anja Dietel for making this happen!

Performer - Ivana Kalc

virtual Camera and Editing - Bianca Bodmer

live Sound and Music - Sebastian Zangar

Director - Friedrich Kirschner

wearable Motioncapture suit - Mika Satomi and Hannah Perner-Wilson

supported by -
TMA Hellerau
Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst Sachsen
Eyebeam Center for Art and Technology

Cast: Friedrich Kirschner and Bianca Bodmer

Tags: eyebeam, CyNet Art, dresden, performance, animation, puppetry, machinima, realtime, puppet, puppenspiel, puppeteering and moviesandbox