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Nominated for a Bessie Award!

So this happened:

Bessie nomination for visual design...

I, along with my creative teammates have been nominated for a Bessie award, (a prominent award in the NYC dance community with 3 decades of history,) for outstanding visual design related to our Spring 2014 season collaboration with Brooklyn Ballet:

Illuminated tutu

I’m really excited to have even been noticed! Considering that I and my fellow Resistors are just getting traction in the NYC dance community, it’s a big inspiration to be recognized and inspires us to redouble our efforts to bring together the beauty of dance with reactive lighting design and wearable electronics.

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Beta Test

Beta Test

Testing LED-equipped tutus at Brooklyn Ballet. Lots of lessons learned in this live test, including some unexpected issues with reset buttons.  LED brightness in the desired theater lighting, sensitivity, static electricity damage to the LED controllers (need a resistor on the LED end of the data lead, not at the head-end on the MCU.)  Dress rehearsal today, Apr 2.

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