"Dangerous Art, VRML,
Java and High Technology"
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There is an image and video archive at the ICC Web site, cosponsors of
the Tokyo event. You can check out the complicated
networking configuration also.
The interview with Mark Pauline SRL's Director is
interesting, confusing and certainly gets you thinking about all this stuff.
If you happen to be in Japan check out the ICC Theater Program.
On December 23rd, 1999 a major SRL show entitled: "SRL Thoughtfully Regards: The Arbitrary Calculation of Pathological Amusement"
is taking place in Tokyo. A 40 foot high cube "with 28 tons of that good SRL stuff" is getting shipped to Tokyo.
All your favorite death and destruction teleoperated machines will be there.
SRL encourages participants to build and create their own machines. They must simply follow these guidelines:
Bring SRL to your home town. All the details and costs are available
on-line. Imagine an SRL performance instead of the usual holiday fireworks! Better yet how about something
different for that company picnic ;-)
- Devices must be large, at least 1000+ lbs.. and have an unusual
appearance, (i.e. No mad max cars please).
- Devices should either be lethal, or appear to be lethal to humans.
- Devices that create large amounts of flame, use jet engines,
create loud sounds, or employ unusual means of locomotion, will
be given special consideration.
- Devices must be remote controlled, special exceptions may be
made, but this is unlikely.
- Devices must be able to survive for an hour in extremely hostile
Can't get enough of all the SRL mania...get the video tapes! Documenting such
infamous performances titled: "The Unexpected Destruction of Elaborately Engineered Artifacts : A
Misguided Adventure in Risk Eradication, Happening Without Known cause,
in Connection With Events That are Not Necessarily Related", "A Calculated Forecast of Ultimate Doom:
Sickening Episodes of Widespread Devastation
Accompanied By Sensations of Pleasurable
Excitement", "Crime Wave" and more.
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