This performance is created as my main project at the Doctoral Programme of the Hungarian Academy of Fine Arts, where I made practise based research. My theme is the new technologies in fine arts, above all the biofeedback-art. This performance is based on biosensors like ECG what measures the pulse of the dancer, and some EMG sensors to measure curtain muscle movements. These data are visualised realtime while the performer dances, generated graphics are mixed with prerecorded videos as a vj-act on the stage. It is created by both of the dancer and the VJ. The black-and-white videos show limbs moving in a strange way, sometimes they are mistakable because of the weird aspect of the camera. And also there are macro pictures of the human body for example skin and iris. The choreography contains elements where the movements of the dancer are connected with the generated graphic and are […]

-Augmented reality technologies in AR Lab’s projects -Psychology of VR technology   presented at Capa Center 02.2015  

Non-invasive biosensors in artworks presented at Audiovisual Open Studios Budapest in 2012 at Capa Center in 2015   

“ART VISION VJ (VJ’s Battle Contest) is a contest/battle between VJs at which contestants will demonstrate 15 minute VJ-sets representing video content with background music mix. Video content means 2D-3D light color projections on physical urban objects considering their geometry and positioning. Music mix as well as video content should be prepared by each contestant in advance. During demonstration of works with background music mixes at the competition a Festival DJ will be engaged. The venue of ART VISION VJ Competition will be the facade of Pavilion 32 and Rocket Monument at VDNH Exhibition Center . Russian and international creative teams, design studios, students, professional organizations etc. may take part in the Competition.”  

A couple of friends and me made something cool at the DMX workshop, using Vezér 1.3 and two addressable LED strips. credits:Andrea Sztojánovits, Gabor Borosi, Ivo Kovacs, Laszlo Zsolt Bordos, Luma Beamerz, Tamás Herczeg, Réka Harsányi More about Vezér app: and

The REact is a work-in-progress, interactive performance piece by AntiNode in which a DJ (Swim the Shine) and a VJ (Réka Harsányi) create a coherent audiovisual experience with real-time audience interaction. The first public demonstration of the ideas behind their exciting project took place at Kocka on 5th of April. The audience came to try out the technology and took centre stage while interacted with the visual presentation.

The main focus of the installation is brain wave controlled video screening. The data coming from the sensor is divided into six parts (from the relaxed to the focused state of attention), and assigned to six video-loops. The intensity of the brain waves in the given zones control the layered and cross-faded alpha channels of the video-loops.