µCollider (pronounced MicroCollider) was the very first live cinema piece developed by Bardo Frings while studying ArtScience at the Royal Academy of Arts. Through the use of the programming environment Processing and more conventional audio synthesis software, a minimalistic audiovisual story is told about exploration and experimentation, leading to unforeseen consequences for the universe in which this story takes place.

It has been performed at the Royal Acadamy of Art in The Hague and at the STRP Festival in Eindhoven in the Netherlands in 2009.

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