Seattle, WA. - (December 26, 1999) - Seattle-based software company, Onadime, has teamed up with MTV Online to provide live interactive entertainment for six "Real World" style "Bunkernauts" sealed inside MTV's Y2K bunker buried under Times Square in New York. The MTV Bunkernauts will live isolated underground together for seven days from 12/26/99 through 01/2/00 while MTV.Com Web cameras roll 24/7. Onadime will provide Bunkernauts with their newest source of entertainment. Anyone with Web access can tune into the live events of the Bunker at http://www.mtv.com.
Bunkernauts at Onadime's "Interactive Station" within the Bunker will groove to Onadime's spectacular computer images flashing across a 10' x 10' video wall. Onadime is the very latest in real-time creativity software which blends video and audio synthesis technologies into a fully interactive computer application. Onadime Free Player™ is available for free download at the Onadime website at http://www.onadime.com.
Onadime will perform live distortions of video feeds and karaoke performances, project real-time synthesis of visual music driven by the sounds of the Bunker. Voices, machinery, ambient sounds and the music of MTV will drive continuous real-time representations of the Bunker scene. The 10' x 10' Bunker Media Room video wall becomes a creative mirror of live events, transforming commonplace and exceptional scenes into "live" dynamic computer art.
Contact: Jim McCullough
P.O. Box 99151, Seattle, WA 98199 USA
Voice 206-283-3492 (USA 011)