Hedrot (for "head rotation tracker") is a low-cost (less than 40 euros) and efficient open-source hardware/software solution for head tracking.
Making traces is a kinetic audio-visual installation by Matteo Castiglioni that investigates the possible relationships between sign and sound, trying to bring as much as possible to the time of the composition to that of the execution, creating a score in continuous creation, execution and variation.
Tweets release air bubbles and electronic sounds that allow viewers to see and hear the environmental cost of online behavior and its supportive physical infrastructure.
Δ∞ [Infinite Delta] is an interactive kinetic installation/performance.
This project is called Smomid, which stands for string modeling midi device.
First version of “Into the Void”, a series of audiovisual installations exploring physical structures creating light and shadows with immersive audiovisual spaces. A array of triangles is placed on the floor, each one has a LED strip on the back which are connected to an Arduino.
This installation refers to characteristic soundscapes of Krakow. By moving hands above a map of the city, visitors can experience various soundscapes of different parts of the city. It’s built using light sensors which react on the changing of the light while hovering the map with hands.
An interactive installation which aims to create a sonification of stars and constellations data through a dedicated interface. Since there’s no sound in space, I wanted to to conceptualize a link between electromagnetic and sound waves allowing visitors to learn about specific stars through sound information. Two players can use the system at the same time, by moving their right hands over the two black, circular sensors. The data rendered for each star are: temperature (color index: red star = old and cold, blue star = hot and young), brightness (as seen from Earth), distance (from Earth) respectively mapped into: frequency (Hz), amplitude (dB), duration (ms). The project has been developed using Arduino, Leap Motion and Max7.
Skin Music (2012) is an intimate work that explores the relationships between sound and physical sensation from the listener’s perspective.
Hear the rainbow is a synaesthetic interactive sonification system designed to turn colour into sound by emulating the way our brain and body processes colour.
Working title: #Feedme | Work in progress The project by Josien Niebuur & Manno Bult is an interactive installation (partly developed at the Banff Centre of the Arts in Canada), that is being continuously fed by social media, more specific the #hashtags used in twitter messages.
Max 7 is the middle man between OSC (UDP) messages from an Arduino Uno and Ableton Live.
Created an interactive environment for participants to explore using their body as the controller for a fully immersive experience.
TEXT TONE is an interactive mobile phone based sound sculpture created out of broken and obsolete telephone technology.
Arduivis is a bi-directional communication paradigm for programming languages & microcontrollers.
The room is pitch black and filled with the hollow sound of a machine breathing.
Hive is a multichannel speaker sculpture combining found and fabricated parts to create a pulsating spatial sound composition.
I was first introduced to Max/MSP in September 2013.
The Grassi Box is a MIDI-to-relay piece of hardware (built by Dan Wilson of Circitfied) based on an Arduino teensy and some accompanying software tools built in Max.
>7,000,000,000 interactive installation Martina Menegon, Stefano D’Alessio 2013 Every 400 milliseconds a new human being born, at the same rate a new projected “human” appears in the space, filling it dramatically fast.
VOICES OF UMEÅ: SINGING INSTRUMENTS! is an exhibition with a bunch of interactive instruments built from everyday objects, with the purpose of exploring experimental music composition through a playful and inspiring process.