mike.aha is an aleatoric human aggregator built with Max. mike is designed to ingest large quantities of public domain source media (sound, music, speech, image, video and text) and recombine it aleatorically based on a few simple parameters: intensity, density, repetition, focus, and space.
Users punch their rhythm into a “voting booklet” that mimics the infamous punchcard-style Votomatic voting machines used during the 2000 Florida election debacle.
"Geografia Sonora", a sound-video installation on the theme of the sea. An archipelago of “sound islands” (singing/speaking voices, sound signals, natural and mechanical sounds) and the a continuously changing sparkling sea are automatically generated ad infinitum by Max/MSP, the Spatialisateur, Jitter and Antescofo software.
Sig.Int is a live A/V performance exploring the different contexts of sound synthesizing and visualization, directly integrating the spherical environment and multiple speakers right at the center of the composition and performance.
CRS is an interactive installation that separates reads a video signal and tracks the movement of the 10 colors in the space to generate sounds and motion graphics.
This algorithm focuses on when to generate notes, based on analyses of syncopation and repetition within Live MIDI clips.
In this Selfie Sunday we learn how to build a patch that turns webcam input into an ASCII display.
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.
All video portions of the project were done in Max/Jitter.
The core is a slitscan machine (thanks to Rob Ramirez for his help, in 2013...) I have been playing around with it since a couple of years and finally made it to the point of presenting it as an installation.
Umbra is an interactive dance performance that uses Max/Msp and Jitter along with a webcam to track the dancers movement which is manipulated with Jitter in real time.
TEXT TONE is an interactive mobile phone based sound sculpture created out of broken and obsolete telephone technology.
Fragmente der Schweiz is an installation created for the Swiss consulate and Swissnex in Rio de Janiero.
This project is an interactive database visualization of the "Medienarchiv der Künste".
Tobias Rosenberger (Video) Patrick Zosso (Music) (3d-model of Lazy Sheep: Samantha Rogers) part of: Whiter Room Begehbare Installation realized during a 6-week residency at Fleetstreet Theater Hamburg, supported by Fleetstreet e.
Commissioned for the BBC’s make it digital event, the brief was ‘to get children into code’.