9 Projects tagged with "sonification"

  • sonic particles 2.0 is a real-time sonification of urban environmental data.

  • 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.

  • La mélodie du bonheur

    Contemporary Music

    • Title: La mélodie du bonheur
    • Type: Music album - 10 sound tracks of 6min each
    • Composer: Greg Beller
    • World Premiere: "Boites noires" exhibition, Vaulx-en-Velin, France, 29th of September 2015
    • more info
    • see also EBMS

    La mélodie du bonheur is the musicalization of the emotions of our society.

  • update 2014/12/18 Release Notes Ver 0.2 New ray.sniff~ published

    • completely sniffing network traffics
    • more stable
    • codes cleaning.

  • zipCoda

    zipCoda is an audio installation that creates musical compositions based on geographical and cultural data.

  • Building Materials

    Building Materials is an installed composition, made in direct response to the architecture and use of Exeter Phoenix arts centre. Sensors spread throughout the building carry raw data back to a listening room to form a self generating audio composition, created in software designed by myself in Max/Msp.

  • Twinthesis

    The idea behind twinthesis was to explore the 'sound' of twitter, to harness the potential of the human randomness being generated on the service.

  • i-Maestro 3D Augmented Mirror

    Author: ICSRiM, University of Leeds

    The i-Maestro 3D Augmented Mirror is a software tool built with Max and Jitter, designed to support bowed-string instrument training by using multimodal feedback.

  • Authors: Timothy Weaver + eMAD

    An interactive video installation commissioned as part of Embrace!, an exhibition of unique site-specific installations in the Denver Art Museum’s Daniel Libeskind-designed Frederic C.

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