spatium, a set of modular software tools for sound spatialization.
The Shooting Gallery An Interactive Film / Music Installation by Bill Morrison and Richard Einhorn BAM's 30th Next Wave Festival Running Time: 50min The Shooting Gallery is an Interactive Film / Music Installation by Bill Morrison and Richard Einhorn in which the audience will trigger short video and audio clips with laser pointers while circulating through the theater.
Filika (Istanbul) designed and produced an Interactive Percussion Playing Car for Volkswagen's breathtaking pickup Amarok.
Presented at the Ontario College of Art and Design 2011 Thesis Show.
Rethinking home audio and understanding how and where people share music was the jumping point for creating Skube.
For augmented conductor small ensemble (violin, cello, saxophone/clarinet, e-guitar, drum kit, piano and conductor) In Point Ones the conductor is equipped with sensors, attached to wrist bands.
hiddenTouch - Bachelor Project by Martin Feigel Motivation Of all the human senses, touch is perhaps the most pervasive.
A simple patch/tutorial showing you how to splice an audio file into 4 parts, and trigger these different parts via the numbers "1" through "4" on your computer keyboard.
Projection mapping on Moving objects and music composition inspired by John Cage Variations II of Variations II is a kinetic sculpture inspired by John Cage's Variations series.
I go to Berklee College of Music and major in Electronic Production and Design.
Painting Wall is a participative vidéo composition. You move in front of the wall to draw picture, your body is like a pencil.
«Körperfelder» (Body Fields) by Michel Winterberg invites the viewer into a playful interaction: The exploratory movements of his hands and arms causes a visual communication with its representation.
A demonstration of how a virtual directional pattern can be created and controlled by the combination of 2 different mics...Or, how to roll-your-own polar patterns.
The next iteration of MIDI Merlin, version 2.0, is currently in beta testing phase.
Trombinotron is an interactive installation made by Nicolas Roos and Guillaume Evrard.
This is a study in human thought processes of discomfort.
Here is a run through of the setup for the laser controlled music thingy! This is not how it sounds as it is just ticking over whilst I am filming and when I do play it I only have one hand free! The basic premise is this; Light dependent resistors (up to 16 of them) are stimulated by lights and lasers passing over them and the change in resistance is measured by an Arduino Mega and sent over USB to a laptop running Window 7. The data streams are processed by OSC and Max/MSP, converted and sent to a variety of sound sources.