SIPA is a Stereoscopic Internal Projection Apparatus.
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.
Compositor Software solution to an artificial intelligence problem lies well beyond a conventional modelling of neural networks and uses time-and-space relationships of real-time digital signal processing.
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".
In our settled, common world the object is solid, unique and can only exist in one place at a time.
These animations of a speaker cone were drawn from real-time sound, playing sound in from Yofiel's BEAP waveset oscillator.
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’.
“The Conductor’s Philosophy” – is an audio-visual work composed by Damian T.
Say the word "Altair" within a programmers' community and their eyes will shine. The Altair is the computer that sparkled the PC revolution in the mid-Seventies. Built around the epic Intel 8080 chip, it was sold as a kit by MITS, a company that produced small calculators and hobbyists' telemetry systems in Albuquerque, New Mexico. When the company introduced the Altair, the hackers' community exulted in joy, the dream of a computer in people's houses was finally becoming a reality.
This is an extension of Project 894, in which a 2D landscape was used to control morphing between MIDI clips in Ableton Live. Here color and video are instead used to provide the UI for morphing.
This patch was made for Koka Nikoladze's laptop piece for one percussionist - "Trollface", which was recently presented at Notam (Norwegian Centre for Technology in Music and the Arts).