Many of us at Cycling '74 are gardening enthusiasts.
Max let Andrew Spitz create his ideas without becoming a programmer.
One of the things that first drew me to Max was its ability to connect such a wide variety of software and hardware in meaningful and flexible ways.
My most recent project, the USB-Octomod, uses Processing to create an OpenSoundControl (OSC) interface between any OSC-ready software and a hardware CV device I built using a Teensy 2.0 microcontroller and two MAX5250 DAC chips.
In this article, I'm going to break down the connections between the different pieces of software and hardware used, in order to explain how the system works and to provide the basis for a future tutorial on how one might use the device.
You can read more about the Octomod here, but it essentially allows computer control over the analog control voltages commonly used in analog synthesizers.
Kardionic is an interactive cinema piece that takes as it's subject the human heart in it's organic, energetic and spiritual dimensions.
The Karman Objects are a set intangible human-computer interfaces for musical interaction.
Pole Dance is this year winning entry for the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program (YAP) designed by Solid Objectives – Idenburg Liu (SO-IL) with interactive multi-media design by Arup and 2x4.
A wiimote controlled multi-functional sampler instrument for composition and performance.
Giorgio Sancristoforo is a very enthusiastic artist, musician, audio engineer and software developer based in Milan, Italy.
An intimate interactive installation where the viewer looks into a mirror and sees a “Beautified” and transformed image of themselves projected onto a huge screen.
Armadillo Dance Project: A movement-interactive video (and audio) installation.
A Wii controlled version of my special needs software, to allow non-musicians to make music together.
Elise Baldwin is an intermedia artist that works with music and projections.
Author: Zelig Sound Effective sound design calls for unique sound timbres and modulations.
c74 is an iPhone app that let’s you connect your device with Cycling ’74’s Max/MSP 5 and create custom layouts which can be operated directly from your iPhone.
EAMIR (Electro-Acoustic Musically Interactive Room) is a collection of interactive music systems that allow individuals, including those with mild and profound disabilities, to create a unique musical expression without the physical and technical limitations found in the study of traditional acoustic instruments (e.g.
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.