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  1. g-speak overview 1828121108


    from john underkoffler / Liked

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    radically condensed demonstration of oblong's g-speak spatial operating environment

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    • Audio-generated landscape


      from flight404 / Liked

      37.8K Plays / / 41 Comments

      Made with Processing. Audio by Akufen ("Even White Horizons" from the album My Way). Read about it here. http://www.flight404.com/blog/?p=143

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      • Relentless, The REV


        from flight404 / Liked

        61.6K Plays / / 46 Comments

        Made with Processing. Audio by The Flashbulb ("Six Months Without Light" from the album Kirlian Selections) Read about this project here: http://www.flight404.com/blog/?p=151 View the…

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        • Servo, Arduino, Processing, Macbook, and PS3 Controller


          from Jenna Fox / Liked

          3,771 Plays / / 4 Comments

          So my friend Aly inspired me to play with the Arduino I bought a few months back. I also had a servo, and a 'sixaxis' usb playstation gamepad which I normally just use to play halo and the…

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          • Multitouch Wall Test #02 Smoke


            from Multitouch Barcelona / Liked

            8,883 Plays / / 11 Comments

            Smoke application test on a multitouch wall

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            • Error in motion 2


              from idFlood / Liked

              1,781 Plays / / 0 Comments

              (see http://www.vimeo.com/1208797 for better sound quality ) My first experiment with processing. Turned to be a bit chaotic, adding stuff and stuff... Audio by Mister Softy ("Error" from…

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              • Repulsion


                from Mighty Mess ( Thomas Michalak ) / Liked

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                I am currently working on a game for Avert. For that, I did some test on attraction/repulsion with Traer's physics library ( brilliant lib ), and obviously got carried away playing with lights…

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                • Michael Fakesch - Channel


                  from mate / Liked

                  9,601 Plays / / 12 Comments

                  More colourful blobs, this time for Michael Fakesch's upcoming DVD project VIDOS. In this project several Directors will interprete Michael's latest Album with their visual goodness. The…

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                  • hair particle sketch of Meret Oppenheim


                    from Don Relyea / Liked

                    2,127 Plays / / 2 Comments

                    I ported my hair particle drawing project to openframeworks. It runs so much faster in OF I have to scale back the number of particles in order to capture the sketch at the right moment. This is…

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                    • Swan Lake - Zeno Music Visualiser


                      from Glenn Marshall / Liked

                      226K Plays / / 83 Comments

                      This is the Waltz from Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake suite, rendered through my music visualiser. This is an entirely generative/audio reactive animation, i.e. no keyframing or manual input or editing.…

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                      • DoodleBuzz Version 1


                        from Brendan Dawes / Liked

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                        A little demo of the first release of DoodleBuzz, runner-up in the Daylife Developer Challenge. Don't just watch it though. Play with it yourself at http://www.doodlebuzz.com/

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                        • Seal Beach


                          from Brendan Dawes / Liked

                          1,341 Plays / / 5 Comments

                          Another sound visualization using Processing. This is the basic algorithm I've been using (essentially a simple spiral) but cleaned up to work with version 135+ of Processing. Source code available…

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