PanMe is a collaborative music experience designed using OpenFrameworks and Ableton for Sonar+D (SONAR FESTIVAL 2014)
It combines interaction between both users & technology but also between users themselves.
In a nutshell, it enables 2 to 4 people to interact both with each other & an Ableton session, using their facial expressions to create music. The installation is centred on a hologram that users learn agile & intuition commands from, using the holographic surfaces.
iPads use a facial expression algorithm to communicate with the stereoscopic display & leap motion sensor. As you interact, it photographs your facial expressions, using the leap motion sensor to visual these on a slideshow.
It is a mesmerising new platform for people to enjoy creating music & interacting with technology. Most of all it has a real streak of fun & it went down a storm with Sónar festival goers, with over 20,000 photos being taken over the weekend.
4 iPads ( OF iOS + ofxFacetracker + ofxOSC)
1 Hologram ( 5.0 aspect ratio)
1 OSX Server with Ableton ( OF OSX + ofxOSC )
1 3DS TV
1 Leap Motion sensor ( OF OSX + ofxLeapMotion ).
7500 audio beats,
by Xavi's Lab @ Glassworks Barcelona
In collaboration with:
- Relabtive // Software
- F. Guada // Sound Design
- HK Audio // Audio
- Pol Turrens & Notton Music // Lighting