There is some cool improvements not reflected in this video.
but here: vimeo.com/14119612
this video shows a prototype version of a project called "vinyl+".
the data (rotation speed, needle position) i get out of a white timecode vinyl is not only used to control sound but also animations which are projected directly onto the vinyl itself.
in this short demo i define objects which trigger samples and change their appearance when "hit" by the needle.
the timecode's speed data controls rotation, colors and sample pitch.
by reading out the timecode's needle position the computer can tell exactly when a virtual object is being hit by the turntables needle.
please note that there is no camera tracking involved!
white timecode vinyl
xwax pd external (thanks to jan hackl(ayim/ brokenrul.es ))
by jonas bohatsch 2009
This work uses snippets of the following sound files from freesound.org :
FunInTheWashtub.wav by HerbertBoland
TwoRockets.wav by acclivity
cf_FX_flopp_01.mp3 by cfork
All sounds licensed under the Creative Commons Sampling Plus 1.0 license.
sorry for the bad sound quality, this was shot quick n dirty with a digital photo camera...