Dan Novy
MAS837F FinalProject
Fall 2012
MIT Media Lab

Motion Tracked Bubbles feed their values (position, velocity, size, age, etc) into a synthesizer to adjust parameters of an harmonic sine wave via OSC. Samples are triggered in realtime by rule sets and physically popping the bubbles. Colored light is projected onto active bubbles to indicate which are being tracked and available to be popped. The system was written so any tracked data can be ported into the Supercollider backend. New music and sounds can be created merely by providing new SynthDefs.

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