1. http://www.tingalin.com

    Tingalin is a virtual lute application based on the Albanian musical instrument called Çifteli (pair of strings). Melodies are played by shaking your iPhone or iPod Touch as if you were strumming the real instrument. Each time you strum up or down a note is played, allowing you to control tempo and rests by the frequency of your strumming! You don't have to be a musician to play it, five melodies are preloaded to make you look like a pro right away! Tingalin is unique, educational and best of all it is lot of fun!

    New melodies are created by tapping the 14 note fret board (2 octaves) and can be saved in your tune list for later play back.

    The Çifteli is a wooden instrument with a long thin handle and a pear-shaped sound bowl. This two string lute looks similar to Setar, Saz and Tambura; however, its sound is unique. The first string is used to play the notes while the seconds strings acts as a backup harmonic tune.

    Visit the website http://www.tingalin.com for more information.

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  2. PROJECTiONE.com

    bitMAPS was initiated through a client’s interest in a sketch prototype, and developed as an inexpensive patterned wall system. It integrates a custom design through a repeatable mold and integrates multiple functions of the room. The project is intended to create a clean but complex texture that is engaging to sight and touch, encouraged through embedded switches, custom storage compartments and openings for light and air ventilation.

    The prototype was developed using sheets of intentionally pierced bubble wrap as a vacuum form mold for plastic panels. The process was further refined with a repeatable High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) mold. The dimpled panels are created by vacuum forming .06” white polystyrene over the mold. Edge conditions were particularly important to address, each panel had to interlock perfectly to generate the appropriate tiled effect using a hexagonal “bubble wrap” pattern. Positive, negative and flat plugs were milled and inserted into the mold based on printed templates. Oriented strand board was milled for each panel to accommodate for the negatives of the corresponding polystyrene tile, acting as spacer and providing the system with rigidity.

    The patterning of the panels originated from a bitmap image. Each pixel was carefully choreographed to communicate a pattern at multiple scales. This tuning was achieved using a specifically designed grasshopper definition; slide bars allowed for variable proportioning of positives negatives and flat pixels, as well as variations in distortion and noise.
    For this specific residential application, bitMAPS was applied on two walls and the ceiling of the client’s bathroom. Fluorescent cove lighting was integrated, washing the adjacent painted walls with light. Many features of the space which would normally be separate components were integrated into the paneling system, resulting in an unbroken pattern. The light and vent switch are completely hidden, integrated behind the panel system using capacitance sensing. Simply moving your hand in front of the specific dimples engages either the lights or fan. The “console” houses the majority of the bathroom’s accessories. Custom panels extrude and recess from the rest of the system, hiding the magazine rack, toilet paper dispenser, and iPhone holder within a series of polycarbonate shelves. Other considerations such as the fan vent and skylight feature perforated panels allowing the passage of light and air.

    The balance between analog and digital techniques was critical to this project. Because the vacuuming forming process reveals every imperfection in the mold, it was necessary that the base mold and plugs be precisely machined. The timing of the vacuum process required similar precision in order to maintain consistency throughout the project. In order to remove the excess material after forming, a stationary armature was attached to the bed of the 3 axis router, locating the part for cutting by a saw bit.

    This project has provided an opportunity to develop an idea into a feasible product, which incorporates building systems and various functional elements while serving to define space. The integration of a unique, client-driven, pattern into this system adds another layer of meaning into the finished piece that addresses a client’s specific needs. Hopefully, this process will lead to future clients and further development of the system.

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  3. nuformer.com | mocapmapping.com

    NuFormer showing new interactive techniques combined with 3D video mapping.

    After executing 3D video mapping projections onto objects and buildings worldwide, the use of interactivity is the latest addition to this technology. To add to the experience of the spectators, interactive projection applications that are combined with the 3D video mapping technique were developed. All types of branded content, logos or product placement can be incorporated in these interactive projection applications.

    During the interactive projection test the spectators became the controller and interacted realtime with the building by using gesture based tracking (Kinect). People could influence the content by using an iPad, iPhone or webbased application made available for both mobile phone and computer use. For this test Facebook interactivity was used but any type of social media can be incorporated into the projection.

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  4. Quick Demo of controlling Ableton Live with iPhone-Application TouchOSC.
    Made by http://www.gomakemusic.de

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    : This video was made with beta version. Check official demo video at vimeo.com/31992018
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    DMesh is a custom software I am working on in my free time. My goal is that everyone who don’t have any design background can make creative and unique images using a reference image easily and quickly. Build with C++ and Cinder ( with SimpleGUI )

    This software analyzes an image and generate triangle meshes with points automatically. There is a manual mode so a user can add more points to get more detail or delete existing points. Even he/she can start from no point.

    Users can export an image as either a bitmap image or a vector image. Especially a vector image consists of all each triangle mesh so they can be edited in other application. These output can be imported into other image editor like Photoshop or Illustrator so they would be used as element in your work easily.

    In the quick tutorial video it shows how to use this software to generate a triangle mesh based image.

    Technical feature:
    Delaunay Triangulation algorithm
    Auto/Manual triangle mesh generation
    Object tracking system.
    Input: Bitmap image / Output : Bitmap (PNG) or Vector image (PDF)

    The current version has almost functions I planned for the basic version and the below features would be added for professional users. iPhone / iPad version is on the list.

    - Edit each triangle mesh
    - Video Import/Output
    - Object Tracking in the video
    - Triangle Mesh Particle System
    - 3D Work Environment and 3D Model export

    projects inspired:
    Papercraft Self Portrait - testroete.com/index.php?location=head
    Singing Face - pillandpillow.com/squeal
    Strata - vimeo.com/22078852
    The Wombats ‘Techno Fan’ - CreativeApplications.Net

    Check more at official website:
    thedofl.com/app/dmesh

    Download in Mac App Store:
    DMesh - itunes.apple.com/app/dmesh/id480992638?mt=12
    DMesh Pro - itunes.apple.com/us/app/dmesh-pro/id493810110?ls=1&mt=12

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