1. Neuronal Synchrony or N • S is a local web application to dynamically generate animations in real time. This video is a live recording of myself running and playing the software to music, Panoramic by Lusine. As a result it is a single shot of my computer’s desktop. Neuronal Synchrony interfaces through the midi controller Monome 128, a device typically used for creating, sequencing, and modifying music in realtime. As such an interface it works well alongside a DJ, musician, or band to accompany audio like the video here. When you hit a button an animation begins. When you hit three buttons a chord of animations starts.

    For more information on the project including the genesis, concept, interviews, technical specifications, and posters check out my website ( )

    Neuronal Synchrony is commissioned by GAFFTA ( ), audio for the demonstration video by Lusine ( ) and graciously licensed by Ghostly ( )

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  2. Part of the creative process of Skylines art installation

    Made using openFrameworks ( here is the addon ) and google street view.

    It was printed in postcards revealing the invisible information of a city that is otherwise trapped inside corporate databases, freeing private information collected from public spaces.
    Photos of the making here:

    Music: what else is new? by Art of Flying (

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  3. Klaus Obermaier – Brussels Light Festival 2013 – | |
    The interactive installation FACE IT displays and exposes local people in a communicative setting where they are able to interact with faces of themselves or of other participants and at the same time become creative players and the stars of the artwork. This interactive situation not only creates a strong interplay between facial expressions and body movements, it also enhances these expressions and in the very best moments it creates a unique nonverbal language.
    Artistic and technical assistance: Stefano D'Alessio / Special thanks to Martina Tavella!

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  4. The crowd sees themselves decay, and the machine sees the crowd loop.

    Installed for the "Are We Content" exhibition. ( )

    Design and Development
    Mark McCallum
    Peter Clark

    Technical Assistance
    John Colette

    Quartz Composer
    Memo Akten - Webcam Piano
    Moostrik - Augmented Reality in QC

    Quartz Composer
    Vade - Syphon
    vj kidkadian - Syphon2Network

    Installation Documentation
    Aaron Rogers
    Morgan Murphy
    Chase Hochstatter

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  5. Hit the beat is a physical drum machine that can play everything, making it possible for everyday objects to become actual musical instruments. Anyone can build an orchestra-like set of items, thus marking the beginning of an intuitive and fully interactive investigation of music and sound. The machine is based on an Arduino platform acting as the translator of a message in midi format, which triggers a physical solenoid percussion. This project started off as a workshop for children at Libreria Corraini 121, in Milan.

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