1. Modulares Interface

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    from Florian Born / Added

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    www.florianborn.com Multi-touch devices like the iPad have become more and more popular over the last couple of years. Nowadays they are not only used for browsing and sending e-mails, but also as a medium for new fields of applications. One particular thing of multi-touch devices is in need of improvement: It is the lack of haptic feedback, which makes it difficult to set parameters precisely.  Regarding to this problem the project has been developed to provide a variety of physical controllers. These controllers expand the usage of a touch device with a haptic feedback while adjusting parameters. By using magnets, the different controllers can easily be arranged onto the iPad. A modular interface appears, which uses a given device just like the iPad. The system contains three different parts: - The physical controllers (button, slider and knob), made out of conductive aluminium to pass on the electrical discharge of the human skin.   - A frame, made out of aluminium and plastic, in which the iPad is inserted. The edge of the frame has embedded magnets, making it possible to position the controller precisely and easily.   - The software, running as an app on the iPad. It organizes the control elements and sends the parameters to the corresponding software, which is controlled by the modular interface. The controllers are made of aluminium because of its property to forward electrical charge. Therefore, the electrical discharge of the human skin can be transmitted to the touchscreen of the iPad. To prevent the control devices from screeching the display, a piece of conductive foam is used on the end of each controller. An app programmed in Cinder/C++ is running on the iPad. It manages the individual setup of the controllers and reads their input on the touchscreen. The app then transfers the information via OSC to a connected application. HFK-Bremen supervised by: Prof. Dennis Paul Prof. Peter von Maydell sound by: Ole Wiedekamm

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    • PopFab Episode 1 - Introduction

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      from Ilan Moyer / Added

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      PopFab is a multi-tool for the 21st century. At its heart is a computer-controlled motion platform and a means of attaching various toolheads. These enable PopFab to make objects from a digital plan in a variety of ways: current capabilities include 3D printing (as you are about to see), milling, vinyl cutting, and drawing -- with more on the way. PopFab has traveled the world as a carry-on item of luggage to Saudi Arabia and Germany, and within the USA to Aspen in Colorado. We hope that this is only the beginning.

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      • Blind Self Portrait

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        from Kyle McDonald / Added

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        While the visitor keeps their eyes shut, a moving platform guides a pen in their hand to draw a self-portrait, using computer vision to track their face and generate a line drawing. The result is a machine-aided drawing, a self-portrait you could never draw. Here we're testing an early version that moves about a half or third the speed of the more recent versions. "Blind Self Portrait" is a collaboration between Matt Mets and Kyle McDonald, installed for the first time at the NYC Resistor interactive show https://interactiveshow2012.eventbrite.com/?ref=ecount Installed: https://vimeo.com/44489751 Photos: http://flickr.com/photos/kylemcdonald/sets/72157629813858248/ Source: https://github.com/kylemcdonald/BlindSelfPortrait

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        • Piccolo the tiny CNC-bot

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          Piccolo is a pocket-sized stand-alone CNC platform. For less than $70, you can assemble your personal Arduino-compatible kit for tinkering, developing and deploying basic 3D output. Be it plotting quick graffiti, printing a one-off business card on the fly, or multiple Piccolos working together to create a large mural, this kit provides a platform for experimenting with 2D or 3D digital fabrication at a small scale. This open-source design emphasizes simplicity, and is entirely composed of digitally manufactured components and inexpensive off-the-shelf hardware. www.piccolo.cc by: Tiago Rorke | Diatom Studio, www.tiago.co.nz Greg Saul | Diatom Studio, www.gregsaul.co.uk Cheng Xu | CMU CoDe Lab, www.cheeriocheng.com Huaishu Peng | CMU CoDe Lab, www.huaishu.me music: Wet Wings - Last Day of Summer | wetwings.lilchiefrecords.com/track/last-day-of-summer

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          • STOPCYCLE

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            made by benjamin ducroz www.ducroz.com STOPCYCLE is a series of 25 small scale sculptures, which as an ensemble create a seamless 25 frame animated loop. the work explores changes of form, and sound using repetition through time.  the sculptures shapes are organic and layered in form, much like topographical maps.  the forms are descriptions of anatomical regions, as well as being formal experiments in geometry and motion.  their shapes are infinitely cycling, beginning anew once they end - they can be interpreted as tangible, shapeshifting clocks. the 25 frame loop is based on a procedural texture named ‘Perlin noise’. Perlin noise is a computer generated visual effect developed by Ken Perlin in the 1980’s. it is a gradient noise used by visual effects artists to increase the appearance of realism in computer graphics. it is a fractal landscape exhibiting some form of statistical self-similarity to natural phenomena. the technique is commonly used in computer generated graphics to create the effect of randomness in textures and landscapes. STOPCYCLE employs these techniques and presents them physically utilising the mediums of sculpture and stopframe animation.

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            • La nuit américaine d'Angélique

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              Réalisation : Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet et Joris Clerté Idée originale et texte : Olivia Rosenthal "La nuit Américaine d'Angélique" est publié dans "Ils ne sont pour rien dans mes larmes" (Verticales, 2012) Animation et tournage : Doncvoilà studio Animation : Christian Desmares et Jean-Yves Castillon Set up marionnette : Damien Gaillardon Théâtre d’ombres : Joris Clerté, Pierre Emmanuel Lyet, Virginie Giachino et Laelia Salvan Chef opérateur, compositing et conformation: Stéphane Jarreau Voix off : Louise Bourgoin Musique : Joris Clerté Illustration sonore : Joris Clerté et Pierre-Emmanuel Lyet Son : Tabaskko - Bruno Guéraçague et Martin Chapel Produit par Senso Films Productrice : Maryline Charrier Assistée de Sarah Jeanne Ziegler Administratrice de production : Jenny Cohen En coproduction avec Doncvoilà productions Productrice : Virginie Giachino Assistée de Laelia Salvan Avec le soutien du Centre de la Cinématographie et de l’image animée et du Fonds SACD Fictions 2.0 Durée : 7’25 Année : 2013

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              • FABtotum Personal Fabricator - 2013 Indiegogo Campaign

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                Make it happen on Indiegogo: http://igg.me/at/fabtotum/x/2175563 Fabtotum is a multipurpose tool, the first Low Cost Desktop Personal Fabrication device that can operate a wide range of Computer controlled (CNC) manufacturing and digital acquisition processes. Print, Cut, Mill, Scan, Manipulate. Rinse and repeat. A seamless interaction between the physical and digital world. Follow FABtotum Website: http://www.FABtotum.com Dev Blog: http://www.FABtotum.cc Credits: Soundtrack: One Shock Minimix by Dirty Noise (remixed) https://soundcloud.com/dirtynoise/one... Licensed under the CC BY 3.0 licence

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                • Machine Drawing Drawing Machines

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                  In which twelve drawings of historical drawing machines are drawn by a computer numerical controlled machine. http://www.pablogarcia.org/projects/machinedrawing-drawingmachines/ The CNC machine draws each drawing in ink on Stonehenge artist's paper. Edition of four. Plates: "Dürer's Door", Albrecht Dürer, 1525 Machine for Orthographic Projection, Hans Lencker, 1571 "Perspectograph" (Perspective Device), Baldassare Lanci, 1583 Projection Device, Ludovico Cigoli, 1600-13 Pantograph, Christoph Scheiner, 1608 Portable "Picture Box" Camera Obscura, Sir Robert Hooke, 1694 Machine for Anamorphosis, Jacob Leupold, 1713 Perspectograph, Johann Heinrich Lambert, 1752 Camera Lucida, William Hyde Wollaston, 1803 Profile Machine, Carl Augustus Schmalcalder, 1806 "A verie easie way to describe a Towne or Castle being within the full sight thereof", John Bate, 1634 Drum Plotter "560", Calcomp Technology, Inc. 1959 Technical Assistance: Madeline Gannon Support Provided by: The Ferguson Jacobs Prize

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                  • Numerically Controlled

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                    This project is a collaboration between MWM Graphics, aarn, and Paper Fortress Films. The process of creating a "drawing" using a numerically controlled Sharpie is documented in a short video. Vector graphics are converted into a tool path and then a machine language which controls a 3-axis CNC machine retrofitted with a special fixture that holds a marker and mimics hand pressure during the act of drawing. Thirty-three mechanical drawings in three designs were produced using this process. Vector Graphic Art: MWM Graphics -- [http://mwmgraphics.blogspot.com/] Digital Fabrication/Design: aarn -- [http://44rn.com] Video Production: Paper Fortress Films -- [http://paperfortressfilms.com] A limited number of drawings made using this process are available in the MWM Graphics Online Store -- [http://mwmgraphics.com/store.html]. Music: BATHS - "Lovely Bloodflow"

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                    • DIWire Bender

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                      The DIWire is now available on KICKSTARTER! here: http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1638882643/diwire-the-first-desktop-wire-bender Music by Metronomy

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