1. dda585s13w01

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    from liubo / Added

    case study: locating the body

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    • ·Nodo En Vivo - Festival Asim`tri6

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      from Oscar Recarte / Added

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      Para esta presentación se planteó un dialogo audiovisual con el publico asistente. En la gran mayoria de conciertos el publico es simplemente un espectador, lo que busco en esta ocación es la participacion de los asistentes incluyendolos activamente en el proceso. Para armar el patch se uso un objeto cv.jit de Jean-Marc Pelletier.

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      • The Karman Faders - Intangible Interface Demo - Max/MSP and Jitter

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        A short in-development demo of an intangible interface for sound control. A version of this patch was exhibited at Ffotogallery, Cardiff as part of the Vision On: New Media and Sound Season 09. Photos here: http://www.flickr.com/photos/switchboard/sets/72157622788969934/ For more info on the project go to: http://www.alexanderthomas.wordpress.com/ This project was made in Max/MSP and Jitter using the cv.jit objects Please get in touch for more information.

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        • Face Controller Performance

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          I created this contraption to control music/visuals based on my facial expression.

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          • Mid Year Exam: Portal Turret

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            Apologies for the low quality. Internet was being LAME. Right, So here was my mid year exam project for my Digital Arts Honours course! First semester was in interactivity! The turret itself isn't very pretty, I'd love to make a more convincing one when I find the time... Problem is I focused more on the coding! She has three modes: Sentry, Chatter and Sing. Sentry mode enables her to act like she would in the game, sans the ability to shoot you... She reacts to motion in front of her, choosing a random line from the game appropriate to the action ("There you are" "I see you" "Preparing to dispense product"). If there is no movement in front of her for a given amount of time she then picks random expressions from the game once again ("Shutting down" "Sleep mode activated" "I don't hate you"). If you were to manage to sneak up on her and make a loud noise near her she will exclaim as the game versions do when you pick then up (""Hey!" "Illegal operation!" "Uh-oh!"). All in all there are about 15 responses per an operation. Chatter mode allows you to click "Target Sighted" "Target Lost" or "Illegal Operation", playing a random clip from one of those three categories. Finally, Sing Mode will make her sing the famous song from the game, "Still Alive". The code was written in Max 5 using the cv.jit add-on to enable the motion tracking (Go Google it!). The sound and dialogue was found online, as was the song "Still Alive". The song used in this video was found on the Portal 2 website as part of the Portal 2 soundtrack (Again, go Google it!) Built into her is a cheap Logitech webcam/mic combo and a cheap pair of USB powered speakers. Should you have a MAC and want to try her out, you can download the files here: http://www.digitalarts.wits.ac.za/2011/interactive/fourth/exam/Tim_Jardim/Tim_Jardim.zip Links from the video: http://timmiboi.deviantart.com/ http://www.facebook.com/pages/Collard/157459067622615 http://twitter.com/#!/timmehjimmeh http://towearacollar.blogspot.com/

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            • Portfolio presentation

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              Presentation of my portfolio with an interactive installation created with Max/MSP + cv.jit special thanks to Jean-Marc Pelletier

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              • Agitation du Cœur

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                Klänge und Bewegung gehen seit Menschengedenken einher. Eine akustische Wahrnehmung löst ein bestimmtes Verhalten aus und eine Bewegung führt zur Erzeugung von Schallwellen. Dabei entwickeln diese beiden Pole ein Wechselspiel aus Aktion und Reaktion. Beides hängt von einander ab und lässt sich unter dem Begriff der Rhythmik vereinen. Es bestehen also Wechselwirkungen, doch was macht diese aus? Sie sind entweder vorgegeben oder entstehen spontan aus temporären Gefühlslagen. Jede unserer Bewegungen ist einzigartig und doch ähneln sie sich in unseren Bewegungsabläufen und -mustern. Unsere Emotionen spiegeln sich in unserer Bewegung wider. Was bewegt Dich und welche Auswirkung hat Deine Körpersprache auf Deine Umwelt und Dich selbst? Bewegst Du Dich frei, oder konform mit unserer Umwelt? Sagt Deine Gestik etwas über Dich aus oder ist sie nur eine Reaktion auf das, was Dir gerade widerfährt? Diese Arbeit stellt eine medienkünstlerische Interpretation dar, diese Fragen zu einem individuellen Erlebnis zu formen. Die daraus resultierende Rauminstallation ist als Performance-Tool und experimentelles Klanginstrument genießbar und soll dabei helfen, unsere selbst auferlegten Bewegungshürden zu überwinden.

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                • flight test

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                  • Intona colori v.1.0 [ prototype ]

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                    This video shows the first prototype of '' intonacolori ", a project I did for an exam a few years ago. The aim is to create a sonification of colors seen by the webcam. To make it I used Arduino and Max / MSP (maxuino, cv.jit). For more details check out these links: - http://jmpelletier.com/cvjit/ - http://www.maxuino.org/ ░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒░▒

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                    • Degurgitate

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                      Generated in Jitter using a seed text from Nalini Abhiraman. I used some objects from the wonderful cv.jit package from Jean-Marc Pelletier (http://jmpelletier.com/cvjit/) in making this. This piece plays with the uneven spacing of proportional typefaces, highlighting with color any spatial changes in the document due to the steady deletion of characters. The Jitter source can be found here: http://dl.dropbox.com/u/2295018/degurgitate.zip made in November 2011

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