1. Getting Started with Maxuino Part 2: Installing Maxuino


    from Chris Coleman Added 2,910 8 3

    In this second video we will cover the basics of downloading and installing Maxuino and the required CNMAT objects where Max can find them and confirm it is working.

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    • Getting Started with Maxuino Part 1: Installing Firmata


      from Chris Coleman Added 3,422 12 1

      This Video is part one of "Getting Started with Maxuino." It walks users through the process of loading Firmata onto your Arduino and then testing it and your electronics using the Firmata Test App.

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      • dda585s14w05


        from liubo Added

        using firmata with max

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        • Live homestudio performance with Leap Motion, Ableton Push, Maschine, Launchpad, iPad, Arduino


          from Perplex On Added 1,414 19 4

          This is a live homestudio performance using a Leap Motion sensor, an iPad loaded with Animoog, Ableton Push, NI Maschine and a Launchpad Mini. The Leap Motion sensor is controlling the Max for Live patch "grainfreeze" by Robert Henke via the "Geco MIDI" App. Animoog on the iPad is receiving midi from Ableton Live, which is triggered with the Launchpad Mini. There is also a monome emulation going on using the "gridlock" plugin by sigabort (http://www.sigabort.co/m4l_lp.html). The table lighting is a self-built Arduino-based design responsive to the volume/frequency of certain sounds/tracks in Ableton Live. Thanks to grëdn and Mrs. Burton for additional camera work! This song was made for the WeeklyBeats2014 project (produce/finish 1 song each week): http://weeklybeats.com/#/perplex+on You can download the song for free: https://soundcloud.com/perplex-on/drones ----- Web: http://www.perplexon.com Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/perplex-on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Perplex-On/262988283741270

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          • Citytrip at Het Nieuwe Instituut Rotterdam 2013


            from FRONT404 Added 5,188 29 0

            Put on your Oculus Rift VR-glasses and jump on the bike, it’s time to go on a Citytrip! With Citytrip you can explore a fantastical, alien city by riding a bike. By pedalling and steering you navigate through the virtual reality as if you are really there. Fly through the air by pedalling like a mad-man and hitting the ramps, or use the bicycle bell to jump from building to building. Explore the city on the ground or navigate the twisting aerial pathways and cycle along the top floors of skyscrapers. You set your own goals and create your own challenges, and fun! For more info go to: http://front404.com/ https://www.facebook.com/FRONT404 Music: Four Tet Track: High Fives Album: Everything Ecstatic

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            • Power Glove: Computers are Cool Hardware Remix


              from computersarecool Added 1,474 6 6

              This is a video for the Power Glove that I updated. Although I primarily use it to control Ableton Live and Max for Live during DJ sets, it can really control just about anything. The software used in this video are: Fritzing Arduino (Firmata) Max 6 (Maxuino) The video was made with Final Cut Pro X and After Effects Check out other people using the Power Glove. I owe them for their support and ideas: Matt Mechtley: http://biphenyl.org/ Yeuda Ben-Atar: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J1hiacj1R2Y

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              • Maxuino Max for Live Device Tutorial


                from computersarecool Added 3,731 21 3

                This is a tutorial for the Maxuino Max for Live Patch, to be used with Ableton Live. It covers installation of Maxuino, setting up an Arduino board and using the Max for Live Device. Any comments or questions are welcome. For more information visit www.computersarecool.net Screen capture done by Quicktime Player Live action shots filmed on an iPhone 5 Some production done in Adobe After Effects and Final Cut Pro X

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                • ReMi Tutorial


                  from NKaar Added 8 0 0

                  A short explanatory video created for a display during the Dublin Institute of Technology Graduate Show 2013 outlining simple initial functionality. The product uses an Arduino Mega, Maxuino and Max MSP to communicate with a computer (off screen)

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                  • epoctasteme(improved)


                    from Takayuki Miyatake Added 25 1 0

                    installation art with 2 servo motors, 2 dc motors and 2 laser modules called "epoctasteme" by Takayuki Miyatake.

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                    • cosmetic prosthetic


                      from Isla Hansen Added 198 1 0

                      cold description: When magnetic sensor on upper arm senses magnet on lower arm, blower is triggered, which inflates prosthetic bicep muscle. When a stretch sensor created with conductive fabric is stretched across the inflating bicep muscle, a sounding pitch becomes lower as the muscle becomes bigger. warm thoughts: Here, I’m playing with an interest in prostheses. In some ways, robotics (and technology in general) in our everyday lives already act as prosthetics. In this prototype for a 2-sensor 2-actuator system, this symbiotic relationship between humans and robotics technology is (perhaps reversed) and reflected as a non-functional, cosmetic flex of the human muscle. In relation to biomimetic robotics, this set up is somewhat reflective of an ectosymbiotic system.

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