1. synasthesia

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    synasthesia \\ sinestezie (.ro) multimedia school project made using: rowbyte plexus (1st part) and noise ink installation (2nd part) Noise ink: https://vimeo.com/21691884 http://aescripts.com/plexus/

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    • Noise Ink setup

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      'Noise Ink' is a pseudo 2D fluid/ink animation system which responds to body movement via a Kinect camera. A combination of optical flow and perlin noise control the visuals. It was originally created for the 2011 Auckland Arts Festival: http://vimeo.com/21620801 Project page with more information: http://www.behance.net/gallery/Noise-Ink-body-reactive-installation/1244325 Processing source code and binaries available on my GitHub: https://github.com/trentbrooks/Noise-Ink SETUP 1) Download the source code or binaries 2) If your downloading the source, you will also need to download the open kinect libraries- https://github.com/shiffman/libfreenect/tree/master/wrappers/java/processing. Copy the 'wrappers/java/distribution/openkinect' folder into your Processing libraries. 3) Connect your kinect camera via usb 4) Launch the NoiseInk app or run from Processing. The kinect depth image should appear. 5) Adjust the minimum and maximum depths with keys 'a,z,s,x' until you get a clear white silhouette of your body with everything else black. 6) That's it, press 'space' to begin. Pressing 'space' will toggle the kinect menu on or off. CREDIT - Daniel Shiffman for the openkinect libraries (https://github.com/shiffman/libfreenect/tree/master/wrappers/java/processing) and nature of code tutorials ( http://www.shiffman.net/teaching/nature/). - Generative Gestaltung (http://www.generative-gestaltung.de/) for perlin noise articles. - Patricio Gonzalez Vivo ( http://www.patriciogonzalezvivo.com ) & Hidetoshi Shimodaira (shimo@is.titech.ac.jp) for Optical Flow example (http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=10435). - Memotv (http://www.memo.tv/msafluid_for_processing) for inspiration.

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      • Auckland Arts Festival 'Noise Ink'

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        This interactive projection piece created by &Some for NZ Post's Auckland Arts Festival at Aotea Square. ‘Noise Ink’ ran every night during the festival from dusk till dawn. A 3.5x3.5m garden area was setup with surrounding red picket fences and a post box (housing a Kinect camera for motion detection). Anyone could come and play in the garden, generating ink splash visuals on a 15m projection screen via body movement as well as stereo sounds generated around the garden. It was great watching the process of people hesitantly beginning to interact, then losing their inhibitions the more they play – especially those at the end of their night out. The best thing we found about the project was the way it brought complete strangers together in play. SOFTWARE Built in Processing, ‘Noise Ink’ is a pseudo 2D fluid/ink animation system which responds to body movement via a Kinect camera. A combination of optical flow and perlin noise control the visuals. CREDIT - Source code and binaries available on GitHub: https://github.com/trentbrooks/Noise-Ink - Daniel Shiffman for the openkinect libraries (https://github.com/shiffman/libfreenect/tree/master/wrappers/java/processing) and nature of code tutorials ( http://www.shiffman.net/teaching/nature/). - Generative Gestaltung (http://www.generative-gestaltung.de/) for perlin noise articles. - Patricio Gonzalez Vivo ( http://www.patriciogonzalezvivo.com ) & Hidetoshi Shimodaira (shimo@is.titech.ac.jp) for Optical Flow example (http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=10435). - Memotv (http://www.memo.tv/msafluid_for_processing) for inspiration. Special thanks to Mike Hodgson from Dub Module who made this project possible.

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