1. Gear Box Prototype - Homemade midi controller

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    from Philip Clevberger / Added

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    My first openFrameworks project / experiment. Midi controller on a shoestring budget. £8 Web Cam, cardboard box and semitransparent plastic.

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    • Arduino control

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      from IanniX / Added

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      IanniX is controlling an Arduino card. It sends frequency and duration information through serial port and the card generates the desired sound. IanniX is a graphical open-source sequencer, based on Iannis Xenakis works, for digital art. IanniX syncs via Open Sound Control (OSC) events and curves to your real-time environment. -- IanniX contrôle une carte Arduino. Il envoie des informations de fréquence et de durée via le protocole série et la carte synthétise le son. IanniX est un séquenceur graphique open-source, inspiré des travaux de Iannis Xenakis, destiné à la création numérique. IanniX synchronise via Open Sound Control (OSC) des événements et courbes vers votre environnement temps-réel. -- http://www.iannix.org

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      • Retroactive control

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        from IanniX / Added

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        IanniX is controlling itself thanks to loopback messages. Each cursor-trigger couple restarts its neighbor couple progression. The sound is generated by Ableton Live through MIDI protocol (plucked harp + multi-band compressor). IanniX is a graphical open-source sequencer, based on Iannis Xenakis works, for digital art. IanniX syncs via Open Sound Control (OSC) events and curves to your real-time environment. -- IanniX se contrôle lui-même grâce à des messages internes. Chaque couple curseur-trigger redémarre la progression du couple voisin. Le son est généré par Ableton Live via le protocole MIDI (une harpe + un compresseur multi-bande). IanniX est un séquenceur graphique open-source, inspiré des travaux de Iannis Xenakis, destiné à la création numérique. IanniX synchronise via Open Sound Control (OSC) des événements et courbes vers votre environnement temps-réel. -- http://www.iannix.org

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        • Controlling audio

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          from IanniX / Added

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          IanniX is controlling a Max patch (provided in IanniX package). Each cursor controls an oscillator (with a triangular waveform) and triggers fire diracs pulses. You can also see the spectrogram of the generated sound. IanniX is a graphical open-source sequencer, based on Iannis Xenakis works, for digital art. IanniX syncs via Open Sound Control (OSC) events and curves to your real-time environment. -- IanniX contrôle un patch MaxMSP (fourni avec IanniX). Chaque curseur est associé à un oscillateur (de forme d'onde triangulaire) et les triggers déclenchent des diracs. Un spectrogramme visualise le son synthétisé IanniX est un séquenceur graphique open-source, inspiré des travaux de Iannis Xenakis, destiné à la création numérique. IanniX synchronise via Open Sound Control (OSC) des événements et courbes vers votre environnement temps-réel. -- http://www.iannix.org

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          • Play! Sequence (explained)

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            from Jon Bellona / Added

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            Play! Sequence is a multimedia installation for iPod Touch, USB camera, and VGA video display and TouchOSC, Max/MSP/Jitter, and Isadora software applications. By creating a multitouch sequencer that controls the playback of audio and video masks, Play! Sequence enables the user to simultaneously interact with the space's sonic and visual environment. The iPod Touch provides a familiar language for the user and for the nature of the tactile interactions. The user is allowed to create, edit, and delete three synchronous sequences of sixteen steps, thereby changing the evolution and the complexity of the piece over time. Each of the three sequences represent a sonic timbre and color mask that mirror the user's actions. With each sonic timbre, the user has control over pitch, rhythm, and amplitude. The color masks follow the sounds across the screen, repeating from the left upon the start of each loop. The masks help visualize the user's tactile and sound experience by revealing the user inside the space, and each mask represents one of elements in the RGB color model. Play! Sequence operates within the framework of natural human interaction, playing off of our curiosity and our engagement with objects that we can creatively control. The user manipulates and interacts with the sounds and visuals in real time, driven by the immediate feedback that the system provides.

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            • Play! Sequence Installation

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              from Jon Bellona / Added

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              Play! Sequence is a multimedia installation for iPod Touch, USB camera, and VGA video display and TouchOSC, Max/MSP/Jitter, and Isadora software applications. By creating a multitouch sequencer that controls the playback of audio and video masks, Play! Sequence enables the user to simultaneously interact with the space's sonic and visual environment. The iPod Touch provides a familiar language for the user and for the nature of the tactile interactions. The user is allowed to create, edit, and delete three synchronous sequences of sixteen steps, thereby changing the evolution and the complexity of the piece over time. Each of the three sequences represent a sonic timbre and color mask that mirror the user's actions. With each sonic timbre, the user has control over pitch, rhythm, and amplitude. The color masks follow the sounds across the screen, repeating from the left upon the start of each loop. The masks help visualize the user's tactile and sound experience by revealing the user inside the space, and each mask represents one of elements in the RGB color model. Play! Sequence operates within the framework of natural human interaction, playing off of our curiosity and our engagement with objects that we can creatively control. The user manipulates and interacts with the sounds and visuals in real time, driven by the immediate feedback that the system provides.

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              • Controlling video

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                from IanniX / Added

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                IanniX is controlling a Jitter patch through OSC protocol. It fires visuals effects and modulates effects parameters. IanniX is a graphical open-source sequencer, based on Iannis Xenakis works, for digital art. IanniX syncs via Open Sound Control (OSC) events and curves to your real-time environment. -- IanniX contrôle un patch Jitter via le protocole OSC. Il lance des effets visuels et module des paramètres des effets. IanniX est un séquenceur graphique open-source, inspiré des travaux de Iannis Xenakis, destiné à la création numérique. IanniX synchronise via Open Sound Control (OSC) des événements et courbes vers votre environnement temps-réel. -- http://www.iannix.org

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                • Kaossilator Pro - controlled by Wii Remote and Nunchuck

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                  from Logan Caldwell / Added

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                  KoPro controlled by Wii remote running BT connection to an Open Sound Control host (in this case Osculator, could be Max/MSP, etc.) and re-routing the message to the appropriate CC# value (determined by notes in scale, total amount of CC values, and XY Pos) which then run to ableton live, which is sync'd to the internal clock of the KoPro....Alternatively the KoPro can be used to control VSTs (in this case minimoog) using the touch pad the way it was meant to be used in the first place.

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                  • SHOWROOM RICHTI-AREAL

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                    from PROJEKTIL / Added

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                    PROJEKTIL created an interactive augmented reality installation, a by 5 projectors recorded architectural model in scale 1 : 200. On the model can be shown various simulations (nightlife, sun and shadow, etc.), and also information (use zones, green areas, transport etc.) . Not only the mapped model projection is controlled interactivly by an ipad, but the whole space, which includes 44 dimmable dali lamps, 6 DMX lamps, 9 beamers, a touchscreen and the audio system.” 1 architecture model scale 1 : 200 1 ipad 9 full HD beamers 6 macminis 5000 vertices to set 40+ different animations and stills 44 dimmable dali lamps 6 DMX lamps 1 touchscreen room ambiance and model interaction via iPad all communications based on OpenSoundControl protocol MeshWarpServer for realtime-meshwarping MaxMSP/Jitter for interaction control and video player python script for device control via rs232 all modeling, animation and rendering with Blender some sources available under http://MeshWarpServer.org more of us here: www.projektil.ch and be our friend on fb here: https://www.facebook.com/projektilart

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                    • TouchOSC on Android + Milkymist One

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                      from Sébastien Bourdeauducq / Added

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                      The Milkymist project develops a comprehensive open source hardware solution for the live synthesis of interactive visual effects for VJs (video performance artists). Artwork in Milkymist is created with little snippets of code called "patches" which can take advantage of the multiple interfaces of the Milkymist One station. This video demonstrates a OSC-enabled patch producing video effects controlled wirelessly from a smartphone. Video CC-BY-SA Xiangfu Liu

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