Max/Msp project

Uncategorized — stephanie_shulman @ 3:31 pm

Here is the youtube video:

Here is the audio file that won’t go into it:

Audio Recording 9

Here is the Patch in Max/Msp:


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My OpenProcessing Page

Uncategorized — stephanie_shulman @ 4:23 pm

link to my processing work from the first part of the semester:

http://openprocessing.org/portal/?userID=13132

Enjoy!

hug-doll that tweets!

Uncategorized — stephanie_shulman @ 1:53 pm

via hug-doll that tweets! – YouTube.

To Tweet or Not to Tweet

Uncategorized — stephanie_shulman @ 1:34 am

Things I think would be neat to tweet as they happened, using an arduino as a detector of the occurrence:

1. Even though this may seem trivial, I always want to know when people are going to sleep and waking up. If I need to contact someone and it is a questionable hour of the day, ie, sometime in the late hours of the night or early hours of the morning, it would be good to know if I would be waking them up if I called or getting a response to a text anytime in the near future. This would probably work by putting a button or a sensor under their pillow and it sending a tweet when the head hits the pillow.

2. I think it would be really neat to know when someone is thinking about you, or talking about you. One way that someone may be aware of this is if someone typed your name, which would basically be a specific series of letter in a specific order. It may be nice to know if specific people typed your name, and the keys could send a tweet saying that ___ is thinking of___.

3. Using the TTL Serial JPEG Camera with NTSC Video I think it could be really cool to take pictures of people as they enter and/or leave a specific space, upload it to an image site, then tweet a message that contains the time the person entered the space along with the link with the photograph. Not exactly sure what that space would be, but it would have to be a location that mattered to a few people at least. It would be almost like a security camera taking photos instead of endless streams of video.

The Talking Breathalyzer in Portable Mode

LookingOutwards — stephanie_shulman @ 6:17 pm

The Talking Breathalyzer in Portable Mode – YouTube.

 

Awesome breathalyzer that talks to you. Even though it wont tell you your BAC, it tells you how drunk you are… in different voices! you can read the pure data if you want to, and the buttons at the top of the device can be programmed to do whatever you want. it can be programmed with arduino so its super fun times 🙂

Pumpbeats

LookingOutwards — stephanie_shulman @ 6:11 pm

 

 

Pumpbeats – YouTube.

 

This interactive sound installation focuses on making human movement more involved in creating music. It also emphasizes people interacting with each other  in order to make the music. With the use of three pumps, different beats are created with different drum sounds that project from the speakers.

FINE COLLECTION OF CURIOUS SOUND OBJECTS on Vimeo

LookingOutwards — stephanie_shulman @ 5:57 pm

Georg Reil has taken ordinary household objects and altered them so that each of the six has its own distinct personality and function. Ranging from a matchbox, to a laundry detergent bottle, a bucket and a coffee mill that play sounds of all sorts, each works in their own way. SO FUN!!!!

 

FINE COLLECTION OF CURIOUS SOUND OBJECTS on Vimeo on Vimeo

Arduino test

Uncategorized — stephanie_shulman @ 4:18 am

Arduino test – YouTube.

The Digigripper: An Arduino Climbing Wall

LookingOutwards — stephanie_shulman @ 4:00 am

A wall that challenges your body by using letters. Personally, I see it as a clever and mean way to make people fall and make fools of themselves. Anyway, basically, as a letter forms via LED, the button that is lit will also push out, letting someone climb on it like a foot hold or handhold. But if you put pressure on the wrong one, you will lose your footing and fall. clever yet mean.

 

The Digigripper: An Arduino Climbing Wall | The Arduino Project Spotter.

Kinetica Artfair

LookingOutwards — stephanie_shulman @ 3:49 am

This is a site that has many artists who primarily work in installation and sculpture. Some of the works have to do with arduinos and interactivity, others have more kinetic aspects, others are simple sculptures, but there are lots of cool things.

 

Kinetica Artfair – Kinetica Art Fair.

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