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Sonic Playgrounds

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Found this guy’s work by accident, doing research for possible projects ideas.

With a few contact mics, a loop pedal, a projector and a LEAP Motion controller, Faire has essentially provided the surface tools to turn any hard, flat area into an instrument. Emphasis on the word “surface” in that last sentence, though. When live it seems to have remarkably few components, but its incorporation of Arduino processors and Piezo sensors and guitar pick-ups and music programs like Ableton Live and MAX/MSP weaves a richly complex series of behind-the-curtain computation–all of which are intrinsic to Contact’s portability and efficacy.

http://thecreatorsproject.vice.com/blog/new-installation-turns-ordinary-surfaces-into-sonic-playgrounds

http://vimeo.com/felixfaire/contact

Rhythm and luminous performance

Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab - Apparition

Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab – Apparition

This exhibition spreads around with the theme rhythm and explains the connection between human movement and luminous performance by using interactive technology.

rAndom international & Philips Electronics’ Lumiblade – You fade to light, OLED Installation 2009

In this one, it consider as “the world’s first OLED media wall”, using next generation OLED technology, create an interface with thousands of OLEDs. On this interactive wall, it captured user’s movement and drew the outline of their figures. When user passing by or even dancing in front of this wall, it will trigger the on/off of the OLEDs. Luminous changed with the movement of user, create a digital rhythm luminous efficiency.

rAndom international & Philips Electronics’ Lumiblade – You fade to light, OLED Installation 2009

Siddharth Mankad, Aashka Shah and Sunil Vallu – Interactive Wall Installation 2009

This is another interactive wall designed by Siddharth Mankad, Aashka Shah and Sunil Vallu. It used a wide angle webcam to track users’ movement and wrote code in Processing 1.0. On this wall the rhythm was represented on “following” and “growing”. Random coloured circles or curves will came up and followed users, and even grew up and spread out like the ivy.

Siddharth Mankad, Aashka Shah and Sunil Vallu – Interactive Wall Installation 2009

Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab – Apparition

This is an interactive performance combined dance and digital media directed by Klaus Obermaier. The rhythm in this piece reflects on both dancers and the back screen. It sets a connection between dancers’ movement and luminous lines, and can be considered as another dancing performance on the backscreen.

Klaus Obermaier & Ars Electronica Futurelab – Apparition