ClassWork / Homework-Wang-ICM-F09
name | linktitle -comments
Yoni Niv http://openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=4728 - comments
Nico Hsieh http://itp.nyu.edu/~thh229/ICM_Nico/week1/applet/ -comments
Sean Fitzgerald | http://itp.nyu.edu/~swf220/ICM/week_1_assignment/ -comments
Poram Lee | http://itp.nyu.edu/~pl872/icm/week1/ - comments
Sooyun Yun | http://itp.nyu.edu/~sy735/ICM_week2/ -comments
Aiwen http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/thewhiskeysea/?p=87 comments =]
Nico Hsieh http://www.nicohsieh.com/itp/blog/?p=35 -comments
Yoni http://www.openprocessing.org/visuals/?visualID=4814 - comments
Aiwen http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/thewhiskeysea/?cat=5 -HELP!
Poram, Sooyun http://itp.nyu.edu/~pl872/icm/week3/- gravity using class
Poram, Sooyun http://itp.nyu.edu/~pl872/icm/week4/
Aiwen's questions on manyManyCars (am still working out HWtweaks, will post shortly): http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/thewhiskeysea/?p=222 exercise9-6: http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/thewhiskeysea/?p=227 exercise9-7: http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/ICM/Week4/ Questions on 9-7: http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/thewhiskeysea/?p=231 HW http://itp.nyu.edu/~awh234/ICM/Week4a
chika http://itp.nyu.edu/~ci343/wordpress/mysketch/applet/ICM100609v2/ working progress
Sean Fitzgerald | http://itp.nyu.edu/~swf220/ICM/week_4_assignment/ -reworked previous week's example, added color shift and object arrays.
Slava and Nico | http://itp.nyu.edu/~thh229/ICM_Nico/animation/applet/ - having problem loading in browsers, but it works sometimes...
Slava & Nico http://itp.nyu.edu/~thh229/ICM_Nico/blow_poem/applet/ seems like it doesn't work on browsers...(unsolved problem with audio input)
Sean | http://itp.nyu.edu/~swf220/ICM/week_5_assignment/ -counts and displays results from Yahoo news XML feed for 'Balloon Boy' and 'Captain Lou Albano'
Slava & Nico midterm project: We plan on creating an element of a large-scale audio-visual installation. We will use the veils from the assignment from 6th week and work on imbuing them with more realistic movement. The veils will be projected on a large screen that sections off the rest of the installation space, thus encapsulating it. They will react to (specific wind-like) sounds and create the illusion as though they are being blown towards the spectator. Once the spectator approaches a certain point along the projection, a motion sensor will trigger the veils to open. At this place there will also be an opening in the screen and the spectator will be able to penetrate the main installation space.
http://itp.nyu.edu/~thh229/ICM_Nico/veils_new.pde http://itp.nyu.edu/~thh229/ICM_Nico/veil_function.pde still in progress, will be developed to our mid-term work
Sooyun & Poram midterm project: We are planning to create interactive visual with sound. There will be several balls (objects) that interact with each other and this interaction will create sound that possibly becomes music. We hope this piece can give viewers both video and audio experience.
Aiwen: My first step towards creating a super-duper poetry project involving bubbles as a media controller will be to try to make words fade in and out on the screen using input data from a thermistor. Basically I'm hoping that when you blow on a thermistor, words will gradually appear on the screen.
CHiKA Motion capture using camera creates outline of moving object or people become abstract Image. could add some sound some object like balls or line affect.
Yoni: I plan to create pan/tilt device that can 'follow' an object via motion capture. The position of the object will determine the position of a sonic object (pan L/R and distance). So far I have managed to control 2 servo motors using processing (for the Pan/Tilt device). I would very much like to establish a connection between processing and Max/MSP, which seems a bit more complicated than I thought.
Sean: I'd like to take project of counting hits in news stories from last week and combine it with a physical interface. Basically, providing a switch to toggle pre-defined search criteria on and off with a display of the results.
Yoni: http://yoniniv.wordpress.com/ My first blog ever, as well! Video of this thingy should be up soon (I hope)...
A short video of this thingy on Viemo: http://www.vimeo.com/7511336
Towards The Final:
Yoni: Ideas for the final project: I’m not quite sure what I would like to do for the final project. Any input would be much appreciated.
1.I’m currently in very preliminary stages of developing an installation that incorporates physical computing in order to reify visual patterns in ‘real would’ by ‘mapping’ visual patterns to an array of DC motors. Thus, for my final project I would like to write a processing app that would generate the visual patterns and would communicate the data to the Arduino. 2.The second idea is still pretty vogue: I’m very interested in sound localization and movement, and would like to develop an app that would pass (x, y, z) coordinates to determine sonic movement. Not visualization of sound, but rather a sonization of the visual.
Slava & Nico final project: We plan on creating an element of a living-veal installation. We will use the veils from the midterm and transfer them into the openframeworks environment in order to get better rendering and faster computation. They will react to wind sounds as if blowing in the wind. When the spectator approaches a certain point of the installation, a sensor will trigger the veils to open. Behind the veils the will be a video of moving veal.
Slava and Nico:http://momentsound.com/form/getform1.php
Yoni: I couldn't upload my php master piece, mainly since I had bad luck with 3rd party hosting servers. Instead, I created a local server using XAMPP. I should, however, be able to show my thingy in class using the local network. Idea about my final project - -coming soon.
Sean | http://itp.nyu.edu/~swf220/ICM/week_11/form.html -I'm getting a weird error when I try to run this off the ITP server...
Docs for final