The breathing consciously bracelet prototype was successfully built.
The sensor used was a stretch sensor on a strap that can be placed around the torso, in order to detect when it expands and contracts with the breathing process.
For prototyping reasons the bracelet was wired.
two velcro straps, bound together
arduino Mini pro + FTDI chip
stretch sensor (analog sensor)
small vibrating . . . → Read More: final project – documentation – pre winter show 2011
Faces, shocks, frisson, not quite functional, not quite fun. Mirror neurons, “active” empathy, translation of face to something
FaceOSC – A nice OSC package for the open source FaceTracker
Osculator - Nice way to look at OSC commands and really helpful in debugging/figuring out what’s coming through
Processing - We love Dan Schiffman
OscP5 Library for Processing - Library for reading OSC commands . . . → Read More: Face Control
To recap, for my final I am installing my eye tracking glasses onto a tablet that I wear as clothing. The tablet displays what I am seeing. The concept is acknowledging the power of eye communication by amplifying what I am looking at on my clothing. This will be a spectacle and kind of silly looking, . . . → Read More: Final Project Progress
This is a position tracking system. This system communicates with people’s electronic devices via Bluetooth protocol. Then visualize people’s location on screen in real time.
There are a few reasons why I choose Bluetooth. People do not need to bring anything beside their daily-carried cell phone and laptop. Since Bluetooth needs a bi-direction commutation between the . . . → Read More: ITP tracker