Patricia Adler | ITP Blog
The original concept for this piece was to enable dancers to trigger music that corresponds and fits to their moves. Meaning that one does not need to rely on a DJ to play the type of music (s)he is currently in the mood for.
I quickly realised that this would entail quite complex computational behavioural recognition, [...]
For my mid term project I was looking to interpret sensory interaction with a 5″ x 7″ Pin Art toy as sound. As a methodology, I decided to use a camera to stream in a recording of the device, which in turn gets interpreted as motion within Processing.
This motion/change in pixels, alone, is then displayed graphically [...]
I was looking to create an interactive animation, using a serial input from the Arduino microcontroller.
In the basic setup a potentiometer adjusted the serial input – below you can see the potentiometer and the serial monitor showing the various reads:
A potentiometer acted like a joystick, ’stearing’ the view through a window at the end of [...]