"Voice Array" at MCA Sydney (2011) by Rafael Lozano-Hemmer. "Voice Array," 2011 Subsculpture 13 intercom, 576 white LED lights, holosonic speaker, custom-made hardware and software display dimensions variable "Voice Array" is a construction for vocal improvisation that uses blinking LEDs and a customized intercom system of audio playback and recording.
Capturing hundreds of voices and translating each one into a series of light flashes, the piece stores a unique pattern as a loop in the first light of the array, until the next participant speaks into the intercom. Each new recording is pushed along its long horizontal band of LEDs, as sounds of the voices gradually accumulate. When the first voice reaches the other side of the piece, the participant’s phrase is once again released as sound, punctuated by the staggering pulsation of all the lights in tandem. The ever-changing voices stored by the piece play back through a directional speaker, during moments of less activity. Sensei. SUPER ART MODERN MUSEUM - SPAMM - MUSEE DES ARTS SUPER MODERNES. Interactivo - Zona digital de juegos de Paul Neave. Damellis/EncodeAudio. Yes Lab. Crowdfunding the commons. Crowdfunding + distributed collaboration Goteo is a social network for crowdfunding and distributed collaboration (services, infrastructures, microtasks and other resources) for encouraging the independent development of creative and innovative initiatives that contribute to the common good, free knowledge, and open code.
We support projects with social, cultural, scientific, educational, technological, or ecological objectives that generate new opportunities for the improvement of society and the enrichment of community goods and resources. Goteo adds collective returns to individual rewards. Hacklab.cl. Playing Card Recognition Using AForge.Net Framework. Introduction Playing card recognition systems can be coupled with a robotic system which acts like a dealer or a human player in a card game, such as blackjack.
Implementing this kind of application is also a good example for learning computer vision and pattern recognition. This article involves binarization, edge detection, affine transformation, blob processing, and template matching algorithms which are implemented in AForge .NET Framework. Note that this article and this system is based on Anglo-American card decks, it may not work for other card decks.
However, this article describes basic methods for detection and recognition of cards. OpenFrameworks. English / japanese openFrameworks is an open source C++ toolkit for creative coding. download Grab the most recent release (0.8.1) and follow the setup guide to get openFrameworks running. documentation.
Talk to Me. Welcome to Talk to Me, an exhibit at MoMA July 24–November 7, 2011 Whether openly and actively or in subtle, subliminal ways, things talk to us.
Tangible and intangible, and at all scales—from the spoon to the city, the government, and the Web, and from buildings to communities, social networks, systems, and artificial worlds—things communicate. Graffiti Research Lab Archive. Delicate Boundaries. Evan Roth: BAD ASS MOTHER FUCKER (BADASS MOTHERFUCKER #BADA55) CreativeApplications.Net. Night Bright is an interactive installation by @design_io of nocturnal discovery #openframeworks. Night Bright is an interactive installation by Design I/O ( Emily Gobeille & Theo Watson) of nocturnal discovery where children use their bodies to light up the nighttime forest and discover the creatures that inhabit it.
Children listed to sounds in the forest and play a nighttime game of hide and seek. Some creatures are curious and will investigate the light, while others are frightened and will hide in the shadows. Likewise, children can grow nocturnal plants and release fireflies from their flowers. Palabras Digitales. La Mansión Escondida. Exposition Monet 2010 - RMN - Grand Palais - Paris. The Wilderness Downtown. ShapeOko + grbl = Awesome! Windbelt Micro-wind Generator. Liquid 2.0. Give Water. There is a water problem on planet Earth.
We are running out of clean water to use because we are using up our limited fresh water supply at an untenable rate. You would not assume this when using the average kitchen faucet: water appears to flow infinitely. We lift the handle, interact with a 13 inch stream of water for a few seconds, and then it’s gone–down the drain like magic. Jason Bruges Studio. Client Location Southbank Centre, London Year In collaboration with onedotzero and Light Lab for Architecture Week 2007 of which the theme was, ‘How green is our space?’
The festival focused on critical issues of climate change and sustainability, with the aim to inspire people to think creatively about the spaces around them.