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Do It Yourself Doodler So I am many things in this world, but an artist is not one of them. However, David Jablow is just that, and an impressive one no less. His Flickr stream is hands down one of the most impressive I’ve ever seen. He’s taken a 1950′s style Peggy Sue magazine model and put different worlds around her using a single template. Blank This is the basic template used for the entire portfolio. Ninja Barn Angel v Devil Devil 1, Angel 0 Escapee Riveter There can be no distractions while working the high steel. The Dig I think I know how this ends for our favorite doodle. Trapeeze Painter Picasso he ain’t. Getaway Mermaid I would buy this match on pay-per-view. Mud Papoose’s Revenge Just supporting my statement that babies and toddlers are jerks. Brawl Weresquirrel Mr. Cat Burglar Spacegirl ———- Advertisement ———- ———- Advertisement ———- Fire Drop Body Slam Watcha gonna do brother!? Feeding Timewarp Rodeo Little disturbed by the bull. Goodbye Kitty Hobo Writer My writing area has never looked that bad. Bomber Talk Show Tanker Robot Caught

Music visualization Print screen of preset included in MilkDrop version 1.04d Visualization techniques range from simple ones (e.g., a simulation of an oscilloscope display) to elaborate ones, which often include a plurality of composited effects. The changes in the music's loudness and frequency spectrum are among the properties used as input to the visualization. History[edit] The Atari Video Music. The unit never gained enough popularity and was in production for only a year. The first electronic music visualizer was the Atari Video Music introduced by Atari Inc. in 1976, and designed by the initiator of the home version of Pong, Robert Brown. In particular, MilkDrop by Ryan Geiss, G-Force by Andy O'Meara, and Advanced Visualization Studio (AVS) by Nullsoft became popular music visualizations. List of electronic music visualizers[edit] List of music visualization software[edit] List of media players supporting visualization[edit] See also[edit] Notes[edit] External links[edit]

Reactable Live! The Reactable Live! allows musicians and their audience to experience music in a whole new way. Designed to provide direct and intuitive interaction with sound through objects on a multi-touch enabled screen, it is perfect to play live and to unveil your creativity. With the new Limited Series, we continue to push the borders of a visually appealing and intuitive control of your performance. Carefully crafted, every Limited Series comes with upgrades in various aspects. • Improved table structure stability. • Adaptable mirror system for enhanced image quality. • Major software update, Version 1.5, introducing a new sampler format and a new sequencer. • Object bags with divisions for better organisation. • And more… For more info, see our design concepts.

Dream Big by Peter Fecteau “Dream Big” was a year-long project in which Pete created a mosaic of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. using 4,242 Rubik’s Cubes. > petefecteau.com Playtype | Typographer's Glossary Serif: Serif's are semi-structural details on the ends of some of the strokes that make up letters and symbols. A typeface that has serifs is called a serif typeface (or seriffed typeface). Some of the main classifications of Serif type are: Blackletter, Venetian, Garalde, Modern, Slab Serif, Transitional, and Informal. Fonts in each classfication share certain similiar characteristics including the shape or appearance of their serifs. Serif fonts are widely used in traditional printed material such as books and newspapers.

Partitura Generative Visualization Tool This video is a realtime sound visualisation, made with the custom software Partitura. Sound by Telefon Tel Aviv Partitura is designed to generate realtime graphics aimed at visualising sound: The term “Partitura” (score) implies a connection with music, and this metaphor is the main focus of the project. Partitura aims to create a new system for translating sound into visual forms. Inspired by the studies of artists such as Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Oscar Fischinger and Norman McLaren, the images generated by Partitura are based on a precise and coherent system of relationships between various types of geometries. The main characteristic of this system is its horizontal linear structure, like that of a musical score. Partitura creates endless evolving abstract landscapes that can respond to musical structures, audio analysis and manual gestural inputs. Related links:

Note pattern | The Shape of Music | Opal MIDI keyboards The Opal is an example of a sonome, a new musical instrument with its notes arranged in a unique way that has interesting and revealing characteristics with many advantages for the user. (fig.1) Fig 1 Sonomes are available in the form of the limited edition Opal range of MIDI Controllers. Conventional piano keyboards feature a note arrangement that has been with us since the 16th century and is still the basis of nearly all acoustic and electronic pianos, organs, synths and MIDI controllers. In order to make a true comparison with a sonome keyboard, it is worth re-examining what a conventional keyboard really comprises: the notes are arranged in the pattern of the diatonic scale in the key of C, in a single line ascending from left to right with the 'enharmonics' (sharps and flats – black keys) in a second row off-set between the 'naturals' (white keys). The resulting familiar note-pattern makes is easy to play in the keys of C major or A minor, using only the naturals. Fig 2 Fig 3 Fig 4 Fig 5

Visual thinking guides This presents nine sources of visual thinking guides: Exploratree, Gamestorming, LexIcon, Education Oasis, TeacherVision, Freeology, Education Place and Writing Fun. Exploratree hosts a set of interactive thinking guides. This is a free web resource where you can use the guides, print them, edit them or make your own. You can share them and work on them in groups. Interactive map: Flash (recommended) PDF (problem?) Here are some of the overall categories, names of individual diagram type and an indication of their purposes. Click the thumbnail to see a full-size image. Develop ideas Solve problems Explore Analyse Different perspectives Gamestorming presents thinking patterns as games, many of them visual, that will help to make meetings and discussions more fruitful and stimulating. $ - $100 Test 3 - 3-12-3 Brainstorm 4 - 4Cs 7 - 7Ps Framework A - Affinity Map; Air Time Mastermind; Argument map; Atomize B - Back of the Napkin; Bodystorming; Boundary matrix; Brainwriting; Break; Build The Checklist

May 8, 2012 « Day in Photos Posted May 8th, 2012 at 2:12 pm (UTC-4) 21Members of the Jordanian military band walk after their performance at the opening of the Special Operations Forces Exhibition and Conference at King Abdullah I Airbase in Amman. (Reuters) 22Italian Prime Minister Mario Monti (R) poses with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a Turkish-Italian meeting at Villa Madama in Rome. 23A South Korean worker attaches a Buddhist's name card on lantern to prepare for the celebration of the upcoming Buddha's 2,556st birthday on May 28 at the Jogye temple in Seoul, South Korea. 24A boy cries as he holds his sister in his lap after a confrontation with squatters and police personnel, who arrived to demolish houses that were built illegally, in Kathmandu. 25A tourist walks besides kayaks and canoes on Fulong beach in New Taipei city, northeastern Taiwan. 27Rea Inu Bake, from the Indian tribe Hunikui, takes part in a protest against slave labor outside the Chamber of Deputies in Brasilia.

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