Mahvish Nagda – Looking Outwards

by mahvish @ 2:11 am 13 March 2012

Light Drive

Light Drive is a stop motion video by Kim Pimmel. Each photograph is a long exposure video of lights controlled by an Arduino remotely controlled via bluetooth to drive a stepper motor. The light sources include cold cathode case lights, EL wire, lasers, etc.

David Haylock’s Project (Dance)

This is still a work in progress by David Haylock, but looks interesting. It uses a 10k Sanyo Projector, a 10m by 7m Cyc, Quartz Composer, MaxMSPJitter and the Kinect to augment a dance performance by projecting previous movements on the screen behind the dancers. I thought the result was really pretty for something that seems like a pretty simple idea.

Kinect Cat Sequencer

I’m always amazed at the lack of interactive pet software there is out there. Sometimes I’ll see a few here and there but the Kinect Cat Sequencer seemed like an interesting idea. It uses the Kinect to trigger audio samples that are triggered by how filled the cat’s plates are. Code & details are available here.

Kinetic Art – Dynamic Structure

The video is of a set of 32 independently moving lines that are controlled by an integrated computer system. The video shows some of the constantly changing ordered and random structures that appear and disappear.

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