Students in DIGA 231 Interactivity and Art learn how to program their own interactive software using Max/MSP and use Arduino boards to create a link between the physical and digital worlds. Students also learn how to use a variety of switches and sensors such as distance, light, pressure, knock, temperature, RFID and heart rate sensors. The video below captures the exhibition of their final projects for the Fall 2009.
The videos below are by students in the Fall 2009 version of DIGA 461 Computer Music, where undergraduate students learn to use Max/MSP as a platform for exploring sound synthesis, audio processing and algorithmic composition. They are required to not only complete a final research project, but document and share via YouTube. I hope people out there enjoy these as much as I did!
Blues Call and Response – 3 min
Loop Station – 8 min, 7 sec
Sonification of Emails – 3 min, 53 sec
CataRT System – 7 min, 14 sec
The Wooster Collective Blog just posted about MPG: Mobile Performance Group! Wooster collective is from NYC and they “are dedicated to showcasing and celebrating ephemeral art placed on streets in cities around the world.” They are the go to source for street art. We are very excited to have our work recognized by this prominent blog.
The Eye – Leonidas Dezes – 23 sec