streaming audio from/to max

Audio,Max — Ali Momeni @ 2:49 pm

related postings:

icecast server:

Atomic Milestone Level One: Is video processing a good idea? Is motion sensing electronics a good idea?

Machine Vision,Max,OpenCV — henry.armero @ 5:42 am

HELLO WORLD.

You are reading the first milestone of Henry Armero’s so far unnamed project. What an exciting premise! What is it?

Well, currently The Plan is to create some manner of mask, costume, suit, and/or outfit that will have some means of detecting motion of the wearer. It will form an instrument that works as follows!: It encourages stillness, building off the slight involuntary motions of the wearer and the static of the sensors. However, when there is a big movement, like a blink or a twitch or an itch or a whatever, the building sound will get jarred and it will be a thing.

COOL OK SO, how will this be accomplished? Well, I didn’t want to just jump in and start planning around certain aspects in case they turned out to be mega shitty. So I started out by doing a test of the various techs just to see how they rolled. First, how would having a webcam with live processing go?

To decide that, I built a little max patch and played with the jit openCV boxes. And I think they work pretty well! My patch looks kind of like this, if you are curious. You can click for big!

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Connecting analog sensors, servos and motors to max

Max,Sensors — Ali Momeni @ 3:05 pm

see this post:

teach.alimomeni.net/2012spring2b/?p=298

Intro to Max

Max,Software — Ali Momeni @ 12:30 pm

Class resources:

  • SIS Courses drop box folder: includes Max abstractions and externals
  • Cycling ’74 Max Licenses: CMU has a site license now; email Ali for authorization

Max Resources:

  • Max Forum: active discussion forums maintained by Cycling74
  • MaxObjects.com: database of 3rd party “externals” for Max; search here by function (e.g. “spectral analysis”)
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