“Long Distance Whisper”

Arduino,Audio,Final Project,OpenCV,Sensors — epicjefferson @ 1:38 pm

“Cell Phone Synthesizer” by Priya Ganadas, Epic Jefferson, and John Mars

Assignment,OpenCV,Student Work — John Mars @ 4:26 pm

Cell Phone Synthesizer is a multi-user collaborative piece designed to create music with phones. Participant’s mobile devices are tracked via camera, and their positions and screen colors are used to compose a immersive sound experience.

“LIVE Singapore!” by SENSEable City Lab (2011)

OpenCV,Reference,Visual — meng @ 2:45 pm

The digital revolution has layered a vast system of cameras, communication devices, microcontrollers and sensors over our environment, enabling entirely new ways to imagine, monitor, and understand our cities.

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Max Extensions: Part 1

Arduino,Hardware,Max,OpenCV,Sensors — Ali Momeni @ 12:17 am

In order to add extra functionality to max, you can download and install “3rd party externals”. ┬áThese are binaries that you download, unzip and place within your MAX SEARCH PATH (i.e. in Max, go to Options > File Preferences… and add the folder where you’ll put your 3rd party extensions; I recommend a folder called “_for-Max” in your “Documents” folder).

Some helpful examples:

  • Physical Computing: Maxuino
    • how to connect motors/lights/solenoids/leds to Max with Maxuino
  • Machine Vision: OpenCV for Max (cv.jit)
  • Audio Analsyis for Max: Zsa Objects (Emmanuel Jourdain) and analyzer~ (Trista Jehan)
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