Simple timelapse is a quick tool to make timelapse movies.
It uses an arduino for setting shutter intervals, an 4N35 opto-coupler to protect the camera from any accidental current, and a led to notify when shutter is in action. Focus was left manual to prevent from any automatic adjustement (that we don’t want anyway in timelapse!) and spare camera battery. Code and circuit was derived from intervaluino borrowing the opto-coupler idea from MaxTech, available at GitHub.
Meta-Screen was a video mapping project led at Puce Muse, to transform any surface into a projection screen. Developments included tools to quickly map a shape or a contour, as well a real-time algorithm to interact with these shapes, like physics engine to make virtual objects bounce on architectural features.
Digital moving picture.
107724404×8 is the audiovisual rendering of a binary pdf file raw data.
The video reveals the internal structure of the file as both visual and sonic shapes. Compressed parts of the file will look and sound noisy while uncompressed parts will show redundant patterns and somewhat harmonic sound spectrum.
Original video is 10min long and 1024× 768px.
Beware of the rrrraw sound.
Development of a “radio-roulette” Max patch for the “Atelier de Création Radiophonique”. The application is receiving a set of live radio streams across Europe. The user can then “launch” the roulette and the application is wheeling in a round-robin across the various radio streams.
Client : Atelier de Création Radiophonique” – France Culture
THE 4 CORNERS OF EUROPELive from Paris, a special program to celebrate the Radio Day of European Cultures By Philippe Langlois and Frank Smith Director Gilles Mardirossian Europe, we know, is an immature continent, where development is coming gradually. This program is not aimed to treat about political nor economical trends, but its purpose is to reinstate all the poetic power that this territory had. To achieve this, we shall connect – we shall hear them – with the four islands which are on the four corners of Europe : Sptizberg, Acores, Canaries, and Cyprus. Initially build as a showcase, this program will associate for each country a variety of several sounds streams : some good traditional music, a compilation of documentary archives, a mixture of landscape sounds as well as the live broadcast of local webradios and the satellite communication of the weather forecasting centers which are on site. The responsability of the final product will be the one of the person in charge of the program, who will have total freedom to compile the various sounds collected.
Sunday, October the 14th, 2007 from 10h10 PM to 11h30 PM
transforming a place into a collective audiovisual instrument
media music room is a collaborative workshop held in DauHaus Sofia, aiming at transforming a place into an interactive and collaborative music audiovisual instrument, through hacking and bending things at hand. During a week, a small team worked using all kinds of recycled and in-situ materials (bench, lamps, microphones, clothe) and softwares (max/MSP, pure data, processing, flash, etc.) to create an interactive setup, made of a bench-o-phone, ceiling-lamps-turned-to-audio-delays, pen tablet drumloop mixer, joystick-contolled sound scrubbers, audiovisual feedback and synched projection fitting the location architecture. This camp was open to any visitor as an opportunity for local people to meet, share ideas, bring their own audio/video material and conceive together. At the end of the week, an event was organized where anyone could play the multimedia instruments.
The project was also meant as a thought-provoking exchange on the notion of instrument in the contemporary society, following theories raised by John Cage or Christopher Small.
Recycled indoor cycle, hacked dynamo, arduino and custom electronics, old PC running a pure data patch.
An indoor cycle is perched in front of a projected video screen, whose wheel rotation controls an interactive video. When the rider is cycling, the landscape is scrolling at an exagerated speed. When driving slowly or at rest, the screen displays abstract moving images from the limbos.
Cyclescape was made for “Vanité #10 : Visible Invisible” by Luis Pasina & co, during Nuit Blanche 2008, Paris.