Recently I’ve been working with a software called NI mate by Delicode. It allows anyone to use a standard Microsoft Xbox Kinect as a performance interface. What you basically can do is to use your body movements and poses to control music / visual performances. NI mate has built-in support for MIDI and OSC, so […]
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I presented my Wave-o-Matic project at the MediaLab Demoday this week. Here’s short video of the performance, and I’ll promise to post soon more information about the other projects I worked on during this Spring: Grandma’s Haunted Interior Decoration (interactive installation), Teleportation (8 channel sound art piece) and Grain Room (multichannel sound installation). Thanks to […]
Here’s a video about my project Machine Head for Derek Holzer‘s workshop “Building interfaces for audiovisual performance”. It is an experimental rhythm machine that uses two solenoids to create mechanical grooves.
As we’ve played few gigs around SXSW parties with Phantom, there’s been quite a lot of interest towards my controller as well. Here are some of the features we’ve found so far: NY1 RVSX Blog Now it’s time to go back home from Austin and start working on this stuff for real…
Here’s a new video of the MIDI controller that works with ultrasonic sensors. It’s already packed in my bag and ready to depart to SXSW in Austin tomorrow morning! Btw. the controller has already gained a nickname UFO when I’ve been playing it live 🙂
Here is a video of the MIDI controller I’ve been working on. I’m controlling a simple Ableton Live synth patch with the controller. More videos coming soon!