Month: March 2010


rain. [iPhone, Sound]

Rain. is a minimalistic audio visual composition app for the iPhone created by Rainer Kohlberger. Tap to create black sound stripes, double tap to create moire phases, shake to create a colored beat, double swipe to change background loop. The longer a stripe the lower its pitch. After creating a stripe, use your second finger […]


Overbug [Processing, Java, Sound]

Created by Hiroshi Matoba, Overbug is a music-performance tool designed to compose Minimal and Dance Music. Through looping and newly arranging sound patterns, the program creates complex, polyrhythmic sounds. Overbug differs from conventional linear controlled music sequencers, which arrange the sound into a linear timeline from left to right. In Overbug is the sound arrangement […]


Fine Collection of Curious Sound Objects [Processing]

The installation includes six exhibits, at first sight looking trivial, each object incorporates a very unique ability. Each is accompanied with a little story, all completely concealing the existence of technical components such as speakers or sensors, only small connection ports as well as the uniform black finishing point to thier unusual abilities. Watch video […]


AsciiLife [iPhone]

AsciiLife allows you to use your iPhone camera to see what is around you in Ascii Art, in real time. Created by Neomobili, you can now pan across your environment seeing live AsciiLife in 4 different modes; Black and white for simplicity, Color, Green for “terminal lovers” and my favorite: Black and red. Included also […]


Audiotool [Flash, Sound, WebApp]

Audiotool is a fantastic example of why Adobe Flash is still relevant in a world where many web developers are calling for it’s early demise. is a fairly complete electronic music studio in web app form. It’s something that would have been impossible just a couple of Flash versions ago, but since Adobe added […]


Debug [openFrameworks, Processing]

Created by Edhv using openFrameworks, Processing, Applescript, webcam and insects, Debug is a physical installation exploring what happens when you let nature interact with technology. It is an experimental machine that transforms the movements of insects into beautiful patterns printed as posters. Obstacles are put in the insects way to influence their behaviour, controlling the […]


harmonious. [iPhone]

Inspired by Mr. Doob‘s ‘Harmony’ web app, harmonious is an iPhone version of the same created by The Angry Robot Zombie Factory allowing you to create drawings using smart generative brushes some devised and others evolved by Mr. Doob. Harmonious uses clever procedural drawing techniques so that, with only a few lines, you can create […]


muBlip [Sound, iPhone, Games]

Finalist in this years 2010 Independent Games Festival Mobile Awards, muBlip is a rhythm & shapes game memory game created by PARA9 (Tran-Quan Luong, Alexandre Grégoire and Mathieu Guindon) . The core gameplay is simple: learn multi-touch patterns then replay them as accurately as possible. The visual patterns of the game follow the rhythm of […]


Mycelium [Processing]

Mycelium is a simulation of fungal hyphae growth using images as food, created by Ryan Alexander. The project originally started in 2005 while he was working at Logan in Venice, California. Click images to see full size. Hyphae grow into the lighter areas of the image while avoiding their own trails. Branching and growth speed […]


Auto Smiley [openFrameworks, Mac]

Auto Smiley is a computer vision application that runs in the background while you work. The software analyzes your face while you are working and if it detects a smile it sends the the ascii smiley face letters “: )” as keyboard presses to the front most application. Created by Theo Watson for Download […]