Augmented sound is aÂ thesis project for the Computer Graphic Design Masters at RIT byÂ Berio Molina Quiroga. An augmented reality composition whereÂ objects are given a sound property and their interaction inÂ physicalÂ (projected) space generates sounds.
A portable computer vision system based on video projection, which allows interaction between the projection itself, the physical space where it is projected and the user.
The project is inspired by the following works:
The aplication was build using Openframeworks and Supercollider.Â If you want more information or want to see all the concepts, ideas and how it was build , you can visit and follow all the process in theÂ thesisâ€™s blog which also includes a lot of very useful code and video guides for those getting into openFrameworks programming.
Posted on: 02/06/2009
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