The Automatic Orchestra is an audio installation exploring algorithmic composition and networked music. A common set of rules distributed among a network of MIDI devices opens up a melodic space orchestrated by automatic logic.
David Gauthier talks education and research, in particular the interaction Design Programme (IDP) at CIID. A 12 month full time Masters programme, hosting a maximum of 25 students that benefits from eighty percent of the teaching done by the visiting faculty, hired on demand from various disciplines.
Created by Andrew Nip, Ruben van de Vleuten, Malthe Borch, and Andrew Spitz, Skube is a music player that allows you to discover and share music by physically interacting with custom designed cubes which act as an interface to Last.fm and Spotify.
Created by Kostantinos Frantzis, Ana Catharina Marques and Markus Schmeiduch at the CIID, the project connects two Copenhagen neighbourhoods using the old maritime technology of SignalLamps, combined with the modern network layer of twitter messages.
Created by by Momo Miyazaki and Andrew Spitz at the CIID, WTPh? (What the Phonics) is an installation which helps passers-by to learn the correct way to pronounce street names in Denmark.
This project by Manas Karambelkar, Momo Miyazaki and Kenneth A. Robertsen at the CIID explores how much of a language is silent. ‘Silenc’ is a visualization of an interpretation of silent letters within Danish, English and French languages done by eliminating or highlighting the silent letters within a prescribed text.
This project, made at CIID (Copenhagen Institut of Interaction Design), was part of their Generative Design class ran by Joshua Noble. Paper Note creates a tangible waveform from laser cut disks of paper. The user records a message, a sound or loads up music, and the system analyses the sound to map each moment to a corresponding […]
Created by Joshua Noble, Chris Bierbower and Mette Lyckegaard, The Binary Counter is an interactive display and teaching tool for kids to explore the most basic building blocks of digital information: 1’s and 0’s. The team broke a byte into its 8 bits and gave each a physical and visual representation using motors and LEDs. […]
Using a combination of RFID technology, Processing and Arduino, Jacek Barcikowski, Filippo Cuttica and Ulrik A. Hogrebethe created an installation with location aware speakers allowing the user to interact with music and the environment by moving the speakers around the room. The RHIFID speakers were used for the project “This is a Journey into Sound” […]