He Liked Thick Word Soup is the latest experiment in the Chronotext series, a growing collection of software experiments exploring the relation between text, space and time.
The Cut up Jeans Technique is an iOS app that plays the new album as long as you shake your device. All animations are interactive and real-time making use of OpenGL, GLSL and Cinder libs
Back in 2012 Nicolas Ménard created a project at the intersection between graphic design and visual arts. The original idea was to design a book on the topic of colour, with a random process that generated abstract forms.
In this tutorial we will show you how to create an application using Cinder that grabs photos from Instagram to create real-time animated kaleidoscopes. We’ll look at the technical details of the (simplified) version that is now included as a sample with Cinder (0.8.5+).
Once we take a step back from our screens and look at exciting new opportunities Leap Motion provides, we may discover and begin to describe new ways of computer-human interaction. Here are our top 10 up-to-date.
Real-time simulation of an underwater feeding frenzy by Robert Hodgin comprised of 7000 fish, dolphins and sharks created for Auckland War Memorial Museum.
Word Shift is a tile-swapping word game created in Cinder by David Wicks about shifting letters around the board to form words that cascade off and reveal new letters.
Created by Fake Love with Blair Neal in collaboration with Red Paper Heart (Zander Brimijoin, Daniel Scheibel), Playground is an immersive installation created for Sonos Studio at SXSW. With five projectors, a kinect and the new Sonos Playbar a 250sf black and white space shed’s interior reacts to every sonic nuance, visualizing any selected track.
Created by Nocte, a collaborative between Andrea Cuius-Boscarello and Hannelore Leisek, Woods is a responsive light installation commissioned by artistic director Heather Eddington of State of Flux DanceFilm Company for their Samuel Beckett Theatre Trust Awards 2013 finalist performance A Study of Who. By using different lighting setups and dispositions for each consecutively revealed element, every scene of the choreography […]
After months of everyone sharing the Leap Motion demo video, the first Developer Kits are making their way into the hands of those that signed up early. Dofl Yun was one of the few to receive it last week, Leap Motion Dev Board (v.04) and with some help from Robert Hodgin and Andrew Bell with […]
Created by Matthieu Savary using Cinder, Rubans for iPad lets you use the colors of the world around in order to draw animated, colorful ribbons. Ribbons can be dragged around at will or dropped out of the screen using gravity.
Created by NYC collective Breakfast and located in Manhattan’s Herald Square at 885 6th Ave and 32nd Street, the 23×12 foot display is made up of 44,000 electromagnetic spinning dots which each flip from black to white creating a moving image that you can hear.