All posts tagged: record

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AntiMap [oF, Android, iPhone, Javascript, Processing]

The AntiMap by Trent Brooks is an Open Source creative toolset for recording and visualising your own data. The project currently consists of a phone utility application (AntiMap Log – iOS/Android) for data capture, and a couple of web/desktop applications (AntiMap Simple (Javascript) and AntiMap Video (oF)) for post analysis and data visualisation. The mobile application […]

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Precocious Mouse #1 [Android, Sound]

Android 7″ tablet optimised album release from Precocious Mouse and friends, this app created by Caleb Wood, a musician working in London, combines sounds, generative visuals and photography accompanying each audio track. The text is supplied by invited artists, musicians, and composers. The sound is typically characterised as glitch, with an abstract approach to rhythm and construction. […]

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SoundAffects [MaxMSP, Sound, Arduino]

On Fifth Avenue, a listening wall has jacks built in, so passersby can plug in earphones and listen to street activity translated into music. Sensors built into the wall detect movement, proximity, temperature, weather, cell phone activity, noise, color and light. Online and at night, a data visualizer translates the street activity and plays along […]

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Cascade [Processing]

Cascade is the latest project by NYTimes R&D department that allows precise analysis of the structures that underly sharing activity on the web. Initiated by Mark Hansen and working with Jer Thorp and Jake Porway (Data Scientist at the Times) the team spent the last 6 months building the tool to understand how information propagates through the […]

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Record Makers [iPhone]

Record Makers is a French independent label celebrating 10 years of activity. For the occasion, artists Mrzyk & Moriceau have created a surrealistic iPhone game in which you can create random art by swiping different parts of the drawing. * Make your own pictures combinations by sliding the 3 different images * Save the created […]

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Digital Chronophotography [Processing]

If you were enjoyed the ‘Venetian Mirror’ (2009) by Fabrica piece at the current Decode exhibition at V&A you might especially like this post by Heino Boekhout exploring the concept of Digital Chronophotography. The article describes experiments which record several phases of movement into a single image using the Processing and a webcam or a set of […]