All posts tagged: supercollider

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Cube with Magic Ribbons by Simon Katan – oF and SuperCollider

The following clip is a preview Simon Katan’s new composition tool for live performance Cube with Magic Ribbons created using openFrameworks and SuperCollider. Simon describes the piece as partly drawing on the visual paradoxes of M.C.Escher but also being inspired by the impossible spaces found in the two dimensional graphics of early computer games such as Asteroids […]

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Voyagers [openFrameworks]

Created by The Light Surgeons for the National Maritime Museum in London, the installation “Voyagers” engages with England’s long standing relationship to the sea, featuring thematic images and film from the museum’s collection animated atop a continually flowing ocean of typography across an abstract wave shaped structure. Together with a number of other projects, the […]

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SuperCollider GUI Design Project [News, Sound]

The SuperCollider development community invites graphic designers and UI specialists to create a unique and elegant look for its GUI controls (buttons, sliders, knobs, etc.)  Visual coherency of the interface elements is essential for making a good first impression for any Open Source project and for day to day work an elegant and uniform look […]

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The Sound of eBay [WebApp]

The eBay-Generator is an application that translates data from arbitrary eBay useraccounts into little music pieces. A first prototype – using the South American eBay- clone Mercadolibre – was presented in September 2007. Leading on from this first version comes the new eBay-Generator, which produces “songs” on request which are then published at http://www.Sound-of-eBay.com. The […]