Tag: openFrameworks

  • Introducing kontrolr (22 Sep 2013)
    kontrolr (stylized with a lower case ‘k’) is an iOS MIDI controller application. Physically, kontrolr sends MIDI data to a device via the Lightning-USB Camera Adapter1 and a USB-MIDI cable2. MIDI data has the benefit over OSC that firstly no network connection is needed, hence no router and dependency on wireless transmissions, and secondly, that no OSC to MIDI program (i.e. OSCulator3) is necessary for controlling DAWs (Digital Audio Workstations), again removing a potential layer of error.

  • blockNect (24 Feb 2012)
    blockNect is an multi-purpose interactive interface, realized using Microsoft’s Kinect camera and computer vision, developed along with Thibault Lelievre and Philo van Kemenade as the group Computer Vision assignment for Parag Mital as part of Workshops in Creative Coding 2. Colored blocks are placed on an arbitrary sized chess board, where the block’s can be manipulated by the user. Each color block corresponds to a separate entity, while stacked blocks merge together to form single blocks. This affords the user three separate degrees of freedom; x, y-coordinates and height. This was realized as an eight-step sequencer where different colored blocks would relate to different instrumentation (such as drums, keyboard, bass), and the height to volume.

  • Fractal Flame (16 Dec 2011)

  • Shapes (30 Nov 2011)