Posts Tagged ‘vimeo’

If you’re into DIY and got an Arduino board, why not try to make the FOF/granular based Auduino synth in this video?

Instructions are here

Here’s another example, using the stylus controller from the Gakken SX-150 synth kit:

This is a video from an interactive installation made by Emily Gobeille and Theodore Watson. The software is made with openFrameworks. Participants can interact with the sonic ecosystem by speaking into a microphone. It’s very beautiful. More pictures here and here

touch_listen_synth

The touch.listen.synth must be inspired by the cracklebox, but it’s capable of creating more complex sounds. And it’s got an audio output. Cool thing!

More pictures here

The new ArsElectronica center in Linz, Austria is covered in 1085 led windows. The programming for the led windows is done with openFrameworks, programmed by Zachary Lieberman, Joel Gethin Lewis and Damian Stewart. Zachary Lieberman is one of the developers of OF.

This short animated film is actually a student project by Reza Dolatabadi. He’s made it together with Mark Szalos Farkas (story), Adam Thomson (animation). Music by Hamed Mafakheri. The film has won several prizes:

  • Winner of the Best Animation Canary Wharf Film Festival (London) Aug, 2008
  • Winner of the Best Student Animation Flip Festival (Birmingham) 2008
  • Winner of the Best Student Animation, Royal Television Society Award, Scotland (rts) 2009
  • Official selection for the “Best Short Film Program” at Waterford Film Festival (Ireland) November 2008

Reza Dolatabadi’s site: http://www.rezaart.com/
The film’s place on Vimeo

This cool baby has already started to play synth, and he’s so into it he didn’t have time to put on his pants!