During the last weekend i played around with an inkpen and photoshop to find a way for my girlfriend to create seamless patterns. The result was astonishing, and i additionally tried to find a way to achieve the same effect here on my website. Finally i succeded, and the result can be seen by just clicking on the patterns.
Archive for the ‘Interaction’ Category
Once again from my little desktop wonder Waldorf Blofeld. That really neat little synth that looks so good when standing side by side with other stylish stuff on my desk. Maybe i will post a photo of it with the next sound. Meanwhile there is a sound preview to listen to:
And here is another sampled instrument for Kontakt sampler. This time i sampled my little Waldorf Blofeld Synthesizer. It is something between a guitar and a string synthesizer overloaded with some distortion:
“The Sandpit” is a day in the life of New York, seen as miniature. The creator of the video, Sam O’Hare, has won an Ars Electronica Award of Distinction with that video, alongside some other prices on film festivals around the world.
Tags: Architecture, Physical Computing
A quick note before leaving to the mountains: Swiss architects Gramazio & Kohler and Raffaello d’Andrea built a wall with flying robots:
There sure is more to say about, but right now i just think it’s a great example for the adventures of physical computing.
A great installation, called a “laser sculpture”. It shows, according to the description, a snail that runs through a cultural evolutionary process. Inventing the wheel. Walking. And so on.
After i missed to post a sound last week, this week there is a new one. Quite simple again, a bouncey tom-bell mixture with a stronge electronic taste.
this Tuesday. But not yet, Tuesday is not over. So here it is, this time the preview comes with some Delay and Reverb added, to make it a bit smoother, and because i liked what it did to the sound. Listen!
A little christmas present for computer musicians. It’s another quite simple sound, reminds me of knocking on some wooden blocks or bricks. Could be useful for some percussion lines, or for small melodies. Just created a small Demo: