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Wireless lights

May 20th, 2009

Two groups showed an interest in controlling some lights within objects or on the floor…

so one of these groups I gave the electro-lumeniscent wires, which can be controlled wirelessly with the technology I developed for Schwelle II originally.
A report of that work can be found here, a blog I had completely forgotten about, until just recently I came a across it when looking through old bookmarks… and then today I remembered to look at it to figure out how to use the MOSFET, that I needed to help out on the other project, to control a bunch of LEDs with one of the sensor nodes.
This I got working by using the same serial protocol as used for the matrix of lights in Chronotopia. We’ll have to test out how this protocol performs when all the sensor nodes are sending data, in case they might by chance create a valid control message, but it should be quite solid, I think…

New version of Digital Orchestra mapping tools

May 20th, 2009

I’ve released an updated version of the Digital Orchestra mapping tools, which fixes a bug when trying to save. Download it here:

http://www.idmil.org/software/mappingtools

Author: Joe Malloch Categories: Resources Tags: ,

dn.node

May 18th, 2009

Sorry for introducing yet another tool for accessing the DataNetwork, but… it’s easy - trust me :)

This afternoon Brett and I made a Max abstraction called dn.node, which is now included as part of Harry’s DataNetwork tools. This one might be particularly useful for those of you who are fairly new to Max/MSP; basically you just insert the object in your patch with the node number (or numbers) as arguments, and the data starts flowing. There is no second step.

Check out the included help patch to see more. Unfortunately I won’t be around tomorrow since I have to spend the day teaching children about digital musical instruments for CIRMMT, but Brett can help you if you have any questions.

download here: DataNetwork tools

Author: Joe Malloch Categories: Data, Progress, Resources Tags: , , ,

New Digital Musical Instruments: Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard

May 17th, 2009

New Digital Musical Instruments:Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard

This book was mentioned on the first day of the workshop:

Eduardo Reck Miranda (University of Plymouth) and Marcelo M. Wanderley (McGill University)

This textbook is an attempt at documenting developments related to novel gestural controllers and digital musical instruments with a view to informing researchers and musicians interested in designing new musical interfaces with control and interaction beyond the keyboard paradigm.

Our approach is to provide an overview of various developments on the design of novel gestural controllers, with various references to the literature on the subject. By following this approach, we hope to provide readers with a context to help them understand and compare the advantages and drawbacks of these interfaces, as well as tips to their design.

Author: Joe Malloch Categories: Resources Tags:

Sonification

May 16th, 2009

Some papers on sonification by Alberto de Campo and colleagues:

Toward a data sonification design space map

Analysing Time Series Data

Generally, the International Community for Auditory Display (ICAD) has a lot of interesting papers on audification and sonification.

Author: marije Categories: Resources Tags: , ,

SensorWiki.org

May 11th, 2009

www.sensorwiki.org

The aim of this project is to provide a thorough review of the main types of sensing technologies used in musical applications. As new sensing technologies become available, this open space will provide an up-to-date resource for researchers in the field, complementing information available in books and textbooks such as Trends in Gestural Control of Music (Wanderley and Battier, eds. 2000) and Digital Musical Instruments: Control and Interaction Beyond the Keyboard (Miranda and Wanderley, 2006).

More than 30 techniques are described, along with their sensing principles and examples of actual devices that implement those principles. For each sensing technique, one or more devices are described with information on how to obtain them (links to distributors, prices), as well as photos of the device and necessary setup/conditioning circuits, circuit diagrams, one or more videos showing the devices used in practice, and finally, simulation circuits compatible with the software CircuitMaker.

Author: Joe Malloch Categories: Resources, Sensors Tags: