Posts Tagged: Processing

Using a microphone as an airflow sensor

I was having problems with overseas shipping for some wind sensors so I tried used a cheap microphone as an airflow sensor instead. It sort of works and I am quite proud of it. At first I hooked up the

Using a microphone as an airflow sensor

I was having problems with overseas shipping for some wind sensors so I tried used a cheap microphone as an airflow sensor instead. It sort of works and I am quite proud of it. At first I hooked up the

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Proof of concept: Arduino Ethernet shield

I was asked to do some research on the Arduino Ethernet shield for potential uses in interactive installations. So I spent a couple of days learning about it and creating a proof of concept working prototype that shows a two

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Proof of concept: Arduino Ethernet shield

I was asked to do some research on the Arduino Ethernet shield for potential uses in interactive installations. So I spent a couple of days learning about it and creating a proof of concept working prototype that shows a two

The making of Stop Motion – my thoughts

This project took me the better part of six months. There are about 5000 lines of code. It is also my first commercial project when I was still wet-behind-the-ears after graduating from LASALLE. Because of this project, I gained a

The making of Stop Motion – my thoughts

This project took me the better part of six months. There are about 5000 lines of code. It is also my first commercial project when I was still wet-behind-the-ears after graduating from LASALLE. Because of this project, I gained a

Pacman arcade game for Maker Faire Rome – the making of

I had the good fortune to work on a really fun project for the Maker Faire Rome as part of my freelance stint with Metalworks by Maxus, the creative technology R&D arm of the media buy company. So I would

Pacman arcade game for Maker Faire Rome – the making of

I had the good fortune to work on a really fun project for the Maker Faire Rome as part of my freelance stint with Metalworks by Maxus, the creative technology R&D arm of the media buy company. So I would

‘Fluid Vase’ by Kwok Pan Fung

Beautiful example of how code can be realised in the physical world through 3D printing. This vase takes the form of a 3D freeze  of water in motion captured in a split-second time frame. Description from Vimeo:- Fluid Vase –

‘Fluid Vase’ by Kwok Pan Fung

Beautiful example of how code can be realised in the physical world through 3D printing. This vase takes the form of a 3D freeze  of water in motion captured in a split-second time frame. Description from Vimeo:- Fluid Vase –

Animated gifs using Processing

Stumbled across a cool and inspiring blog on animated gifs (using a combination of Processing, Cinema4D and AfterEffects) while doing visual research for my Kinect project. It is done by Paolo Ceric, 22 yo, from Zagreb, Croatia. Some examples:-

Animated gifs using Processing

Stumbled across a cool and inspiring blog on animated gifs (using a combination of Processing, Cinema4D and AfterEffects) while doing visual research for my Kinect project. It is done by Paolo Ceric, 22 yo, from Zagreb, Croatia. Some examples:-

A new Processing library called Ketai

The open source community is one that I admire and respect greatly. They are made up of techie artists who create free tools and platforms for other artists to use. Members share their works openly and are willing to share

A new Processing library called Ketai

The open source community is one that I admire and respect greatly. They are made up of techie artists who create free tools and platforms for other artists to use. Members share their works openly and are willing to share