Archive for the ‘VVVV’ Category

"Years": Playing wood’s year rings

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

“Years” is an artwork created by Bartholomäus Traubeck that translates wood’s year rings into sound. The record player uses a system  that analyse tree’s years for their strength, thickness and rate of growth. This data are mapped to a scale defined by the overall appearance of the wood and serves as basis for a generative process that outputs piano music. The system is composed by arduino, ps eye, stepper motor for moving the tonearm, vvvv and ableton live, all connected via midiyoke and/or serial.

For more information: http://traubeck.com/years/

“Years”: Playing wood’s year rings

Thursday, May 24th, 2012

“Years” is an artwork created by Bartholomäus Traubeck that translates wood’s year rings into sound. The record player uses a system  that analyse tree’s years for their strength, thickness and rate of growth. This data are mapped to a scale defined by the overall appearance of the wood and serves as basis for a generative process that outputs piano music. The system is composed by arduino, ps eye, stepper motor for moving the tonearm, vvvv and ableton live, all connected via midiyoke and/or serial.

For more information: http://traubeck.com/years/

ArtNet library for Arduino

Thursday, March 8th, 2012

If you’re into interactive lighting  you’ll be familiar with protocols like DMX and ArtNet.

VVVV user “karistouf” has written a piece of code for the  Ethernet shield that allows your Arduino to communicate over an ArtNet network.

Features are:

ArtNet receiver v2: fixed artnet length receiver.

ArtNet sender: you can send artnet data from your device over network, for sensors and buttons this will be easier than all osc or firmata solutions.

enjoy http://bit.ly/xwnsTc

 

 

 

TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010TinkerKit workshop at Node 2010

Friday, November 19th, 2010

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

Today we had the chance to run two short worskhops about VVVV in conjunction with the Tinkerkit.

Leaving aside the usual issues with Windows, we were able to introduce 50 people to the use of Arduino as an extention of VVVV into the physical world.

The tinkerKit gave us the ability to concentrate on using Arduino without teaching anything about electronic, because the modules just connect and work.

here are some pictures of the event,

P.s. here’s the custom version of Firmata that works with VVVV, we found that the version linked from the VVVV wiki doesn’t compile.

This is a drop-in replacement for the firmata folder of your Arduino. (it also contains a new version of firmata that reads the nintendo nunchucks).

These are the patches that Alessandro built to demonstrate the different funcionalities of the kit.

Thanks to MESO, Davide Brull and Joreg

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