Oboe & Firepit excerpt
One example of what can be done with the wonderful and free program Pure Data which I will introduce in our next Creative Code 101 session

Some of the fun we had in my Kinect and Processing session at ITP Camp at NYU. 

Skitter Flutter runs through June 24 at Seed Space, 427 Chestnut St, Nashville TN

interactive acoustic sound sculpture created with motors, corrugated tubes sensors and an Arduino. 

Patrick Becker and Steve Ghertner helped me bring this to fruition. We are all members of the Middle Tennessee Robotic Arts Society.

more info is here

http://skitterflutter.robbiehunsinger.com

intense day of robotics & music

Engineering Day at The Adventure Science Center in Nashville was pretty great. Kids love the kinect skeletons and facial interaction and I met two young women who had impressive robotics projects to show. Patrick Becker from Middle Tennessee Robotics built a robot from scratch in 3 hours and many other great builds were on hand including 3 3D printers from Hacker Consortium folks.  Then to Blair tonight for an amazing recital with Eric Owens and Warren Jones. Incredibly expressive performance of powerful chamber music. The use of vocal color was astounding and potent. A full day of inspiration from Nashville, TN.

The latest interaction out of my studio- xbox kinect reading gestures through a great free program called Synapse, run into Max & Jitter to control the video. It’s the beginning of a larger interactive installation project. 

oldboychoi:

abbyjean:

Filmmaker Ian Cheney came to New York in 2009 realizing how difficult it was to have a place to grow food. So he planted his mini farm in his old Dodge and the Truck Farm was born! (via The Pop-Up City)

a raised bed garden in the back of a pickup.

oldboychoi:

abbyjean:

Filmmaker Ian Cheney came to New York in 2009 realizing how difficult it was to have a place to grow food. So he planted his mini farm in his old Dodge and the Truck Farm was born! (via The Pop-Up City)

a raised bed garden in the back of a pickup.

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