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Interactive II - Hip Hop - Teabox

Kamarule

Tuesday, Feb 17, 2015 - 05:34:49 am

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

In this project we extract the Hip Hop elements such as hip-hop music, scratching, b-boying and the gesture as the instruments. These gestures are then programmed to produce specific sound and clip. We recorded ourself beat-beatboxing and some accapella then proceed to put it in our project.

 

Stepping up and down on the touch sensor will produce the main beat Read more →

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DJ Ping Pong Live Demo

wphua002

Friday, Nov 21, 2014 - 04:59:10 am

@ wphua002

Below video show a live demo of our project.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tWRgoC-Feh4&feature=youtu.be

There is still some problem occurring due to the camera auto-exposure adjustment.

Team members: Leong Kah Soon Lester, Kwok Ming Sheng, Phua Wei Jun

Downloadable:

live demo

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Semester Project - Jingle Balls

Chou

Friday, Nov 21, 2014 - 02:48:32 am

@ Ting Chou

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=do4EbJ8x4zM

Kamarul, Chou Yi Ting, Josephine Cheah, Chen Danning

Knowing our semester was going to end near the festive season, we wanted to create a project with a festive concept, making it colourful and musical.

When we began working on our project, we wanted to create an interactive environment. We wanted to immerse a person into a world of movable particles that would Read more →

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Final Project - DJ Ping Pong

wphua002

Friday, Nov 21, 2014 - 02:36:01 am

@ wphua002

Our final project is a multi-screen (3 x 5) display that will play videos when you place ping pong balls into the boxes.

Black ball – start video and sound

Red ball – start recording of 4 counts of 8 (only last column)

You can mix and match to sound to your liking and be a DJ yourself.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=34qilAHfpvo&feature=youtu.be

Project Members: Leong Kah Soon Lester, Read more →

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Semester End Project: Butterfly Effect

Pearlynn

Friday, Nov 21, 2014 - 01:59:20 am

@ Artefactually Lost

http://youtu.be/KjJg2VDGejI

Video download link: https://www.dropbox.com/s/gy3qr9q6i3u6btn/The%20butterfly%20effect.mov?dl=0

The Butterfly Effect

We chose to emulate a classic example of interactive art installation based on motion tracking.

Once a person is detected on camera, there will be projected images of butterflies hovering on the person on screen.

When the person leaves, the butterflies disappears as well.

We call this the Butterfly Effect; that the scientific theory that a single occurence, no matter how Read more →

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Emulation of Echo Temple

wphua002

Thursday, Nov 20, 2014 - 05:09:23 am

@ wphua002

This is the emulation of echo temple.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqvlF9nZozE&index=2&list=UUQBOlJ6dsaOCFKJRXF1ic6A

Done by: Phua Wei Jun, Lester Leong, Kwok Ming Sheng

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Semester End Project: Dissonant Harmony

Faye

Wednesday, Nov 19, 2014 - 05:46:48 pm

@ ylim033

Project: Dissonant Harmony

Original concept post here.

Audience will basically press one of five to six keys (depending on which patch on the computer) from a-h on the keyboard to trigger the sound. (Press z to loop)

The face tracker will then pick up and send the data received from face movement to the sound patch which changes certain aspects of the Read more →

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Final Emulation - iPod Commercial

Kamarule

Monday, Nov 03, 2014 - 02:38:56 pm

@ The Anatomy Of Life & Death

Greetings to the good people of Interactive 1,

Our reference for our Emulation was the classic iPod commercial where there are different people dancing while listening to their iPod through their earpiece. It is a very simple and effect commercial for Apple, showing only their silhouettes and the iPod.

For our emulation project, we aim to achieve the same effect and to Read more →

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this is SOOOO COOL! GREAT JOB OMG OMG *fangirls
like like very cool!
Thank you Vanessa. It is very interactive.
Hello Su Hui, thank you for the comment.
:D a suggestion to make it even more impressive, when there's no movement, why not make the image monochrome?
Good suggestion. That's what Professor Randal suggested also, like changing tone, speed of the music when there are move fast movement for example. Our emulation have any endless possibilities for development.