Archive for the 'processing' Category

What Line is it Anyway? explores the way people interpret an adjective through the simple task of drawing a line. We crowd sourced 1300 people to draw us a line by using Amazon’s Mechanical Turk, which is an amazing platform to get people (called workers) to do a simple task without them knowing the bigger picture or […]

Paper Note creates a tangible waveform from laser cut disks of paper. The user records a message, a sound or loads up music, and the system analyses the sound to map each moment to a corresponding slice. This project was made with Andrew Nip at CIID. We programmed it using Processing. Each Paper Note is […]

Lately, I have been playing around with Processing. This little sketch experiments with ‘polluting’ arrays of pixels depending on the sound level coming in. There is a feedback loop on the sound, and every time the sound gets looped, it’s degraded to a much lower quality. Just a word of warning, the audio and video […]