Coinciding with Arduino Day 2014 Codasign and Furtherfield are organising a showcase of projects at Furtherfield Commons. Below is a list of projects that will be showcased!
Saturday 29 March 2014, 2.30 - 5PM
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|Soulsby Atmegatron by Paul Soulsby|
The Atmegatron, a new 8-bit monosynth, is an electronic musician's dream, combining the sounds of 1980s home computers with the flexibility and power of a modern synthesizer.
|Heartrate turn timer by Cliff Hammett|
Developed as part of a set of temporally disrupted chess variants, this timer replaces the normal turn mechanism with one determined by the player's heartrate.
|Deep Media Ecologies (DM001) by Olga P Massanet & Vincent Van Uffelen|
DM001 is a communication device that allows two people to have a “non-verbal conversation” by simply siting in front of each other and sharing their Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) fluctuations.
|Bio-sensory Device by Emilie Giles & Alexandra Joensson |
The Bio-sensory Device is a Galvanic Skin Response (GSR) sensor connected to an Arduino, a simple circuit and a set of simple code to decide relations between the sensor input and the sound output.
|Critical by Anabela Costa - TBC|
LIVING ART _ Installation - interactive - behavioral. About complexity and critical states. Using the representation of movement - Animation - as its main asset.
|sensors-muxdmux-earz2u-w/lifi by Leif Brush|
Four monitoring A/D sources: TREE, WINDINCH, BOXKITE and HELIUM BALLOON. Conceptually, these would be physically identified and eventually streamed as collated events and would serve as catalysts and conduits for and effort to re-contextualize Earth's wave and vibration "sound tracks."
|Shoal by Stewart Davies|
A mesmerising light show of fishes on sticks