Two sets of headphone plus microphone exchange their sonic environemnt. Wireless.
Frank mostly does his own sensor controllers. Here I just helped him to connect it to a wireless Eobody interface.
A frame without picture, but with sound. Controlled by a radar sensor.
Tracking a balloon that carries trumpet players as well as sensors, transmitting information to a server that drives a set of MIDI sound modules, all wireless.
Decided to base the sensor system on Cypress’ PSoC architecture to explore the possibilities regarding its configurable analog subsystem. For now I’m using it to control the gain of the second stage GSR amplification.
Regarding wireless transmission we settled on WLAN and chose a Matchport module from Lantronix.
The cables you see in the picture clip onto standard electrodes.
The eMotion project aims to analyse the experience of museum visitors by tracking their position as well as biometric parameters.
My contribution will be a wireless GSR sensor to measure skin resistance and heart rate, while tracking will be accomplished by ubisense UWB tags.
The team includes psychologists, sociologists, researchers in art theory and visitor studies, musicians, artists, programmers, and designers.
Controller based on a Bluetooth Arduino. Measures Rotation, Pressure, and Tilt.
Virtual 3D Audio Space navigated by visitors wearing headphones with ultrasound localization system.
A wireless remote controller for Lawrence Casserley’s performance setup in his Colourscape events. Built around a modded PowerBook with a touchscreen, Penny&Giles E-Belts and two-way wireless MIDI.