[H&R] Processing and Arduino in Tandem: Video Mixer and Audio Visualizer
jonmitten at gmail.com
Thu Jan 27 14:17:32 PST 2011
I saw your course promoted in my new Make magazine. Dude, you're famous!
On Thu, Jan 27, 2011 at 2:15 PM, Joseph Gray <josephgray at grauwald.com>wrote:
> I'm teaching two new classes for O'Reilly at CreativeLive, building off the
> original 5 session course Processing and Arduino in Tandem.
> These new classes are also about coding interactive motion graphics in
> Processing with an Arduino-based physical controller. One is on how to
> code-up a video mixer, providing an example of how to work with video in
> Processing to create a stand-alone application for visual performance.
> The other is on how to analyze an audio stream for controlling visuals
> using the Minim library. The software created during this class will build
> off of the video mixer, adding live audio as an additional control data
> These courses are free while they are being broadcast from CreativeLive in
> Seattle. The video mixer class is on February 25, 2011 at 10 a.m. (PST) and
> the audio visualizer class will be on March 11, 2011 at 10 a.m. (PST).
> These are recorded and edited into video download packages for purchase and
> are bundled with detailed slides, source code and tip sheets. Source code
> will be available to follow along with the free live broadcasts as well.
> Both pieces of software use the projBox as an example of a custom physical
> computing interface controlling custom software. You can build your own
> projBox variant from parts (and a little ingenuity) following the
> instructions here:
> I've also developed a kit that is available for purchase (now on Maker
> Shed!) with all the parts necessary to follow those assembly instructions.
> The projBox kits are "craft manufactured" at Metrix:Create Space in
> Seattle. They are aimed at those new to electronics interested in learning,
> from example, how to create a finished project with Arduino and integrate it
> with their own custom code. The kit is available at:
> Hope you can attend, and/or if you know someone who may be interested
> please forward this along!
> Joseph Gray
> Harvard & Roy Arts Council
> list options:
jonmitten at gmail.com
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