[June 11] Birdsong Mimic Workshop: Mobile App to Installation Space by Max Kazemzadeh

This Birdsong Mimic Workshop introduces attendees to the overall structure for building and connecting interactive mobile apps, using the Ketai and Cassette Libraries, via a web server to automatically generate realtime kinetic events in an interactive installation anywhere in the world via Processing and Arduino. This investigation in ubiquitous computing, … Continue reading

[Mar 20] Physical Computing with Max/MSP and Arduino by Sam Tarakajian

In this workshop, we’ll look at how to get data from physical sensors into Max, and we’ll investigate techniques for working with that data in an organized way. Topics include voltage dividing sensors, building simple circuits, understanding the Arduino language, using Open Sound Control to send messages between applications, simple machine learning with … Continue reading