Open source flash-based sound sequenzer

I’ve been thinking alot about making a soundbased installation in Adobe Flash, using sensors and switches, and I’ve gotten around to making a few small eksperiments/prototypes as research, which I’m planning to share on this site later. But I also found this old experiment I wrote in Flash 5 (!) and wanted to share it.… Fortsett å lese Open source flash-based sound sequenzer

NOODS AND DOOD!

Rachael & Ruby – With Dead Animals, originally uploaded by merkley???. Merkley??? is worth checking out, I actually had a hard time deciding which photo to blog, there are so many great ones, but I ended up with this one. Check it out.

Lost City of Atlantis: Photos Underwater – Divester

Photo: www.atlantiscaymanbrac.com

Update, 8th of february 2009: The Divester server seem to have lost some of it’s images, so I’m looking around for alternativer sources… Plato spoke of the seaport of Atlantis that the Gods had destroyed when its inhabitants had become corrupt and greedy. Ancient mythology has met with modern day fantasy however, in a visionary… Fortsett å lese Lost City of Atlantis: Photos Underwater – Divester

AndreaMosaic

AndreaMosaic Home Page With this freeware program you can create your own photomosaics made with your own pictures. A photo-mosaic is a mosaic where every tile is a photograph and not just a simple colored piece.

PITARU – Sonic wire scultpture

PITARU Description At its simplest form SonicWireSculptor is a novel 3D drawing tool and a unique musical instrument, but perhaps most important – its just fun to play with. The project started out as a personal instrument for Pitaru to perform on. During concerts, audience members often inquired whether they could experience the tool first… Fortsett å lese PITARU – Sonic wire scultpture

Michael Wolf, Hong Kong population density

MICHAEL WOLF | PHOTOGRAPHY | HONGKONG One of the most densely populated metropolitan areas in the world, Hong Kong has an overall density of nearly 6,700 people per square kilometer. The majority of its citizens live in flats in high-rise buildings. In Architecture of Density, Wolf investigates these vibrant city blocks, finding a mesmerizing abstraction… Fortsett å lese Michael Wolf, Hong Kong population density