Now the project is over and everyone comes back home.
For the final word we wish to thank some particular people :
- Rudi Giot for his support, his ideas and his help during all the week;
- Roald Baudoux for his work with Kyma without whom we would not have obtained a sufficient sound result;
- Gregory Aerts for his work done for catching and analysing the internet radio streaming;
- Lionel Lawson for his help about OpenInterface Workbench and for the time he has voluntarily granted to us;
- All the organisation from ISIB and IP for the great job accomplished during all week;
- And all the people that we would have forgotten without whom our project would not have resulted in a so short time.
Thank you all !
Here are the slides used for our presentation at IMAL.
Here is the OpenInterface “code” used for the demonstration (click to zoom) :
Here are the source codes of :
Yesterday, we finalized the scheme in OpenInterface we implemented to get the heartbeat out of the HRMI. Why did we have to finalize it? The HRMI sent out three kinds of data: Status, time and the heartbeat. We only need the heartbeat to send it to Kyma. We solved the problem by implementing two additional objects: ParameterListToArry and ParameterListFromArray. By selecting the right parameter, we can obtain the heartbeat without the other overhead. In the following days, we will test the different parameters to modify the sound (heartbeat, emotiv epoc and real-time streaming) and we will begin working out our presentation for Tuesday.
Today was made an analysis of various sounds with the aim of morphs them into a new sound with possibility of modifying various parameters.
Yesterday we worked as well on the project poster which will be presented on febuary 07/2012 together with our interactive sound-installation. It contains a project description as well as the sensors we are going to use and the work-around of the different components.
You can see the poster large-scaled on our project-side.