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Registered since 16/07/07
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Website http://www.klj3.com
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This is a list of contributions to the website made by user klj3. Every revision of a content type created will show up seperately here.

This is a list of contributions to the website made by user klj3. Every revision of a content type created will show up seperately here.

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How to stop audio... Forum Post 2 years 40 weeks ago
geolocation with Chrome... Alpha Forum Post 3 years 13 weeks ago
How do I get VVVV to... Forum Post 3 years 19 weeks ago
Re: How do I get VVVV to... Forum Reply 3 years 19 weeks ago
Re: How do I get VVVV to... Forum Reply 3 years 19 weeks ago
Re: How do I get VVVV to... Forum Reply 3 years 19 weeks ago
re: RegExpr Syntax Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: RegExpr Syntax Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: RegExpr Syntax Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: RegExpr Syntax Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: RegExpr Syntax Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
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re: Recursive Download Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: Recursive Download Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
RegExpr Syntax Forum Post 6 years 28 weeks ago
re: Recursive Download Forum Reply 6 years 28 weeks ago
Recursive Download Forum Post 6 years 28 weeks ago

This is a list of contributions to the website made by user klj3. Every revision of a content type created will show up seperately here.

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shout by klj3 Blog Post 3 years 19 weeks ago
shout by klj3 Blog Post 4 years 4 weeks ago
shout by klj3 Blog Post 4 years 5 weeks ago
House Party -... Blog Post 9 years 21 weeks ago

This is a list of contributions to the website made by user klj3. Every revision of a content type created will show up seperately here.


Projects

House Party - Interactive Narrative/Audio Installation

House Party is an interactive installation that uses the intuitive interface of a traditional dolls house, albeit with anthropomorphized characters, to explore a narrative with multiple plot threads. By placing characters face to face spectators can listen into conversations in order to navigate the story and find out more information about events.

Inspired by the techniques of Victorian ‘Ingénieurs’ (the engineers behind magicians)and the imagery of contemporary Japanese designers such as Nagi Noda, the artist created a piece that augments the computer with the internal mechanics of a modern illusory toy. An exploration of author Arthur C. Clarke's third law, any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic.

The installation uses the fidicial tracking patch developed by the Reactable team in 2003 to create their collaborative electronic music instrument. A webcam set in the hollow plinth of the installation points up, looking through the perspex floor of the dolls house tracking fidicial markers placed on the bases of characters. This allows VVVV to determine the x and y postions of characters as well as their orientation.

VVVV passes these values to Adobe Director through the OSC encoder to the OSCXtra plugin. Depending on characters orientation and distances from one another different audio clips are triggered giving the effect of conversations between the House Party guests.

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Shoutbox

~51min ago

LineKernel: @evvvvil yes exactly what i was looking for.I had forgot the name, that's what happened when you dont use v4 for many years

~53min ago

evvvvil: @linekernel: plug your lfo into waveshaper with "shape pin" as SINE. Or ask your old lady to count from 0 to 1 with a smooth voice

~1h ago

LineKernel: dont remember in what i should put lfo to get something oscillating like sin instead of saw ?

~21h ago

metrowave: @elektro, very fresh! love it.

~2d ago

everyoneishappy: @ele that's very nice indeed

~2d ago

elektromeier: thanks! the markers are not really invisible, you can see them easily if you want but they are pretty unobtrusive.

~2d ago

vasilis: @elektromeier Amazing!! Keep up the good work

~2d ago

moco: @elektromeier nice one! are you using invisible IR markers?