Image/ine is a Macintosh program developed by Tom Demeyer and Steina Vasulka in the late 90′s that allows a user to manipulate visual source material in a live performance environment.…
junXion © Lite is a low-cost limited feature version of junXion that may be just enough to accomplish the sensor and HID interaction that you’re looking for.
Make your own touchable sound instruments and interactive electronics. Based on the playful and unpredictable circuitry of the original Cracklebox, the Crackle Pack is a DIY electronics kit specially tuned to produce sound by “circuit bending” through direct touch.
Welcome to the world of Crackle. Michel Waisvisz designed and built the very first Crackle circuit in the late 60ties together with Geert Hamelberg. This was simply a wooden frame…
LiSa X © is sound manipulation software ultimately designed for live sonic performance. LiSa’s functionality is centered around creating a sound field in the computer, where the performer can record and manipulate multiple sound streams on the fly.
junXion is an application for connecting sensors, joysticks, OSC, Audio, Arduino, and camera devices up to your computer for control over sound and visuals. junXion can process ‘sensors’ from most sources using conditional processing and remapping, with MIDI or OSC events as its output. This resulting MIDI or OSC data is then available to any software that runs on that Mac or can be send to external MIDI/OSC devices.
The Lick Machine © (or Midi Performance Machine) allows the artist to use Midi controllers to conduct an electronic orchestra through completely controllable sequences. The program uses so called performance setups, in which you trigger and ‘drive’ a group of prerecorded sequences, the so called ‘Licks’. With a single key from a Midi keyboard a complex series of musical events can be triggered, i.e. a ‘Lick’.
Sensorlab, junXionboard, Image/ine, BigEye, and the Lick Machine