This page includes work for an independent study with Zach Lieberman.
Sound Controlled Glitch
Used OpenFrameworks to map volume and pitch to an image. As sound is louder and more layered with pitches, the greater the glitch. When the pitch is focused and the volume is lower, the glitch stabilizes.
In a group of fellow classmates, we documented ourselves moving across the screen with a light panel. We combined sin/cos waves according to our heights and set each wave to an equivalent pitch. Mad props to Jorge for the video.
Made a modeling tool to explain the concept of oscillation to a total stranger. The tool works with one or two players, my subjects being two older ladies in a local laundromat.
Make the smallest and biggest image within legal constraints. I made a heart out of thread viewable through a magnifying glass, and tried a few ways to make an image touch the sky.
Make the softest and loudest sound within legal constraints. I did pin tapping and dropped kitchenware out of the top floor of my apartment building.
Bubble Wrap Vision