Archive for December, 2006

VASC has turned out to be more than I had expected. It is a controller for video and sound/music through movement in space via video tracking, but the incorporation of the video existing and moving in three dimensional space was an added fun bonus. There are three sets of sounds: the first sounds produced are […]

Now includes an overlayed base-rate and a Max Patch component. Press the button on the front to start the base rate/ resting rate sound and LEDs to know how far from rest your pulse is – press it again to raise the rate and work to match it: goal rate. This can be raise three […]

Here it is: a box, yes, ladies and gentlemen, a box that can read your pulse and displays it visually as well as auditory. All of this in one simple box. The wireless aspect is still to come, this is the 1.0 version – wired. Look for the 2.0 wireless version next Xmas. top view: […]

here is a random screen shot of my ICM final: small quick-time operated by video tracking a person or part there of moving in space. the wave form shown on the screen corespond to the sounds produced based on the location in the field, thus lower sounds produce waveform near the bottom of the screen, […]

After much testing and frustration, from hacking a Polar sport wireless heart rate monitor to a Tanita health monitor, i’ve come back to DIY . Hacking can be more pain than its worth. So I’ve strung together an IR emitter/detector with two resistors with a little help from my friends at these are attached […]