(The Meandering Mind)
Line 78: Line 78:
 
-----
 
-----
 
== The Meandering Mind ==
 
== The Meandering Mind ==
 +
 +
[[File:Motiongram_Explorer.png|thumb|left|Martin Schneider: [https://github.com/bitcraftlab/motion-maps/ MotionGram Explorer]]]
 +
 +
<br style="clear:both;">
  
 
=== About ===
 
=== About ===
 
In this lecture we will have look at electric, mechanic, and biological systems and how their trajectories can be analyzed
 
In this lecture we will have look at electric, mechanic, and biological systems and how their trajectories can be analyzed
using data visualisation and sonification
+
using data visualisation and sonification.
  
 
=== Goals ===
 
=== Goals ===

Revision as of 21:51, 16 September 2016

Meandering Media


Meandering Sound

Martin Schneider: Vignette Explorer (2010)


About

In this lecture we will look at sound signals as meandering curves in time.

  • Mathematical Functions — in the 1st part, we will learn how to create curves using mathematical functions.
  • Curves of Sound — in the 2nd part, we will learn how to make audible curves in time and space.

Goals

  • Basics of mathematical functions
  • Polar coordinates
  • Harmonic synthesizer
  • Sound synthesis in Processing

Literature

Code

Art

Links


Meandering Video

Woody Wasulka & Brian O'Reilly: Scan Processor Studies


About

In this lecture will consider look at video signals as meandering curves through space and time.

Goals

  • video recording technology
  • introduction to video art
  • scan line algorithms
  • functional video transformations
  • processing videos with Processing

Literature

Art

Code


The Meandering Mind


About

In this lecture we will have look at electric, mechanic, and biological systems and how their trajectories can be analyzed using data visualisation and sonification.

Goals

  • motiongrams and motionmaps
  • working with EEG, EKG, EMG data
  • quantified self

Literature

Here's some literature that may be relevant for students taking the project module of Ursula Damm: