A small experiment about Arduino & Processing :)
I divided the square into four parts, and set up a circle with freely variable position parameters in each part, and used LDR to control the size of the circle. I want to study what patterns it can form as the light changes.
Digital Tilt Sensor
Video link: https://vimeo.com/551549381
What can we hear if the ears are on the feet? The inspiration for this project came from previous park practices. I found that the park is made up of different sounds. When I walked on different grounds, I could hear different sounds, so I recorded these sounds. When the microphone is close to the ground, the sound of walking can be heard more clearly, which is different from the sound we usually hear
People will produce different sounds when they walk on different undergrounds. I want to use the sound sensor to detect and distinguish these different sounds. But during the test, I found that It can only detect the value of the sound but cannot identify different sounds.
I want to express the sound produced by the interaction between humans and nature in the form of images, so that people can intuitively see the changes in the sound produced when walking.
———— Midterm Presentation ————
I attached the sound sensor to the clip with a rubber band and then attached it to the shoe. The Arduino is attached to the ankle so that the sound sensor can pick up the sounds made by people walking.
- The graphic size is a bit small;
- The generated patterns are irregular;
- Can't collect sound well, easy to be disturbed by the outside world;
- The circle will not disappear gradually;
———— Final Presentation ————
I chose four scenes in Ilm Park, grass, gravel road, wooden bridge and flowing water. The colors representing the four scenes were selected separately, so that people can better feel the different sounds.
Video Link: https://vimeo.com/578368821