Hi to everybody...I´m a PhD researcher and I´m starting to make a map of the most representative projects. since the begining.Do you know if there´s already anything like that available somewhere?Cheers:JavierSee More
I see you already use PD - which is what I was going to suggest - but I am not too familiar with it, so I don't know if it has video processing capabilities. Another thing to check out is eyesweb. It's more visually based but you might be able to use it to control sound (it's also free). The last suggestion I have is (if you haven't done it yet and you have some time to play) is to try the free trial with Max/MSP. Once your trial is up, you can still run any patches you've made during your free trial, but you won't be able to edit them. This will pretty much give you 30 days to figure it out..which is where time will come in handy :) Max can definitely do what you want. I don't know if you know about the deal through dance-tech.net.... but if you want to keep playing with controlling sound through movement in the future and have a few extra dollars, you can get the student discount on Max/MSP by being a member of dance-tech.net. I think this is pretty cool. I hope this helps. Good luck with your project.
as for your question, i used to have my personal myspace profile, urgh... i think... but i'm not working on more on it... coz i'm more oriented now to my blog and i have way too many accounts on web (sometimes i'm sick of it :)))
p.s. i have only profile of my NGO: Free Fall Artisans
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