Cycles - Martin Messier
Installation for exhibitions
What does it mean to have a brain?
Dynamic Piece with physical stimuli
Arduino, electroencephalogram, Max/MSP, Open Sound Control, motors, micro-vibrators, gyroscope, digital signal processing
A dynamic piece that, using an electroencephalogram equipped with a gyroscope, responds to the subject's brainwaves, certain facial muscles, and head position. Based on the collected data, the piece arranged in Max/MSP will modify its structure and engage in certain physical stimuli through micro-vibrators, "slappers" on the calves, and LED lights.
ELEKTRA /MATERIA - TEXTUROLOGIES : PRATIQUE EXPÉRIMENTALE DU SKATEBOARD
Pop-up exposition at Place-des-Arts, Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Presented at Elektra/Materia Festival
Open Sound Control, Max/MSP
Sound design, Max/MSP patch programming for interactive audio based on skateboard movement, network management for OSC signals.
For this project, it was necessary to conceive and assemble an exhibition in three days based on the sonic textures that the skateboard contributes. The performance consists of two components.
The first component involved creating a percussive rhythm using live recordings of the skateboard.
The second component, using a second skateboard, utilized the angular velocity on the skateboard's Z-axis to control the audio.
Glove DIY for real-time sonic manipulations