Explore interactive displays and demonstrations on the Institute’s Herzstein Plaza. Discover convergent technologies, augmented instruments, touch sensitive interfaces, robots, circuit DIY, and transmedia and after Saturday’s concert, an after party featuring David DeMaris aka Dr. Strangevibe.
Throughout the event visitors will be able to interact and test a wide range of music making, creating, recording, and control. With lower priced software creating major impact on the creation of music, we now see gesture-based computing opening the door further with a new breed of applications available, even on mainstream devices such as the iPhone and Wii.
Expect to see the latest from companies offering everything from cutting-edge instruments, music cloud apps, MIDI interfaces to mash-up studios.
Bringing you analog audio and visuals interact for the synaesthetic betterment of humankind.
Livid Instruments will be providing an interactive station for attendees to interact and play with their instruments to create music and mix visuals. They will be on hand to show how their line of Do It Yourself MIDI instrument building devices can be used to create your very own interactive device
In the lower chapel, Thomas Fang will present an ambient electronic sound installation composed using both vintage analog synthesizers and modern software.
A mobile stop motion creation table created by Johnny Villarreal. Easily create your own stop motion video using the innovative software and workspace. Creators can save their videos and later watch them at theedgeofimaginationstation.com.
Light painting is a unique, interactive and collaborative art experience. Discover the magical nature of long-exposure photography using a digital camera and multiple light-painting techniques. Light sources can include flashlights, glow sticks, light sabers, or anything else that illuminates. Participants experiment in creating their own photographs available for online viewing or on-site printing.