Revenge of Left Shark is an interactive rhythm and dance game. In other words, DDR with your hands. The game uses computer vision to place the player on the beach, supply visual cues and provide real-time scoring information.
Here is the game being demo’d at
ITP’s 2018 Spring Show by one of my heroes: Dan Shiffman
700+ lines of code later, a simple game has been fully created from what was once a tiny idea.
This project was made in collaboration with
Gabriel Brasil. GitHub Repo here.
Continue reading Revenge of Left Shark
Spring and summer are around the corner! To celebrate, I made a pixel manipulation tool for chromakeying in certain colors.
Code can be found . Music: California Girls by Katy Perry. here Continue reading Beachball Chromakeying
Experimenting with moiré patterns, light and color in processing. Based on code from OpenProcessing. Full code here and below.
Continue reading Moiré patterns – rainbow sphere
I performed a short A/V experience for my class yesterday using the Max patch
I am so sorry (in advance) to everyone for my off-pitch ad-lib singing.
Music: ‘Put me thru’ by Anderson. Paak
Before landing on
Planet Music, a spaceman traveled a great distance in response to the musical phenomenon. Along the way he met and grooved with super-saiyan by the name of Will Hallet.
Copyright to Swedish House Mafia and Virgin / EMI for the song
Continue reading (Welcome to) Planet Music
Planet Music is a
sound visualizer on the moon! The current version has a set playlist of 6 songs that can be activated with the media player buttons. The space scene reacts to the sound using a fast Fourier transform (FFT). Here is a sample video:
Try it for yourself here ( Notes: please allow ~20 seconds to load. Currently not optimized for mobile)
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In case you haven’t noticed: I. Love. To. Decorate. This week I made and decorated an enclosure for a speaker.
Continue reading ‘Speaky the speaker’ finds a new home
My partner Rebecca (above) and I teamed up to make this stop motion animation. A big thanks to her for the great posture and posing.
Continue reading Bortal (aka Ball Portal) — Stop-Motion Animation