You may have heard classic tunes recreated on barely functional pieces of electronics before, but this is a really impressive effort.
All made using:
a. HP Scanjet 3P, Adaptec SCSI card and a computer powered by Ubuntu v9.10 OS as the Vocals. (hey, the scanner is old)
b. Atari 800XL with an EiCO Oscilloscope as the Organ
c. Texas instrument Ti-99/4A with a Tektronix Oscilloscope as the Guitar
d. Hard-drive powered by a PiC16F84A microcontroller as the bass drum and cymbal
I quite like this as well.
Daft Punk Derezzed (from the Tron Soundtrack) performed on 5 Hard Drives.
Google Street View stop motion animation short made as a personal project by director Tom Jenkins.
‘A Study Of Time’ by rAndom International 2011 from rAndom International on Vimeo.
A gorgeous installation that uses light, it’s presence and it’s absence, as a medium for the representation of time.
A vividly illuminated autonomous algorithm magically reveals the time of the day, re-imagining the principle of telling time from falling shadows as a contemporary light installation.
Vitro conceived this video wall as part of its campaign for the New York City Marathon.
It shows long distance runner Ryan Hall running at marathon speed across a tunnel in NYC’s Columbus Circle subway station – and challenges the public to keep up.
Lets just say the pace is pretty quick….
Your head, tracked via the webcam using face-tracking software, is used as an input which allows for different experiences.
Lots of potentially interesting applications.
The Video Coat is a 60″ LED video display built onto a lab coat.
Avert your eyes. David OReilly has a new animation.