Category: interactive media art

Processing/Twitter examples

Note: these examples are outdated and have not been tested 2/2014

notes

sending a tweet

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/1152794/sendingTweet.zip

interaction design story

http://www.myrobbie.com/blog/?tag=twitter4j

simple processing twitter

http://robotgrrl.com/blog/2011/02/21/simple-processing-twitter/comment-page-1/#comment-114471

simple tweet processing/python

http://forums.adafruit.com/viewtopic.php?f=25&t=21606

world map

http://www.tyler-johnson.com/Tutorials

Hyemi Song Design lab

http://catsong311.tistory.com/category/Study

 

Twitter mention mood light

Uses Twitter, with Processing and python to control an Arduino mood light

By pdxnat at Instructables

update 11/1/2014 – the instructions have been updated for oauth v1.1 – and there is an example of python code that works with twitter. This would be candidate for building an OSC/Twitter interface for Max.

http://www.instructables.com/id/Twitter-Mention-Mood-Light/?ALLSTEPS

 

 

Chuck

“Strongly-timed, Concurrent, and On-the-fly music programming language.”

At Princeton

http://chuck.cs.princeton.edu/

notes

Stanford Laptop Orchestra on ABC 7 News –

I highly recommend checking out this lecture if you have time. I
found it interesting.

“Lecture by Ge Wang for the Stanford University Human-Computer
Interaction Seminar (CS 547). In the first part of this talk, Ge
presents the design, philosophy, and development of ChucK, a computer
music programming language intending to provide a different approach,
expressiveness, and thinking with respect to time and parallelism in
audio programming – as well as a platform for precise and rapid
experimentation. In the second part of this presentation, Ge describes
his adventures with the “laptop orchestra”: a new type of large-scale,
computer-mediated music ensemble.”

from this lecture, look up PLORK, audicle, chuck chuck rocket, gamelon, spherical speakers, dan trueman

Also here is an app to do live coding: http://audicle.cs.princeton.edu/

Thanks to JosephZ for researching these topics.