By Blair Neal
Painting in Max/MSP with various brush styles.
By Nesa Popov
The brush styles are contained in the frames of a Quicktime movie.
Also see “Harmony drawing App” http://reactivemusic.net/?p=3806
This patch was copied from the Cycling74 forum and is distributed without permission of the author.
Various methods of separating foreground from background.
Making Connections, Camera data (Max)
By Andrew Benson
By Jean-Marc Pelletier
Extract edge pixels from a binary image
Isolate a single connected component from a binary image
Kinect (depth camera)
by Ryan Challinor
(Using jit.synapse from: http://synapsekinect.tumblr.com/post/6307752257/maxmsp-jitter – Can you find the sock monkey?)
A soundscape that responds to color.
By Helen Trevillion
The Max patch is not available. From the video it appears that many channels of sound are playing concurrently. Color values are assigned to faders for each channel.
Adaptation of work by Camille Utterback.
By Golan Levin
By Amnon Owed
Update 4/4/2015 : I was not able to get the source code to run. Its no longer supported by the author. There have been various attempts to update: https://github.com/msp/CANKinectPhysics
Real time music visualizers using OpenGL.
How to connect a new computer to an old Television
Connect a VGA adapter to the Macbook DVI (Thunderbolt) port.
Connect a VGA cable from the adapter to a PC-to-TV adapter. This converts VGA to video component (RCA plug) output. The sound from the Macbook can go through this adapter as well – it gets passed through to the RF modulator.
Connect the PC-to-TV adapter, using RCA cables, to an RF modulator.
Connect a coaxial cable from the modulator to an RF transformer (75 to 300 ohms)
Connect the 300 ohm leads of the matching transformer to the antenna input terminals of the TV.
- Max patch that was used in the demo video above : http://reactivemusic.net/?p=18455
- A video by Appyum that explains some of the process: https://youtu.be/kiU4As1j_Io
Glitch abstract expressionism.
“Abstract cinema, generative systems, and interactive visuals.”
By Brecht Debackere