ETIPADO: Extremely Tall Image Processing And Display Object. A 25-foot saccadic persistence-of-vision LED display with real-time camera input. Learn more.
Equanemone: Touch-responsive walk-through volumetric display. Solar powered. Appeared at Burning Man 2015 in an 8×8=64-tentacle configuration, 3200 LEDs total. Version 2.0 was installed at Sierra Meadows. GitHub!
Neurotiq: Hardware and software integrating an Emotiv Epoc EEG headset, RFduino wireless microcontroller, and RGB LEDs in a 3D-printed headpiece. Brain states are visualized in the LEDs.
Photouch: Intuitive iPad app to control professional entertainment lighting wirelessly. Simplifies complex DMX control for the casual user to walk up and start playing.
iPad => Bonjour over Wifi => QLC+ => USB => DMX. GitHub!
Blume: Bluetooth-controlled LED bulbs to repurpose salvaged LED strips from an old art project. GitHub. Project Vision.
BlinkyBra: Fully custom wearable with 32 RGB LEDs, Arduino, sound sensitivity including 6-channel spectrum meter, controller, rechargeable battery. GitHub!
MindOMeter: iOS app to display brainwave data from consumer EEG headset via Bluetooth. Learned iOS development in the process. Now on GitHub. http://mindometer.com
Part 5 of several! See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 4. Japan’s culinary reputation may be unparalleled. Tokyo has the most Michelin stars of any city, and I recall hearing it also has the most eateries per capita. I only scratched the surface of what’s on offer, particularly because I’m not a big …
Part 4 of several! See Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, Part 5. A special, quieter part of my trip was the Kumano Kodo, a set of ancient pilgrimage routes in the Kii Hantō peninsula south of Kyoto/Osaka. Travel required a local train from Osaka and buses. Known for three major destination shrines, the region …
Part 3 of several! See Part 1, Part 2, Part 4, Part 5. I’ll talk about food, nature, and other quirks from my Japan trip in other posts, but this one captures other cool stuff I saw. I must say I didn’t notice a lot of street art, perhaps because my eye isn’t sufficiently trained. …