Hexagrama by lasal

Hexagrama is an audiovisual sequencer.
Hexagrama generates sounds depending on different graphical patterns.
Hexagrama is part of my research about the „Sound of the Geometry“.
Hexagrama talks about the quality of time and how the geometrical coincidences change our perception of the musical composition.
Hexagrama explores the geometrical properties of sacred geometry.
Hexagrama runs in realtime.

LHC CERN Event Data Visualization and Sound Generator by JH Park

LHC Sound Generator makes musical sound.
This small program generates a special musical sound by LHC CERN Event data. The work process is like a spectrum Music generator.
The Frequency Axis (Y- Axis) arrange in curvature of each one particle path and the X-Axis is the distance from the middle point.

Mac Version (Yosemite) Download Link : jeonghopark.de/media/lhc_data_music.app.zip

sourcecode : github.com/jeonghopark/LHC_CERN_Music

„ig Data“ files are at linked website from openData CERN.

This file has 100 Events. After opening the file, just click space bar and play all events in regular order.

This program is made by openFrameworks, refreq and ofUnzip.


Pathfinder | Solo by WALTZ BINAIRE

a visual language to generate choreography…

This project is created by Waltz Binaire and onformative.

more information: waltzbinaire.com

choreographic consultancy:
Christian Mio Loclair
Raphael Hillebrand

Raphael Hillebrand (Animatronik, Battle Squad)
Honji Wang (Wang Ramirez)
Christine Joy Alpuerto Ritter (Akram Khan Company)

sound: alva noto + opiate: opto file2

The “Pathfinder” Project was finalized and presented at choreographic coding. Choreographic Coding is a laboratory invented in 2013, as part of the Motionbank research project of the Forsythe Company. Together with partners like the NODE Forum for Digital Arts, it offers unique opportunities of exchange and collaboration – for digital artists who apply choreographic thinking to their own practice.

Iterazer by Felix Herbst

The Iterazer is a tool to create highly complex images using your hands. The mathematics behind the iterazer are so-called iterated function systems, which were originally invented (or found) to create organic, self-similar structures like plants. For my bachelor thesis, I used a different approach: thousands of shapes are generated based on the transformations which define an image. The transformations can be controlled by simple and intuitive multitouch gestures.

The application is split into two parts: the editor, where one creates new images, and the gallery, where all projects are stored and freely move- and scaleable on the canvas. Every image can be opened again to generate new variations out of it.

Iterazer can be downloaded from Google Play Store: iterazer.com