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June 1st, Stammtisch #50

Shows her awareness-raising book about gender identity:

Shows a Telegram bot implemented in VVVV, and demos receiving images from phones via Telegram. Also shows a screen of the new node system running inside his patch.

Demoes her music generation experiment created for the OpenTechSchool anniversary party coming in July in Spektrum. She used Ableton Live to generate the sound, MaxMSP receives data from phones via OSC. OSCHook is the app she made for this. The drum loops were generated using Machine Learning algorithms (RNN).

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He made hardware. A 6 voice synthesizer. With a very low powered CPU, much simpler than an Arduino, he jokes such cpu should be inside tv remote controller. Since he last showed it, he added pitch bend and sustain. It’s using already about 1700 of the 2000 bytes of available memory.
Alternatves use atmega processor: Meeplip,

Describes projection mapping and shows the projection mapping software in which he worked, called Previz. He created the 3D pipeline, engine and the timeline driven by a JS dependency graph. The program is useful to simulate large stages with multiple screen and projection mapping setups, so visual artists can show their clients how things will look like in advance.