midterm project for CCLAB working with 12V light bulb + power supply + TIP102 + Macbook Pro
on extending arduino's inputs
I don't have a battery at the moment, so I use the power supply I got from Scrapyard Challenge class instead :) The LEDs are connecting in parallel, so they all can lit. I did try to connect them in series, but it stop liting after I put the third one on.
As I shown in the classroom, this funny monkey eyes are actually eye objects inside the monkey objects which are inside the main code. Code for eye object using the Arc-tangent example within Processing as the start point. The monkeys in the code are from the Thai movie "Uncle Boonmee who can recall his past life", My favorite movie of last year.
I'm really interesting in what Not ask in the class, about making more arduino inputs. It would be really nice to have a workshop on this bit shift register stuffs.
For the inspiration from the internet I found this channel on the Youtube by the guy called Collin's Lab. He kinda work for Make magazine, so the resource on the makemagazine channel is much more that just him which really worth exploring!
My favorite would be this one.
He kinda using arduino to hack guitar pedal! That is just awesome!
This one is also neat.
Hacking the usb input to the arduino. These tutorial sure open up more approach to play around with arduino in very interesting ways : )
On exploring Processing libraries I'm interested in Sound Design and Physical Computing, and wish to create interfaces to able us to play music in much more playful ways.
In this project I use light sensor library to control minim sine wave.
The concept of 3d in Processing is kinda freak me out a little bit. Because I used to do much better on being creative on 2d coding environment on bootcamp. So I push myself quite hard and the results are not really came out the way I expected. However, to start the documentation with a failure is good to get the feeling of empty glass though!
First part showing the figured out idea of how to manipulate the in-class code's matrix into z dimension.
Second and third part is my attempt to make a rainfall between 2 planes. Using the Bouncing ball code to make the animation. However I can hardly figured out how and finish this thing for now because 3D environment is a whole new world for me. And I have spent too much time on this already. So I decided to move on and will keep the idea to finished them when I got more used to P3D.
Welcome to f ● c ● c ● lab .
f ● c ● c ● lab is Firm Tharit Tothong's documentation of Creativity and Computational Lab class in MFA Design & Technology at Parsons the New School.
My background is on Interior Architecture and jack-of-all-trade on media design. My purpose for this class is to trying my best on expressing my ideas through code as a form of art.