iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

VJ_Anomolee's picture

Hello fellow Kineme fans! This was not built with Kineme but I think its still appropriate. I recently did an installation at the Dallas Museum of Art. Comprised of 4 programs. 1. Modified arduino Code to translate WiiChuck data into Max/msp. 2. Stand alone Max/msp app to translate input from WiiChucks and
iPhones/iPodTouches+Generate Audio+send data on to Unity. 3. Stand alone app written in Unity3D.(big visuals on upper screen) 4. iPhone app to control the sights and sounds.

Check it out here: http://www.isensorii.com -and please let me know if you try the home version! -VJ Anomolee

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cybero's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

Nice work. Look forward to seeing some more of that in due course. Liked the informative close ups on the Arduino hook ups.

franz's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

very interesting. what protocol do you use to send data to Unity ?

jersmi's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

very nice work.

VJ_Anomolee's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

More of what exactly? Ya i need to get some more proper video documentation up of the museum install.

VJ_Anomolee's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

Thanks for the kind words. Im using TCP to communicate from Max/msp to Unity.

VJ_Anomolee's picture
Re: iSensorii: Multi-User interactive audio visual sculpture

Thanks for the kind words. Care to test out the home version?