Voiceovers

Presented at Still Hacking Anyway (SHA2017), Aug. 4, 2017, 10:20 p.m. (60 minutes)

Installation and workshop. introduced for the participants, the basics concepts of how to read/extract electrical waves emitted by a human brain, using special devices for that, and how to convert it to images and sounds, or anything else. Free/open sources tools will be used during this process (softwares as Processing and Puredata), giving the opportunity for designers, artists and general people with interest in digital interactivity to handle with this kind of "pulse generators". At altpwr village. Go and see by yourself! , We will be present how to get this impulses from cheap sensors, and process it with free/open source tools.

Presenters:

  • Ricardo
    Brasil, 1978. Architect, Musician, Open Source researcher and digital multimedia developer. Member of NoiseTupi (art collective from Sao Paulo - BRA), working as consultant of interactive custom medias for artists and advertise. Received two honour mentions in Prix Ars Electronica (2010 and 2013) working with Lucas Bambozzi. Since 2011 is resident artist of the program DIGIBAP from AMI Centre in Marseille - France. Bachelor in Architecture and Urban Planning, Digital Artist, Digital Multimedia Producer and Open Source Tools Researcher. Since 90's working and exploring the potential of computers to produce ubiquitous and interactive spaces. Specialist in new interfaces, video projections and light-audio-visual systems integration, have been work last years with severals artists from Brasil, Argentina, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, France, Germany, Spain, Slovenia and Croatia, as technical consultant, software developer and tutor in digital media workshops (PureData, Max/MSP, Processing, etc.). Today is member of NoiseTupi (art collective from Sao Paulo - BRA), working as consultant of interactive custom medias for artists and advertise. Received two honour mentions in Prix Ars Electronica (2010 and 2013) working with Lucas Bambozzi. Since 2011 is resident artist of the program DIGIBAP from AMI Centre in Marseille - France.
  • Claudia

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