Tag Archives: VideOSC

Let the worlds collide

It’s already quite some time ago since I last posted my work with VideOSC, the OSC controller for Android that allows you to control digitally generated sound or other media through the color information retrieved from the device’ inbuilt camera. I haven’t been lazy or […]

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Salon Goldschlag, April 6-8

Spring has sprung, almost… It’s always nice to have some location around the corner to find likewise minded people. This coming weekend, April 6-8, I’ve been invited to a place called Salon Goldschlag to speak about and show a bit of my work on Sunday. In […]

Out now: VideOSC 1.1

When I first thought about VideOSC sensors were the least thing that I had in mind. Why sensors when you get so much information from the visual side anyway? Well, whatever, almost the first user request I got when releasing VideOSC for the first time […]

10 Days in Seoul

A trip to Seoul, lots of photos and some bla bla.

VideOSC default mode

VideOSC – an experimental OSC controller

It’s done: I have released my first Android app ever. It’s called VideOSC which stands for an OSC1)Open Sound Control – a protocol for communication among computers, sound synthesizers, and other multimedia devices that is optimized for modern networking technology – opensoundcontrol.org controller that uses […]

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A trip to the other side of world: Seoul International Computer Music Festival 2016

I have been invited to this years Korean Electro-­Acoustic Music Society’s Annual Conference respectively the Seoul International Computer Music Festival 2016. I will hold a workshop on my new Android app VideOSC, an application that uses the color information of the video stream  coming from […]

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La Musica di Colore

I’ve been invited to do a performance in Trieste, the old Italian harbour city at the north-east most corner of the Adriatic sea, next to the Slovenian border. The event was part of a series of presentations, talks and performances called SALoTTo VIENNA that happened […]