The TInyVGA board is a very small (30×45 mm) PCB board which generates a VGA signal using a PIC microprocessor.
This is a timelapse animation of the “Generating VGA signals” workshop given by Arjan Scherpenisse on November 22nd, 2009 at the Piksel09 festival. It was created using Toonloop, the live stop motion animation software by Alexandre Quessy also presented at the festival.
(…from ROBERT WYATT AND STUFF)
Saturday evening and another night at the Piksel 09 festival in Bergen. This night we even got to see boxers in action! I hereby steal some info from the Piksel site, and let them explain this for you: “A livecoding showdown – improvisation as physical interation with structure generators, two boxers are having an infight between themselves and the computer. (continue reading…)
PIKSEL09 SUNDAY PROGRAM
Join in on the last day of Piksel09, with program of workshops and presentations: Learn about the Piksel Software of the Year, APODIO, see how a hemispheral multi touch display can be the future interface for art installations, and get the basics of Open ComputerVision. Participate in two hardware workshops where you learn how to build a light-controlled theremins and how to steer VGA signals.
We end the evening at Nøsteboden with an engaging line-up featuring concerts and audiovisual performances: Experience a drone synth concert with Peter Edwards and workshop participants, and watch NOISE battling PUNK!
¤ Enhancing Pure Data Interactivity with Computer Vision (Open CV)
¤ Building simple analogue light-controlled theremins
¤ VGA Signals: an introduction
¤ _oneliner: presentation (Resheduled to be held at Nøstegaten 42 at 12:00)
¤ Respirator presentation
¤ APODIO : A GNU/LINUX MULTIMEDIA DISTRIBUTION FOR EVERYONE! (Piksel software of the year)
¤ Multitouch 360
¤ The DIY drone synthesizer concert
¤ Souffles I
¤ TheNoiser vs Zero Point Energy
PIKSEL09 SATURDAY PROGRAM
Join in on Piksel09 day program of workshops and presentations: find out what Open Hardware is, interact with the Terms of Service in Web 2.0 applications, and learn how to make a realtime stop-motion performance using ToonLoop. The ChaosLab workshop enters day 2 at ROM8 and the Hackteria workshop is in it’s third and final day. We end the evening at Tårnsalen with an engaging line-up featuring concerts and audiovisual performances: Listen to the sound of meat, see gentlemen boxing to create code – code that produces sound. And see how strobes can be the controllers for a loud concert.
¤ ChaosLab (2 day participatory environment and workshop: Fri 20th.- Sat. 21st)
¤ Hackteria (3 day workshop: Thu 19th.- Sat. 21st)
¤ He boxed regularly and was strong and very brave and always a perfect gentleman
¤ Performance for circuit bent toys and meat controllers