A first small progress of the “Experimental Data Aesthetics” project
The EDAe-Project started (it still needs an own website etc.). We made a github and a small blog. Ipython is a good tool to note down some ideas in combination with a packet called numpy it can do array manipulation, which is important for data analysis. Here is a first Ipython notebook with some code […]
Talk at “Forum für Komputerkultur”
On March 24 2014 Studio Algorhythmics was presented in Basel at a local community event called “Forum für Komputerkultur”. I was happy to re-join the locals. Here some pictures made by Ted Davis.
Herztian Experiments – Hello World
Programming a FM-radio receiver is supposed to be one of the most simple things to do in software defined radio, so I gave it a try and tested the new USRP N200 that
Chua’s Circuit a Wild Thing
Some results of experiments with the famous chua circuit a chaotic oscillator circuit. On the picture above with the oscilloscope you can see the double scroll. There is a video with a simple soundcard oscilloscope. The experiments were made for a contribution to the conference “Wild Thing“.
Some blurbs on the buzz word of the year 2012 (this archived post is dated Dec 29, 2012). Many people wrote on that in the textual agencements of www. It is called “New Aesthetic” and even has a wikipedia entry. It was coined in March at the SXSW 2012 by James Bridle from London. There […]
Almost any electronic communication device can be transformed into a generator of sound, rhythms and melodies. Likewise are we surrounded by digitally coded electromagnetic infospheres. “Detektors” initiated by Martin Howse and Shintaro Miyazaki was conceived both as a cartography of user-generated geolocational sound recordings, logs and walks, which reveal these hidden electromagnetic geographies, spaces and […]
Radio Talk with Martin Howse over skype via Solitude
An edited live show with Martin Howse over skype from Akademie Schloss Solitude transmitted live on reboot.fm (Substrat Radio No. 5).
Rhythms of Sorting
AlgorhythmicSorting is an open source program and learning tool for people, who want to learn and analyze the diversity of sorting algorithms by hearing the different rhythmic and pattern generating behaviour of different sorting algorithms like bubble sort, merge sort, quick sort or heap sort and others. It shall be used by students, sound artists, […]
The Devil is in the Details
An essay for “Volume 28 – The Internet of Things (July, 2011)” published by Archis, Amo and C-lab (p. 14-15). It was written for designers, architects and other “creatives” and is anything but an academic paper. There are no references and its style is very polemic. You can read a revised version here: The […]
Sounds from a Coil
Some algorhythmic sounds from a japanese mobile phone and an older iPhone with a coil by Monacor (AC-71/3,5MM-Coil) from the archives.
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