The Multi-Laser Gestural Controller
Argos Interface Builder
Dimitri Diakopoulos Argos is a drag-and-drop GUI builder built in openFrameworks, a framework for fully cross-platform creative coding. Argos deals specifically with creating musically oriented interfaces for composition and live performance. The application was originally an open-source, 2009 student project for the Google Summer of Code under the supervision of the NUI Group.
Steve Rusch The FaderBox is eight membrane potentiometers mounted on a square plexy box. This is a very simple yet useful tool. It gives analogous control to the realm of computers. It was inspired by the Monome, which is the opposite of the FaderBox. The Monome only has buttons which gives on and off. The FaderBox is continuous control, which …
Hand In Hand
Rodrigo Restrepo This interface is a small, handy controller, that allows extensive use of the fingers and hand, keeping in mind that those are ones of the more developed and skilled parts of the human body. Different sensors were combined and arranged in a small area of a curved surface. A curved surface was chosen because having in mind that …
Carl BurginThe Castro is a musical computer interface designed to give the user the flexible continuous control without loosing utility and portability. It is an instrument designed for the performer concerned more with precise musical control rather than theatrics but depending on it use, can be a very engaging live performance tool. The Castro consists of eight membrane potentiometers touch …