• New Graphics Processing Unit GTX 1080

    July 1, 2016 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    We just updated our graphics processing unit (GPU) in the graphics rig with the newest card from Nvidia: GTX 1080. No more drop in frame rate, I hope… ;) Our sensors communicate by OSC over ethernet to the graphics rig which uses this information to manipulate various 3D graphics parameters. We like to generate the visuals in […]

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    Opening Intel’s CES 2016 Keynote

    January 24, 2016 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    This year we were luck to be contacted by Intel to open their Keynote at the Consumer Electronics Show. All the performers were wearing wristbands with inertial sensors that were processed by an onboard Intel Curie chip and used to capture hand gestures. These gestures manipulated visuals and music in real-time. Visual design by Peter […]

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    Brain Waves in Virtual Reality Environment

    June 29, 2015 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    Last week I collaborated with Neuromore and UnelloDesign to develop a virtual environment using Oculus Rift that responds to thoughts and facial expressions. Neuromore supplied the software that does the signal processing while Aaron from UnelloDesign designed the visual environment in Unity. Aaron working with Unity My software and Neuromore taking care of the brain waves […]

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  • Video Clip Shoot and Presentation

    May 25, 2015 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    This week I’ll be rehearsing and shooting for my self-funded video clip “Be Real”. It is a combination of a rock show and minority report. A band will be playing one of my compositions while I sing and play a virtual, holographic instrument. May 31st I will present this performance live and give a talk at […]

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    AdMortus Show

    March 6, 2015 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    AdMortus will be performer this and next weekend at UT. It’s an visually stunning show that uses dancer’s body movement and brain waves to control the audiovisual environment. It’s a collaboration between choreographer Yacov Sharir, composer Bruce Pennycook, visual artists Joao Beira and Rodrigo Carvalho, and my brain wave system–took 8 months for create :) […]

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    BioMediation goes to Denton

    January 24, 2015 | Posted By: | BLOG |

    This Monday, Jan 26, BioMediation will be performer at UNT College of Music. The Concert (BioMediation) takes its name from one of the featured works by Joao Data and Yago de Quay. Their work, BioMediation uses the brain waves and body of a live performer to control parameters of a soundscape and the geometry of […]

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