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Wired Maxi, v0.1
Wired Mini, v0.1
Premiered at the MIST Conference in March 2010 in Cambridge, UK.
Also used in Triggered music-dance performances.
Triggered: gaggle and wired - June 13th 2011, Kings Place, London from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
The Wired prototype has been imagined, designed and developed in order to experiment personally with such interfaces, and primarily with the link between sensor (in this case custom designed touch sensors), physical computing board (in this case Arduino) and SuperCollider audio language.
The Wired Project (Richard Hoadley) has been supported by Anglia Ruskin University Digital Performance Laboratory and CoDE.
In collaboration with a number of others I am in the process of investigating further new developments in the links between dance, movement and music.
Triggered / 1: Intro @ New Materialism Conference, June 2010, Cambridge UK from Richard Hoadley on Vimeo.
Other and higher resolution videos of Gaggle performances are available at Videos on Vimeo.
Wired 0.2 hardware 250x90mm
Codes: Rapid/RS/ IC NE555 Timer 82-0336 268-0052 QH66W 100k resistor Maplins: M100K 0.01 µF Capacitor: BX00A 10 µF Capacitor Maplins: AT98G