Posted: September 1st, 2010 | Author: alper | Filed under: Table Viewer | Tags: ar, Google App Engine, marker, music, music hackday, physical, Processing.js, projection, Python, Quartz Composer, reacTIVision, social, table, Twisted | No Comments »
We want to help ad-hoc groups of people in the same location to compare their music tastes and see where the overlaps and where the holes are. The table is a turn-taking jukebox with tangible interactions and nice visuals for its users and spectators.
Attention: First prize by last.fm (tweet) on Amsterdam Music Hackday 2010
Process: “Table Viewer for Music Hackday”
Creators: Alexander Zeh, Alper Cugun, Dirk van Oosterbosch
Posted: September 1st, 2010 | Author: alper | Filed under: Silence Landscapes | Tags: 3d, art, environment, mapping, Processing, Python, Sketchup, sound, Sunflow, terrain, unlekkerLib | No Comments »
Landscapes in two and three dimensions generated from sound measurements made by artist Sarah van Sonsbeeck for her project Een Dijk van een Kust in the free-range park in Monnickendam.
Process: “Creating an audiogeography from walks through the silence” and “A Landscape Generated From Silence”
Creators: Sarah van Sonsbeeck, Alper Cugun, Kars Alfrink
Posted: September 1st, 2010 | Author: alper | Filed under: Travel Times | Tags: Google Earth, mapping, mechanize, Processing, Python, traffic, transit | No Comments »
A public transportation travel time map for the Netherlands inspired by the mySociety time maps.
A making of video in Dutch of the above work and the data are also available.
A next version by Kars Alfrink juxtaposed the time it takes to travel by car with the time to travel by public transportation see: “The Making of a Travel-Time Map of the Netherlands” and “Download My Travel-Time Map”.
Creators: Alper Cugun, Kars Alfrink