Theodore Watson - Audio Space - 2005
"Audio Space is a 3D augmented aural space. A user wearing a headset can leave messages at any point within the room and hear all the sounds left by everyone before them spatialised as if the people were really still there. It has been exhibited at ICHIM 05 in Paris and at the 2006 Eyebeam Summer Exhibition in New York." "superimposes a dense sonic environment onto a completely empty physical space and allows the participant to explore and shape this seemingly hidden world of sound. "

Graffti Research Lab Dedicated to outfitting graffiti artists with open source technologies for urban communication. One of their events is: "The Graffiti Research Lab will be in Rotterdam from February 7th through the 10th (2007). We’re taking control of the Renzo Piano KPN Telecom Building and turning the Kop Van Zuid into the People’s Revolutionary Green Laser Light District. We are turning the 37 x 72 meter screen into a place to display your uncurated animations and graphics"

Heart Chamber Orchestra - audiovisual performance
"The Heart Chamber Orchestra - HCO - is an audiovisual performance. The orchestra consists of 12 classical musicians and the artist duo TERMINALBEACH. Using their heartbeats, the musicians control a computer composition and visualization environment. The musical score is generated in real time by the heartbeats of the musicians. They read and play this score from a computer screen placed in front of them.HCO forms a structure where music literally "comes from the heart". "the musicians are equipped with ECG (electrocardiogram) sensors. a computer monitors & analyzes the state of these 12 hearts in real time. the acquired information is used to compose a musical score with the aid of computer software. it is a living score dependent on the state …

Moonlight - Interactive Visualization of Beethoven's No.14 Moonlight is an interactive installation of the visualization of the first movement of Beethoven's No.14 Sonata. Assign colors to songs at the free music promotion community, " Synaesthesia is the mixing of the senses. Those affected by it hear colors, see sounds, and taste tactile sensations. When the two senses involved are sound and color, this phenomenon is no longer limited to synaesthetes: anyone, given a sound and time for contemplation, can ascribe color to that sound. Often, these connections between sound and color will overlap from person to person. Color Of My Sound is an informal experiment to test that hypothesis. First, choose a sound category . Then, after listening, choose the color to which you are most strongly drawn. Give us your thoughts. Then, you can see how others voted for that particular sound. &quo…

Wolfram Tones: An Experiment in a New Kind of Music "WolframTones works by taking simple programs from Wolfram's computational universe, and using music theory and Mathematica algorithms to render them as music. Each program in effect defines a virtual world, with its own special story--and WolframTones captures it as a musical composition. " This is really fun to play with....!!! Amazing composition controls in terms of a huge variety of musical scales

Transfer of Music into a Graphic Image Interesinting work on transforming music intervals into a graphic image. Other project is the correspondence of sound to colour

Musical Graph Theory Graph Theory enables you to navigate among 61 short, looping musical gragments to explore a composition for solo violin. Jason Freeman - concept, music programming Patricia Reed - design Maja Ceran - violin

CTM2007: Illuminations 1.1 "Realtime projection, still images for print. Java + Processing w/ OpenGL. " Marius Watz 2007

CODE & FORM: Computational Aesthetics "CODE & FORM is a blog supporting the coding and teaching activities of Marius Watz . It contains documentation of workshops, as well as code for various projects. Email tips about relevant links or pieces of code to marius-at-unlekker-net."

" Audiopad is a composition and performance instrument for electronic music which tracks the positions of objects on a tabletop surface and converts their motion into music. One can pull sounds from a giant set of samples, juxtapose archived recordings against warm synthetic melodies, cut between drum loops to create new beats, and apply digital processing all at the same time on the same table. Audiopad not only allows for spontaneous reinterpretation of musical compositions, but also creates a visual and tactile dialogue between itself, the performer, and the audience. " See website: