Design and build your own custom controller using an Arduino micro-computer and a wide array of tactile inputs and sensors. Customize the controller to do whatever you please - be it with music, lights or video - and integrate it with your existing audio/visual setup through MIDI. All modules created during the workshop will be linked up afterwards to create a super-controller interfacing with the lights of Harpa.
Lead by Roger Calaf and Owen Hindley.
Material cost: 4,500 ISK.
Roger Calaf is a creative technologist with a passion for electronics, engineering and art. Based in Barcelona, he works on improving the human side of technology through product development, multi-sensory input and interaction design.
Owen Hindley works with software, sound and electronics to make experiences for VR, installations, games, performances & the web. He is the co-founder of both Horizons Studio, making music-centered VR experiences, and Huldufugl, creating immersive theatrical environments.
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