Workshop: Responsive Space, applying Arduino systems and interactive installations
Directed by Luca Acito and Costantino Rizzuti in collaboration with Open Lab Matera
Le botteghe (Piccianello Market), Via Marconi, Matera
High school and conservatory students, musicians, creative artists and craftsmen. Max participants: 15
The basics of physical computing, introduction to interactive logic, introduction to the use of microcontrollers (arduino/raspberry pi), real time sound processing, creation of audio environments – upgrade of “tufo sonante” prototype (sounding tufo-stone).
Technical knowledge of hardware systems (arduino, raspberry pi, sensory systems) and software (arduino, pure data), creation of a sound map of the Piccianello market, use of audio software in sound processing (audiacity)
Upgrade of “tufo sonante” prototype, interactive musical installation.
Hardware and software interface with arduino and raspberry pi, sensor calibration using cap-sensor, creation of audio environments using pure data, recording and sound processing
Saturday, 21 January, from 10:00 to18:00.
from 10:00 to 13:00
general introduction and creation of prototypes
from 15:00 to 18:00
prototype calibration, creation of sound map
What to bring
Your personal computer (if you can)