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Soon there will be a new version of the subConch software available where synth-data and emo-data can be sent out as OSC over UDP to other applications. It will also support running multiple instances for different users/headsets on the same computer, all sending OSC data to individual ports.
I got word the other day that the subConch was mentoioned in a blog article on the Creators Project. It’s a nice article listing 10 projects that make music with brain waves.
Demonstration of the subConch filmed at Atelier Nord, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo in January 2013.
Preparing for my submission to Ars Electronica – editing video and writing project descriptions.
On another note – I have created a comic book for the iPhone. All about an alien chick who comes to earth and starts dating a local loon. You can get it here. Alternatively check out the site www.loonland.net
Finally the sculpture is ready. Since I’m too busy with projects and life in Switzerland at the moment, I will not have time to assemble and test the whole installation until January. Anyway, here are a few photos. Looks good!
I do not look at my statistics often enough. I just found a couple of trending referrals to my site. One is an article on mind control devices at Digital Trends and another is a short write-up in Spanish at Pijama Surf.
Here is a quick walk-around of the final, unpainted and unpolished model. It looks great! A big thumbs up for Paal Fediuk and Trond Joakimsen over at HPC in Fredrikstad. Good job! Just a few minor last tweaks and everything will be spray painted and polished this week. On Friday I will have all the three finished models in hand, with speakers mounted, ready to go.
Here are a couple of more images: