DIWO – Arduino and Pure Data

Workshop by Raphaël Isdant (F)
Jan 30, 14:00 - 20:00

January 30th, 2010, 14:00 – 20:00


DIWO, or for noobs: do it with others, is the utilization of talkative computing with Arduino and Pure Data. Learn how to prototype collaborative spaces and create a connective, playable instrument via open soft- and hardware. This workshop focuses on the application of talkative computing in order to create a full scale musical performance emerging through micro controllers.

Building of a networked sound and visual orchestra using physical computing.
(Arduino+Pure Data) - This workshop is for max. 12 participants

⁃ All level, including beginner's level... The users must know how to use a
⁃ All participant must bring their own Laptop with a free USB Slot and Pure Data
Extended 41.4 + Arduino 017 installed:
⁃ Some creative ideas!

Involved in new forms of interaction linked to game and instrumental gestures since 2006, Raphaël Isdant studied New Media Art at Paris VIII University and the French National Art School. His works explore the possibilities of localized sound on stage, both as a medium and a way of experiencing extended reality. He is currently participating at the EnsadLab research program, focusing on digital-expression tools for artists and, since 2009, he is also teaching Interactivity at the National School of Fine Arts in Paris.

His work A Battre will be part of the A MAZE. Interact and CTM.10 - Overlap Opening Ceremony.