After days of dancing, testing and occasionally playing all of a sudden the blue chute stopped working. Just at the end of the day one of the motors got a glitch, a very strange one. The controller still communicated with the main computer and everything seemed fine, but the motor acted very strange, it turned […]
Today the photographer is shooting pictures for the postcards that will have an introduction and step by step explanation for the installation. There is a closing timeframe as we need 2000 postcards by Tuesday. The pictures are looking great!
Yesterday we had Emmi and Goda testing the installation and giving us great feedback. This morging we’ve been altering some interactions and we’re getting ready to introduce three new testers to the installation.
Monday was a busy and tough day, but we did it! The three chutes are hanging in Dokzaal and they look amazing! more info soon! Click here to watch the timelapse video
Jumper: 1. Interaction with Music Both sleeves can trigger one sound / audio clip taken from the original soundtrack. Every circle on the dancefloor is connected to two sounds, in total twelve different soundclips (one for every sleeve). By moving the sleeves with the accelerometers, the sounds are influenced through timestretching. These specific sounds are […]
The motors that move the chutes are small but rather strong. At 12 Volts they pull around one or two Amps when they are mounted to a chute. During the first test with the motor controllers, we discovered that when a motor is suddenly turned the opposite way, a reversed current arises. Using an ordinary […]