Max 7 Final

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This is mockup of the max 7 lighting idea. The concept of the idea is to have the visual and audio representations of a thunderstorm.  The waves represent the audio of the storm. While the lights on right video is a visual of lights. If this project was to continue, it would be transform in to a room exhibition to have people watch or interact with. There would be two walls to have the lights on and show the noise projection. While on two there walls would be the audio waves. All around the room would speakers to hear the thunderstorm audio. There would be a station to control on how the lights would look like will by entering numbers and color changing what the waves look like. Over time, the big idea would evolve with the colors changing on its own while the lights would change to the sounds or have a choice to interact and people could create their own light reactions.

The waves are the audio of the storm. The louder the storm is,the closer the waves come together. The softer the sound the farther away the waves are from each other. The sound is playing throughout the stereo. The visual of the audio waves is control through the interpol8r and the slidr. The information of the audio is turned into VIZZE data and transforms to the audio waves. Mat_emission and the erase_color controls on what colors it looks like. Draw_mode is what shape the audio waves can take.

The noise would be the “LED lights” or the lights would be one of visuals from the audio. The jit.matrix is the how the information from the patch that retrieves the image that appears in the video window. The value controls how many dots are in the window. The zoom x and y control how close or far the pixels are zoomed in. The anchors controls which way and the noise moves around. The bound mode is what and how is left behind when the video movies. The slide down control how bright the dots are.

 

The video show how the whole patch works as a whole rather shown in pieces and broken down. the video shows how changing the values in each part can change the effects of the videos.

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