Jamie Thomas – The Karman Cube


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  1. Tom said, on April 27, 2009 at 7:17 pm

    Hello Alex,

    Nice work, didn’t realise you had it working with Ableton too. Glad you liked the one man band thing at the Arnolfini, let me know if you are interested in me doing something for your upcoming event.


    • Matthew Lovett said, on July 2, 2009 at 9:54 am

      Just checked out your uploads to Vimeo

      Is the 16 send the latest? I like the idea of using the faces to bring in sounds, but like you say, there’s an issue of control. The movement of the cubes is really engaging – I’m thinking that the lack of full rotation isn’t too much of an issue, as when you’ve got all that movement on screen, it’s actually going to be quite hard to control as it is

      How far have you got with the menu cube idea? Or have you binned that off for the time being?

      • alexanderthomas said, on July 2, 2009 at 1:04 pm

        Hi Matt

        The 16 sends is quite an old video. I stopped working with ableton for the project although I am now starting to take a lot of ableton processing and re building in max.

        I think the menu cube is only going to complicate matters really, but I am putting pencil to paper in order to figure out what I want from the interface next. I think the fact that the movement is engaging is down to the cubes rotating on both axis, and without that you have with a limiting left and right movement. I definitely agree on the controllability issues related to that though.

        Ill keep you updated.

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