- airhythmics - are experiments based on "Skin of Air", an air blowing instrument for rhythm sensing and creation, where rhythms can be heard, seen or pressure felt.
In - hand series - oneContinuousLab examines the direct alteration of the airhythmic enivronment by hand gestures. The action happens just when hand and air meet.
title: airhythmics / hand series e001 instrument: Skin of Air year: 2016 author/composer: oneContinuousLab
the makings of 01101110 a view behind the scenes of a light and sound installation, which echoes the simplest mathematical model of computation. A series of light paintings and sound depict the evolution of a one-dimensional cellular automaton - Rule 110 (or Rule 01101110), which is the simplest known Turing complete system. This means that it is capable of simulating any computer algorithm.
title: making-of 01101110 (light + sound installation) instrument: Rule 110, LED shadow projectors, speakers, bela boards place: LJUDMILA, Ljubljana, Slovenia when: february 2019
Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos developed by:
oneContinuousLab [Alexandros-K (Ljubljana), odysseas-k (Athens)]
making of 01101110
Haptic Fader is a force-feedback sliding potentiometer which offers a way of integrating the sense of touch into digital musical instruments and a more organic connection with electronic sound equipment. After years of academic and artistic research, the haptic fader was designed and developed for introducing musicians, sound artists, media artists, and interaction designers to haptics, a field which only very few institutions had access to before.
It is the only general-purpose cost-effective force-feedback device based on open-source hardware and open-source software elements for creative communities. Dr. Edgar Berdahl and Dr. Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos, creators of the device and framework, have held talks and workshops on international conferences, Universities and for wider audiences such us at the Ableton’s Loop festival. Over the years, different versions of the device have been used in compositions and audio-visual performances in the US and Europe.
title: Haptic Fader Workshop place: LJUDMILA, Ljubljana, Slovenia when: february 2019
Dr. Alexandros Kontogeorgakopoulos