It’s almost 4 weeks since I released my Rapping.Reviews project. After about a year of hard work, crazy rap auditions and a long search for affordable and performant managed WordPress hosting the website is finally live. Check out the trailer! Rapping.Reviews automatically analyzes the reviews from Movies and TV Series and presents them in the form of … Continue reading Rapping.Reviews has been released!
I recently read an article about average faces which made me curious about moving average images. How would an average movie of a certain director look like? Or what would the average ‘I love you’ phrase in a movie look AND sound like? While I was thinking about this, somebody told me this has already … Continue reading Friends Season 1 – An Average Episode
This music piece is still in progress. I am trying to create an unreal dreamy / nature like music experience. For this piece, I have been experimenting with sampling string sounds by playing on my guitar with a violin bow. Besides, I am also learning and exploring Ableton Live. I posted this piece on blend.io, a platform so that I can share my complete set of Ableton Live project files.
The ‘Rap Karaoke in a Costume’ event was a big success! I hosted the event during the Open Day of the Minerva Art Academy on Saturday November 7th. Everybody was welcome to give a (lip sync) rap performance in the Green Screen Studio while simultaneously express a positive or a negative word to review a … Continue reading Rap Karaoke in a Costume @ Minerva Open Day
The YouTube Music Library is a good resource of free music. But when quickly trying to find a suitable track, I was slightly annoyed that the YouTube Music Library doesn’t allow you to scrub through the track. This forces me to listen to the whole intro. I wrote a small script that batch downloads all … Continue reading Batch Download Tracks from YouTube Music Library
To explore the techniques of computational intelligence (text mining and machine learning), me and some other Lifestyle Informatics students initiated Visual Songs.
While artists themselves translate their lyrics into sound, we challenged ourselves by the problem of visualizing their songs and automatically generating a mood board based on written songs.
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Equipment used: Nikon 1 V2, Canon FD 28mm f2.8, Canon FD 50mm f1.8, Canon FD 70-210mm f4, Pentor Auto 135mm f2.8, 128GB Komputerbay SD card, Fotodiox FD-Nikon 1 Lens Mount Adapter with tripod mount, tripod, Zoom H4n audio recorder, Macbook Pro Retina 15″ 1TB SSD Software used: Custom Perl script for sorting the burst photos, … Continue reading Pyro: The experiment of my first Nikon 1 4K RAW film
My favorite course at ADM was Interactive Devices where we developed lamps that visualize information about a person. As you can hear in the video, my concept is like this: The Beacon – A smart lamp for lovers. Do you like to feel connected to the people you care about? We do! That’s why we’ve … Continue reading Product Development – The Beacon