Ray Kampmeier (undergraduate EECS student at UMN) and I are working on a robust and complete solution for working with Digi's Xbee modules and Max.
Working with 2.5 Series radios, the present pre-alpha version allows for sending remote messages to a remote-wireless xbee (configured as AT Router/Endpoint) and local-USB-connected xbee (configured as API coordinator).
Below, a document containing an exhustive listing of the "Review of Press" for the 2008 and 2010 ZERO 1 New Media Biennial. The festival was covered by dozens of local, national and internationl channels.
I took MAW to ZERO 1 in 2008 for a number of urban interventions (see videos here). In 2010, MAW and I were commissioned to produce a new work for Absolute Zero: Lavish Martyr/Exquisite Corpse by ZERO 1 and performed in San Jose on Sep. 17th, 2010.
Below, two documents containing an exhustive listing of the "Review of Press" for the exhibition Dynasty, held at Palais de Tokyo and Musée d'Art Modern. Robin Meier and I showed two of our collaborative works Truce and A Tentative Call to the other at the two museums.
Many thanks to the staff at the two museums for collecting and sharing the two documents below. It led to priceless finds like this one…
The Liminal Surface: An Interactive Table-top Environment for Hybridized Music – Theater Performance
This paper documents the development of a new instrument for the creation of experimental music theater. This environment, known as the liminal surface, uses a portable “table-top” design to integrate audio, video, analog and digital sensors, and computer-based control of external media (i.e. musical robotics). This environment will enable the composition of a series of new works exploring interactive computer music, intermodal relationships, and collaborative performance on a visually stimulating and technologically sophisticated platform.
Bithel, David Momeni, Ali. Proceedings from the 12th Biennial Symposium on Arts and Technology, March 4-6, 2010. Ammerman Center for Art & Technology, Connecticut College.