Difference between revisions of "Media Lab"

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*Arduino
 
*Arduino
 
*Raspberry Pi
 
*Raspberry Pi
*Yamaha guitar (let's hack this)
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*[[Yamaha guitar]] (now playable, available for further hacking)
*Ben's custom guitar
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*[[Starcaster by Fender guitar]]
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*[[Ben's custom guitar]]
 
*Avid Vocal Studio mic kit
 
*Avid Vocal Studio mic kit
 
*USB-to-DMX interface
 
*USB-to-DMX interface

Latest revision as of 01:52, 22 May 2013

Contents

[edit] Gallery

<TODO - A gallery of Media Lab images will go here>

[edit] Overview

The Media Lab and Bio Lab are two of the latest additions to Freeside's hacker/maker zones. The Media Lab is set up for experiments in lighting, audio, automation control, interactive devices, user-interface design, recording, and other cool media experimentation. The area itself is one big experiment and is set up with a customizable Dreamlights lighting system. We're pretty excited about it.

[edit] Equipment

  • Media workstations (Windows and Linux)
  • Network attached storage (NAS) systems
  • Emotiv Epoc brain-computer interface headset
  • Vuzix stereoscopic glasses
  • Kinect with SDK
  • Eye tracking system with Open Gazer and OGAMA
  • Arduino
  • Raspberry Pi
  • Yamaha guitar (now playable, available for further hacking)
  • Starcaster by Fender guitar
  • Ben's custom guitar
  • Avid Vocal Studio mic kit
  • USB-to-DMX interface
  • Dreamlights RGB LED lighting
  • 5.1 Surround sound system

[edit] Current Projects

  • Guitar hacking
  • Eye tracking project
  • More build-out stuff
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