Iunetnational Festival/Competition SYNC.2010 Tutorial(2)

SUAC Installation

- Case Studies as "Physical Computing" -

All projects/works are supported by

Yoichi Nagashima (SUAC/ASL)


SUAC (Shizuoka University of Art and Culture)

What is "Physical Computing" ?

2 types of System Design


  1. Shin-Kai (Forest and Sea)

    • Presentation
      SUAC Open Day 2000.05.28 (SUAC was founded in April 2000)
    • Creators
      Fumie Hayashi, Masumi Kawasaki, Misaki Kato, Masumi Ooyama, Megumi Kitajima (1st grader)
    • Abstract
      8 plasma monitors and 14 pillars compose "Passage". Some sounds are generated and some images change when people passes this passage.
    • System
      Infrared sensors, Max/MSP, CCD cameras, and Video Switcher


  2. Windmill

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Tokyo) 2000.12.16
    • Creators
      Fumie Hayashi, Misaki Kato, Masumi Ooyama (1st grader)
    • Abstract
      1 big windmill and 3 small windmills rotate reacting with lighting sensors. This is a live performance on the stage with the installation works.
    • System
      Light sensors(Solar battery sheet), Max/MSP, Stepping Motors


  3. Ki-Gen (Seasons and Phantom)

    • Presentation
      SUAC Open Day 2001.05.27
    • Creators
      Runa Ooide, Ayako Ibata, Yukie Maruyama, Teruko Hiraoka, Yuika Takano, Noriko Takagi, Manami Shibaya (1st grader)
    • Abstract
      4 plasma monitors, 2 projected "curved surface screens" and 14 pillars compose "Passage". Some sounds are generated and some images change when people passes this passage and when people touch metal objects.
    • System
      Infrared sensors, Max/MSP, touch sensors, CCD cameras, and Video Switcher


  4. Tsubu Jiro

    • Presentation
      MAF2001 (Media Art Festival) 2001.08.01-07
    • Creators
      Fumie Hayashi, Aiko Ishino, Misaki Kato, Masumi Ooyama, Megumi Kitajima (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      When people grasps or touches the "Hand" made with silicon rubber, the face in the monitor is changed, and the sound is generated.
    • System
      Glove sensor, Max/MSP


  5. Hachi (Bee)

    • Presentation
      MAF2001 (Media Art Festival) 2001.08.01-07
    • Creators
      Keiko Takagi, Yuka Takemori, Kiyono Tamori, Asuka Suzuki (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      When people stands in front of the plinth, it is detected with the sensors in eight directions. Then a lot of bee on the rotating table stare at people all together.
    • System
      Infrared sensors, Stepping Motor, AKI-H8


  6. Shocking (Eating)

    • Presentation
      MAF2001 (Media Art Festival) 2001.08.01-07
    • Creators
      Miki Shibuya, Mari Yamashita, Ayako Suzuki, Kuniko Matsushita, Nozomi Toudou (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      When people pulls the strings that hangs down, images and sounds that relates to "Eating" are generated.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  7. Happy Circles

    • Presentation
      MAF2001 (Media Art Festival) 2001.08.01-07
    • Creators
      Masumi Kawasaki, Kayo Ueno, Eri Hattori, Hiroyo Higuchi, Hiromi Suzuki (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      This work is composed of five boxes. There is a round eyehole in each box, and when people looks it into, "Happiness" is found respectively. Only one box appropriates the ear and hears the sound of "Happiness".
    • System
      Sound/Movie players


  8. REproduction

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (SFC) 2001.12.22-23
    • Creator
      Chisako Motozono (1st grader)
    • Abstract
      The center of the forming object (fiberglass + epoxy resin) punctures, and there are a lot of small stones in the surroundings. People can throw a small stone into this hall. Then guitar sound rings and an internal lamp shines, light leaks and goes out to the outside through forming.
    • System
      Switch Sensor, Lighting Controller, Max/MSP


  9. Moya

    • Presentation
      MAF2001, MAF2002, MAF2004/NIME04, MAS2005
    • Creator
      Yoichi Nagashima, and some students
    • Abstract
      64 illuminants are floating in a random place in the sky of the space like the bottom in a huge well. Each illuminant glitters and changes as lives according to the improvisational performance of SHO - instrument of traditional court music.
    • System
      SHO breath sensor, Max/MSP


  10. Kirameki (Glittering)

    • Presentation
      MAF2002 (Media Art Festival) 2002.08.17-26
    • Creators
      Miki Shibuya, Masumi Kawasaki (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      When people looks into the peephole of the big box, 16 flash lamps emit light one after another, then "Shadowgraph" moves as animation.
    • System
      Ultrasonic sensors, Stepping Motor, 16 Flash lamp controller, Max


  11. Kana-Koubou

    • Presentation
      MAF2002 (Media Art Festival) 2002.08.17-26
    • Creators
      Kanako Kato, Ayaka Ikeya, Noriko Takagi, Manami Shibaya (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      My appearance falls on the screen. In this screen, many notes fall on. People moves the frying-pan right and left, and obtains this note. "Good sound" rings when succeeding in obtaining the note, and "Bad sound" does to fail. Finally, the sound obtained till then rings in opposite the order when the frying-pan is upset.
    • System
      Slider sensor, Gyro Sensor, CCD Camera, Video Mixer, Max/MSP


  12. Chess de Pon!

    • Presentation
      MAF2002 (Media Art Festival) 2002.08.17-26
    • Creators
      Teruko Hiraoka, Hitomi Kojima, Kumiko Sakata (2nd/3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      On the table, it is divided into 64 areas. When people puts the glass object, a different sound is generated for each place.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  13. Sand Clock (Hourglass)

    • Presentation
      MAF2002 (Media Art Festival) 2002.08.17-26
    • Creators
      Keiko Takagi, Yuka Takemori, Kiyono Tamori, Asuka Suzuki (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      It is a huge hourglass to which 4000 Stirorne balls fall one by one. When a small hourglass is upset by people, movie projected to the falling ball is changed. And movie projected to the balls on the floor is changed at the same time.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  14. Dan-Tora

    • Presentation
      MAF2002 (Media Art Festival) 2002.08.17-26
    • Creators
      Fumie Hayashi, Misaki Kato, Masumi Ooyama, Megumi Kitajima (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      It is a huge big snake postponed from the 4th floor to the 1st floor of the stairs. 240 LEDs are built into by this big snake. Each LED lights changing hour by hour independently.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  15. Sprautos

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Kurashiki) 2002.12.20-22
    • Creator
      Keiko Takagi (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      The left side of the photograph is the same size as creator herself doll. When people (right side of the photograph) pushes the foot switch putting on a helmet, he can hear of the sound from the other party.
    • System
      Switch Sensor, Max/MSP


  16. Migaku

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Kurashiki) 2002.12.20-22
    • Creator
      Aska Takagi (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      When people turns the anemometer on the wind-watching chicken,the projected image changes, and 123 blue LEDs rotate like the whirl.
    • System
      Rotation Sensor, Max/MSP


  17. Utakata

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Kurashiki) 2002.12.20-22
    • Creator
      Nozomi Toudou (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There is a beautiful object of the polished globe. When people touches this globe, it can be heard of the sound corresponding to touching.
    • System
      Touch Sensor (Digital Telemin), Max/MSP


  18. Hakoro

    • Presentation
      MAF2003 / InterCollegiate Concert 2003.12.16-21
    • Creators
      Yuko Sugiyama, Yoshimi Kato, Emiko Kawashima (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      In the center of a huge, dark space, there is a rugged room encompassed with the cloth of three meters in length, three meters in width, and three meters in height. A different movie is projected to each the four outside walls. An innumerable box is piled up on the floor when people enters this room, and the word is written in each box. The word of the box shines when people lifts any box, it sounds in surroundings, and four movies projected to the wall change.
    • System
      Switch Sensors, Lighting Boxes, Max/MSP



  19. Poetical imagination Composition

    • Presentation
      SUAC 1st Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2004
    • Creator
      Ryoko Uchida (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      People freely plays musical keyboard. Then, the fragment of poem is generated, arranged automatically with reading out voice, and it is displayed in the monitor.
    • System
      Max/MSP


  20. Tango Box

    • Presentation
      SUAC 1st Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2004
    • Creator
      Kumiko Sakata (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The drum rotates slowly, and animation is drawn in 350 sheets that one side is installed in here. When people throws finger to this sheets, it can enjoy animation in each place.
    • System
      Motor (NO computer)


  21. Drum's DNA

    • Presentation
      MAF2004 (Media Art Festival) 2004.06.01-06
    • Creator
      Syojun Miyoshi (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There are 256 Jack in a spiral tower of the plastron, and this is an axis at time (timing) and an axis of the percussion instrument type. It is a drum machine of the experience type that the percussion instrument rings by the beat when people puts in the plug in an arbitrary place.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  22. Oto-Nami (Sound Wave)

    • Presentation
      SUAC 2nd Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2005
    • Creator
      Emi Yamamoto (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There is a transparent water tank on the huge speaker illuminated from the inside. It appears as various ripples changing into the surface of the water if the deep bass begins to ring from the speaker. To resonate effectively, the tuning of the sound is designed carefully.
    • System
      Max/MSP (creation for CD)


  23. music box -freestyle-

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (IAMAS) 2005.12.23-25
    • Creator
      Mayumi Yamada (1st grader)
    • Abstract
      It is a work like the pinball. The ball comes out on the stand when people pushes the button. And, a new sound rings when it hits a bell etc. on the way.
    • System
      Switch Sensor, Max/MSP


  24. Sparrow's school

    • Presentation
      SUAC 3rd Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2006
    • Creator
      Norie Takatsuka (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      People looks into the eyehole of the hut. The mouse is applied to the wall and it operates it. Sparrows of various characters are manipulated, and it enjoys a communication each other and the change in scenery.
    • System
      Director


  25. Gacha-Pon Movie Machine

    • Presentation
      SUAC 3rd Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2006
    • Creator
      Tomomi Shimizu (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      People puts 100YEN coin in the coin slot and works the dial. Then, various Movie is displayed from the inside instead of the capsule that comes out with the toy.
    • System
      Switch sensor, Director


  26. Ki ni naru Ki (Anxious Tree)

    • Presentation
      Dappi Exhibition - April 2006
    • Creator
      Kumiko Sakata (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The tree in the screen grows up fast according to the movement when moving as people stands in front of the screen.
    • System
      Flash, Max/MSP/jitter


  27. Kazami Byoubu

    • Presentation
      MAF2006 (Media Art Festival) 2006.12.22-25
      InterCollegiate Concert 2006 (Kyoto)
      NHK "Digital Studium" (selected/on air) - June 2007
    • Creator
      Sho Yamaguchi (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There is a wall where 100 pinwheels of Japanese style lined up in an orderly manner. When people holds up the hand in the table, the shape is recognized with the camera. The wind occurs only in the place of the pinwheel corresponding to the pixel of the shadow, and each pinwheel rotates.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter


  28. From Words

    • Presentation
      MAF2006 (Media Art Festival) 2006.12.22-25
      InterCollegiate Concert 2006 (Kyoto)
    • Creator
      Soichiro Makita (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There are four books on the table. Three corresponds to three stories. The Movie of each theme is screened when people opens the book, and it stops if it shuts a book. The continuation of Movie is screened if it opens again. There is the fourth book that resets the whole, too.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter


  29. Sound Installation "Train Instrument"

    • Presentation
      MAF2006 (Media Art Festival) 2006.12.22-25
      InterCollegiate Concert 2006 (Kyoto)
    • Creator
      Koji Shimada (M1)
    • Abstract
      Music is played beating the metal pipe arranged in surroundings one after another when the train model that installs the electrode in the rail runs. The speed and the direction of the train model change depending on the remote control operation of people or the sound of the hall (volume).
    • System
      MIDI-controlled power supply, Max/MSP


  30. Image Harp

    • Presentation
      MAF2006 (Media Art Festival) 2006.12.22-25
    • Creator
      Yoichi Nagashima
    • Abstract
      People plays the harp without strings. The sound and graphics are generated with the optical beam sensor. 13 "nonvisible strings" corresponds to the music scale in the vertical direction. Three "nonvisible strings" in horizontal direction change octaves.
    • System
      Light Sensor, Max/MSP/jitter


  31. Rat Ride Write

    • Presentation
      SUAC 4th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2007
    • Creator
      Fumika Okayama (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      Optics USB mouse is remodeled to a huge size that man can get on. People can draw the picture by hips by riding on this mouse.
    • System
      Max/MSP /jitter


  32. Beat Box

    • Presentation
      SUAC 4th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2007
    • Creator
      Toru Kawarazaki (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      It is cubic object that welds the metal, and there are 64 switches per each six side. Six respects correspond to six kinds of musical instruments of Drum, Bass, Guitar, Synth, Piano, and SE. Creator composed 384 short loop music as a whole. People can enjoy session by pushing an arbitrary button.
    • System
      Switch sensors, Max/MSP


  33. Octagon

    • Presentation
      SUAC 4th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2007
    • Creator
      Sayo Yokoyama(4th grader)
    • Abstract
      It is display object with eight screens. A round displays a consecutive image each frame synchronously by eight PC with which the network is connected.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter, OSC


  34. KODAMA (Echo)

    • Presentation
      MAF2007 (Media Art Festival) August 2007
      Japan Media Art Festival 2007 (selected)
    • Creator
      Koji Shimada (M2)
    • Abstract
      Microphone has adhered to a movable pipe of the stand. When people speaks, the image that reacted to the voice can be described on the screen in the part where the pipe was turned.
    • System
      MIDI-controlled power supply, Max/MSP


  35. THE REAL PHANTOM

    • Presentation
      MAF2007 (Media Art Festival) August 2007
    • Creator
      Ai Shirasaka (4th grader) + Satoshi Maekawa + Yoichi Nagashima
    • Abstract
      "The Real Phantom" is media installation work with the first device in the world. The device - Transmissive Mirror Device with Micro Dihedral Corner Reflector Array - is a passive mirror forming a real image. The disk that queues up form of 16 pieces to reversing of the ruggedness rotates when people turn a handle. It is compared when forming comes right under the device with the flash that emits light synchronizing with the rotation, and the animation of Zortororp is achieved.
    • System
      original circuit


  36. circles

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Tamabi) - December 2007
    • Creator
      Mayumi Yamada (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      Forming work with four buttons. 168 LED in total draws the pattern of light of each various patterns to which the button is pushed in a translucent acrylic fiber.
    • System
      Max/MSP


  37. Tiny Living

    • Presentation
      InterCollegiate Concert (Tamabi) - December 2007
      SUAC 5th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2008
    • Creator
      Sho Yamaguchi (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The microscope image corresponding to the screen appears when choosing the device like the microscope from two or more Praparats and setting it. The stand of the Praparat is good up and down and right and left at the slide by about 5cm by the hand. The living thing in the screen moves with the movement of view according to this, and the sound from the headphone moves, too..
    • System
      GAINER + Max/MSP/jitter


  38. Dan-Ran

    • Presentation
      SUAC 5th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2008
    • Creator
      Eriko Yamaguchi (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This is a structure like chair to which people can sit surrounds hole at center. The part of the hole at the center is a screen, and the image that changes hour by hour at the four seasons comes out. When people touches the part on the edge in surroundings of the hole, the images change.
    • System
      GAINER + Flash


  39. ManGeKyou (Kaleidoscope)

    • Presentation
      SUAC 5th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2008
    • Creator
      Kano Tsutiya (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      Sound installation of forming eight square pillars with round display in center. The display is a touch panel, and people can enjoy the image and the sound that changes variously with touching.
    • System
      Flash


  40. O-Kyam-Bas

    • Presentation
      SUAC 5th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2008
    • Creator
      Chihiro Fujita (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      Six knobs hang with the chain in front of the screen. The paint of light drips, drops in the screen when people pulls the chain, and various light mixes. One is "The color is erased" straightening.
    • System
      GAINER + Flash


  41. digitalive paint

    • Presentation
      SUAC 5th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2008
    • Creator
      Koji Shimada (M2)
    • Abstract
      This is an installation work that draws the picture on the screen and generates the sound. Creator performs as live performance. On the other side of the screen, there is an illuminant of infrared rays LED following with the magnet, and it draws in this while following by the image recognition of the video camera on the other side of the screen. The controls such as a color, patterns, and color changes are done with the controller and the glove of original production.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter


  42. Screen Pond

    • Presentation
      MAF2008 (Media Art Festival) December 2008
    • Creator
      Ryo Norimatsu (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      This is the first work using Processing in SUAC students. There are many small living objects in the screen, and they go away from human shadow(edge). Each small living object has its algorithm moving with random and go away each other. If they are inside the human shadow, they cannot cross the edge, so they move only inside of human shadow.
    • System
      Processing, web camera


  43. 2.5D Block Game

    • Presentation
      MAF2008 (Media Art Festival) December 2008
    • Creator
      Tatsuhiro Yamamoto (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      This is a simple/old block game with moving ball and racket, but the racket is controlled with big object which is moved by human. The position of the object is captured by web-camera and motion capture tool for Flash.
    • System
      Flash, web camera


  44. White Book

    • Presentation
      MAF2008 (Media Art Festival) December 2008
    • Creator
      Rie Ootsuka (2nd grader)
    • Abstract
      This is the first installation work using RFID. People select the card and set it onto the card holder which contains RFID reader. Then, people open/change pages of the "White Book", the page information is detected by magnetic sensors, and movie on the screen is changed.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter, GAINER, AKI-H8, RFID, magnet sensor


  45. Dodeca Propeller

    • Presentation
      MAF2008 (Media Art Festival) December 2008
    • Creator
      Sae Tohda, Umika Obata (3rd grader) and Yoichi Nagashima
    • Abstract
      This is an installation work produced for SUAC 12-CRTs monitor panels. This system has 12 Propellers which generates real-time graphics and generates real-time NTSC video signal only by software. The 13th Propeller receive MIDI sensor(foot switch) information and change graphic patterns in real-time.
    • System
      13 Propeller


  46. Dream/Bottom/Tree

    • Presentation
      MAF2008 (Media Art Festival) December 2008
    • Creator
      Ayaka Goto, Rie Nojiri, Eri Shimada (3rd grader) , Chiaki Ikuma (2nd grader) and Yoichi Nagashima
    • Abstract
      This installation work is designed for special "meditation" hall in SUAC. There is a small space constructed pipe-form cloths, and people go in and lie inside. In the above space there are some hundreds of LEDs shining slowly.
    • System
      13 Propeller


  47. Sukima

    • Presentation
      SUAC 6th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2009
    • Creator
      Chinatsu Okamoto (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is for not only watching/touching screen but also feeling reaction of electronic pulses. In the screen there appear some traditional ghosts in Japan, and people touch them with the touch-panel on the monitor. When touched, they are moving/lighting, and specially generated high-voltage electronic pulses hit the people's finger.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter, FLASH, PiriPiri-II(Electrical Shock Generator)


  48. Kata Koto Taku

    • Presentation
      SUAC 6th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2009
    • Creator
      Ryo Norimatsu (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is one kind of table with screen panel on the upper side. There are some cups on the table, and many moving images run around cups. When people take out one cup, the image around the cup will disappear. Camera detects the special image patterns pasted on the bottom of cups.
    • System
      Processing


  49. Mineral Eye

    • Presentation
      SUAC 6th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2009
    • Creator
      Fumie Matsunaga (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      In the dark hall, a doll of pretty girl sits on the wall. Both eyes of the doll are missing. There is also a mirror on the wall. When people stands near of the doll, the mirror changes into screen which shows people himself/herself with the view from one eye-hole of the doll (inside CCD camera). There are some eye-balls in front of the wall, and when people pick up them, the screen image changes.
    • System
      FLASH, RFID, GAINER


  50. Live Block Game

    • Presentation
      SUAC 6th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2009
    • Creator
      Tatsuhiro Yamamoto (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This is a simple/old block game with moving ball and racket, but the racket is controlled with big object which is moved by human. The position of the object is captured by web-camera and motion capture tool for Flash. This revised version has 3 musical modes in the game.
    • System
      Flash, web camera


  51. Wanna be Sushi ASAP

    • Presentation
      MAF2009 (Media Art Festival) October 2009
    • Creator
      Yoshie Nogochi (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There is the "shari" (rice base) on the "geta" (sushi table). There are 15 "neta" goods (fishes, shrimp, etc..) on the table, so people can pick up each of them, and put it on the "shari" to complete the "Sushi". Each "neta" contains RFID inside, and the "shari" has RFID reader in it. Then, special movie of each "neta" starts in the screen.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter, RFID, AKI-H8, GAINER, Flash


  52. Tales Panels

    • Presentation
      MAF2009 (Media Art Festival) October 2009
    • Creator
      Tomoyo Yamamura (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There are 4 small panels (painted on upper side - seed, small leaf, frog, and tree) on the table. People pick up and put them on the table. On the screen, there starts the special tale movie related with the sequence of these 4 panels.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter, RFID, AKI-H8, GAINER, Flash


  53. OTOkakecco

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Hiroka Misaki (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is a game for 4 people. Each people use Mouse with specially designed "4 Mouse interface". In the screen, the icon of musical note appears, so people move their character to catch it.
    • System
      4 Mouse interface (Propeller), GAINER, Flash


  54. Nejimaki Wall

    • Presentation
      MAF2009 (Media Art Festival) October 2009
    • Creator
      Mio Hayashi, Ayumi Okuyama, Ayami Fujioka, Ayano Dogi, Minori Matsuyama (1st grader) and Yoichi Nagashima
    • Abstract
      This installation work is a big wall containing many rotating objects. This work is the expansion of previous work "Nejimaki Ningen" created by Aya Suzuki, and rotating objects and still objects on the wall is re-used from the previous work. Moving pattern is time-variant, and the video work of Aya Suzuki which is in same concept is projected on the wall.
    • System
      Max/MSP, AKI-H8, 100 stepping motors


  55. Yurameki

    • Presentation
      MAF2009 (Media Art Festival) October 2009
    • Creator
      Eriko Yamaguchi (M2)
    • Abstract
      The concept of this installation work is Japanese slight vibration on the water. Japanese traditional SHOJI screen is set for projected images. The projection is not directly projected but reflected by water. The water is vibrated with low frequency sound.
    • System
      Flash


  56. Connecting People

    • Presentation
      SUAC Exhibition - November 2009
    • Creator
      Yukiho Maeda (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There are 5 to 10 small human dolls. When people put them closer, so orange light brights inside dolls.
    • System
      Electronics, Magnet, Magnetic Switsh


  57. FuWaRi

    • Presentation
      SUAC Exhibition - November 2009
    • Creator
      Manami Suzuki (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      One object is set on the tree. The object make light from inside of it, and the light changes its brightness slowly. When sound is detected (people cry, hand clap, whistle, etc), it turns dark quickly, and it begins making brights again after some moments.
    • System
      Arduino


  58. Heart Sound

    • Presentation
      MAF2009 (Media Art Festival) October 2009
    • Creator
      Rie Ootsuka (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There is a "heart" object made of rubber in the human body object. People touch the stethoscope onto his/her heart. The system detect the heart beats, and the rubber "heart" object moves bigger/smaller synchronizing the human heart beat.
    • System
      Max/MSP, GAINER, Air Valve


  59. More Expanding Book

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Momo Imamura (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There is a screen-table which is projected images from the ceiling. When people changes the page the book on the table, the projected image changes to metamorphose the icons of the page.
    • System
      Processing, Image Capture, Flash


  60. Past Days

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Chiaki Ikuma (3rd grader)
    • Abstract
      There is the Futon (Japanese blanket) on the stand and it is screen. When people beats the Futon, then images/movies of memories appear on the Futon.
    • System
      Max/MSP/jitter


  61. Animal salad

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Ayumi Iwamoto (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is a combination of 3 items. The first is a cute desk in girl's room. The second is a special funny-decorated monitor. The third is a original Flash game. The concept is "my favorite space".
    • System
      Flash


  62. Cosmic Telephone

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Sachi Ishikawa (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This is a installation work which concept is "space-channel program" monitor. People picks up the old-fashioned receiver, and dials the old-fashioned telephone dial. Then, the monitor starts showing the movie.
    • System
      Flash°ĘGAINER


  63. Color Odyssey

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Tomoyo Yamamura (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is based on the original tale written by the creator. The three color-making men walk in the world, and they pick up many colors and they fill these colors everywhere. People can use special sensor which detect the color information on the top edge. People touches any points in the pictures, then the white flower objects changes the color into which is detected by the sensor.
    • System
      Arduino, color sensor


  64. Fantastic World Journey !

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Kana Yamaoka (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      People can walk around on the big world map. When people step on some points, the movie related to the area in the world are projected on the wall screen.
    • System
      Flash


  65. Planet of Jewels

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Maho Yui (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is constructed with a big ball (about 1 meter) which is the screen like the earth and the controller. The earth is projected onto the ball. When people rotates the ball, the jewels information of the highlighted area is displayed on the screen.
    • System
      Flash, TrackBall


  66. OTOkakecco+

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Hiroka Misaki (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is an expansion of the work "OTOkakecco" with 4 Muose. 3 people wear 3 color hats - red, green and blue. The web-camera detects the points of each player, then they play the game.
    • System
      Flash, Motion Tracking


  67. Kingyo Sukuware

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Ayuko Matsuura (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This is related "goldfish hunting" game, with a technology of image capturing. But people cannot hunt goldfish. People is the goldfish who must run away from the nets for capture.
    • System
      Flash, Motion Tracking


  68. time and space

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Taeko Ban (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is constructed by metals. When people throw a small metal ball, the the ball goes around on the rail. When the ball goes behind the monitor, the ball goes very slowly in the monitor, then the ball appears again from the monitor.
    • System
      Flash, GAINER, solenoid


  69. Urahara Lovers

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Yoshie Noguchi (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      There are 2 dolls of lovers. People pick up one of objects from the table and put it onto their hands. Then, common story is displayed in the center screen, and next the "real voice" (secret) movie is displayed in each stomach part of dolls. People enjoy the difference of their "real voices".
    • System
      (Max/MSP/jitter + minijector) * 3, RFID, GAINER, AKI-H8, OSC


  70. ASI'S

    • Presentation
      SUAC 7th Graduation Works Exhibition - March 2010
    • Creator
      Satoru Nozue (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The title of this work is a parody of ASICS". There are many playing games of Flash using motion capture technology.
    • System
      Flash, Motion Tracking


  71. Soundvorous Plant

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Chiaki Ikuma (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This sound installation work is the strange flower that eats sounds and vomits arranged sounds. People move the turntable and say/sing something into the flower. Then, when people move the turntable again, processed sound is vomitted from the flower.
    • System
      Max/MSP, Gainer


  72. AED

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Rie Ootsuka (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is a prototype of AED. People push start button of the machine, and follow the instruction from it. The voice instruction is just same of real AED. People take off the cloth from the body doll, and then put on the electric contact pads on the correct positions of the doll. After that, people push "GO !" button. If the position of pads is OK, then the system says "OK". This installation can be used how to learn AED.
    • System
      Max/MSP, Gainer, magnet sensor


  73. HOUJU

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Miwa Katagiri (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The title of work HOUJU means "jewels tree". People touch the shadow of the tree, then many bright patterns appear inside of the shadow of the tree.
    • System
      Flash, Image Tracking


  74. Gifts from the Sky

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      Saeko Kaneko (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      This installation work is a house made of cookies, chocolates, candies, etc. People pick up one of gifts from the table, and put it into the chimney. Then, related story movie starts in the window monitor of the house. After that, the gift is automatically moved out from the house, then another gift can be put in.
    • System
      Flash, RFID, GAINER, AKI-H8, LEGO


  75. HikaBeko

    • Presentation
      Presentation in Seminar
    • Creator
      #yaka Tabata (4th grader)
    • Abstract
      The title HikaBeko means lighting cowfish. This object is made of soft jerry material. This object generates slow changing lights from inside. There are four horns on it, and when people touch it, then fast flashing light appear from inside.
    • System
      Max/MSP, Gainer, touch sensor