μ (myu)

μ (myu, 2008) MaxMSP–Unity3D interoperability toolkit allows for near seamless integration of a real-time multimedia-centric visual programming environment and a game engine with minimal impact...

Derelicts

The legacy of human race is ridden with inconsistencies, pockets of information rejected or abandoned. Whether intentional or merely products of chance, like a graveyard of interstellar juggernauts th...

Touchless Navigation

Community (2008) is a demo I put together in part to demonstrate some of my earlier work with IR proximity sensor array (in this case consisting of nine sensors) and using it as a touchless navigatio...

Sonifying Triangulation

As I dig farther back into my creative portfolio, it is becoming increasingly difficult to come up with quality video footage. In 2007 I put together a quick demo using 3 MIT Crickets (a.k.a. iMotes...

Symmetries

Symmetries (2004) is one of my earlier interactive works focusing on integration of an independent interactive algorithm run by a computer and a live performer, namely violin and a hyperinstrument (...

Superkaramba

Back in the days of K Desktop Environment (KDE) 3.x, I became interested in improving Linux Desktop usability and appearance. As a result I became involved in the early development of the Superkara...

Borealis

Back in 2004 I composed a sound theme for the KDE desktop environment and posted it on now defunct kde-look.org. Borealis soon became the top rated theme and to this day remains one of the top theme...

Flash

It’s hard to believe once upon a time, Macromedia Flash (or what is now known as Adobe Flash) held promise of changing the face of the internet forever. While it did succeed to some extent in th...

RTMix

RTMix (2001) is the first program I ever wrote that had a comprehensive GUI implementation. It was introduced at a point in time when Linux-based real-time performance tools were scarce, there was n...

Flatland

Long before Minecraft and OPERAcraft, Second Life, etc., all the way back in 1996 and the very beginnings of internet, there was a project called Flatland that offered an exciting early glimpse at...