Short links for April 14th, 2009
Some interesting things I found recently:
Tweet A Sound is a desktop application that uses Twitter as a platform for sharing sonic tweets. Pushing the idea of “social sound design”, Tweet A Sound allows you to design a sound and share it in a community of like-minded folks. It is an opportunity for fun interaction with sound.
The sound engine is based on FM Synthesis and has a waveshaper, a delay, feedback and a flanger. You can get a ton of interesting sounds out of these.
Tweet A Sound was built in Max/MSP and is available for download for Mac. A Windows version should be out soon.
Free app for iPhone/iTouch now available.
- Exchange messages and photos with other NIN fans in your neighborhood and around the world.
- Access NIN news, photos, custom wallpapers, and your nin.com inbox.
Kacie Kinzer built some cute robots, set them loose in NYC, and documented the willingness of people to help the bots find their way.
Tweenbots are human-dependent robots that navigate the city with the help of pedestrians they encounter. Rolling at a constant speed, in a straight line, Tweenbots have a destination displayed on a flag, and rely on people they meet to read this flag and to aim them in the right direction to reach their goal.
The new bots look too cute!