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Short links for December 9th, 2008

Some interesting things I found recently:

Wearable Toy Piano by mikamika

# Wearable Toy Piano – A Toy Piano embedded on a T-shirt.

Instructables member mikamika explains:

It has 8 keys from Do to Do (1 octave). You can play simple music by wearing the shirt and pushing the fabric button on the shirt. All the components from the toy piano (batteries, speaker, circuit board) are placed on the shirt and connected with poppers. All these hard components are detachable so that you can wash it if you wish.

# delicious blog » gettin’ taggy wit it – delicious has integrated FoxyPlayer for better support of audio files.

FoxyPlayer is a slick embedded audio player that supports a wider variety of audio formats and interoperates with the popular FoxyTunes add-on for Firefox and Internet Explorer. But perhaps most interestingly for Delicious users, it also turns your audio bookmarks into playlists you can control from your browser.

8-Bit Jesus

# 8-Bit Jesus: New Christmas Chip-tune Album | Doctor Octoroc

Doctor Octoroc writes:

I’ve been working on a new album for the past few months and am releasing a free MP3 download of the first half – sort of a preview, I suppose. The album is entitled 8-Bit Jesus and contains 9 tracks thus far. Each one is a chip-tune version of a classic Christmas song done in the style of a different NES game.

Songs include Silent Knight Man, Little Drummer Nemo and Super Jingle Bros. Download the album (or individual tracks) here.

# ::vtol:: Noise guitar – Digital Noise guitar is a custom project based on HT-8950 voice changer chip. Small circuit was mounted right in the body. It can process sound like lo-fi ring modulator, 8-bit pitch shifter or simple guitar synth. Mad Selfoscillation is possible too.

# 25 Awesome things I’ve failed to post on Music Thing over the last couple of months – Nice list by Tom Whitwell @ Music thing.

Short links for September 29th, 2008

Sound Wave by Jean Shin

Some interesting things I found recently:

# Sound Wave – Melted records on wooden armature – Jean Shin's installation at Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

Records were melted and sculpted to form a cascading wave, dotted with bursts of colorful labels. The resulting structure speaks to the inevitable waves of technology that render each successive generation of recordable media obsolete. The piece also aims to physically manifest the ephemerality of music as well as one man’s musical tastes, as represented by his personal record collection.

# GrooveStep – GrooveStep is a portable sample based step sequencer and that allows people to write music anywhere with the Nintendo DS. The first beta is out now!

# I Can Haas Stereo? Lolcat Reaktor Delay FX

Peter Dines writes:

Ladies, Gentlemen and Felines, I have created what is arguably the world’s first lolcat-powered Reaktor effect. I beg your forgiveness.

While working in Reaper I noticed it has a handy Haas effect plugin created in its native JS format. I thought I’d edit it to add some enhancements but decided I was too lazy to learn a new language right now, so I did it in Reaktor instead. It took minutes to throw together – the longest chore was finding, trimming and inserting the cheezburger cat graphic.

# FAKE presents: Pass the Dutch – Nice compilation featuring a track by rekkerd.org sample remix contest winner Jonas the Plugexpert.

# Best of Mother Earth: 1996 McDonalds Hamburger – I stopped eating at McDonalds a while ago. Not because I don't like the taste of their food, but because I don't like their business ethics much. This 12 years old burger makes me feel quite good about my decision.

# Mac anyone? New tracker on it’s way!

Seth Sandler writes:

For the last few weeks (with the help of my mentor Christian Moore) I’ve been working on porting over touchlib (the main tracker of the NUIGroup community) to openframeworks. A few reasons we chose to use openframeworks is because it’s (1) Cross-platform (it’ll work on windows/mac/linux), (2) It’s easy to add and develop on (minimal coding experience required).

If you didn’t catch that, this means we will have a new, full functional tracker that works on Mac! Many have been waiting for this! =)

Short links for September 25th, 2008

Tom's Diner by Monstro @ Flickr

Some interesting things I found recently:

# Toms Essay – Measure for Measure

Suzanne Vega writes:

In my last blog, I was discussing the idea of being a two-hit wonder, and wrote about the song “Luka.” The other hit AOL cited in its story (called “Two-Hit Wonders”) was “Tom’s Diner,” which was a hit for me in 1990. This wasn’t just a plain ordinary hit, if there is such a thing. To this day it is sticky with the modern issues of technology and copyright law.

What a lovely read. In the article Suzanne also mentions the Luka cover by the Lemonheads, one of my favorite covers of a Vega song ever. Nice to read that she liked it too, I wonder if Evan knows. (link via Synthtopia)

# 2 Addictive Drums Presets For You – Audio Geek Zine has uploaded 2 presets for Addictive Drum.

# ThinkGeek :: Electronic Drum Kit Shirt

We could do what those other supposedly geeky apparel companies do and print a regular t-shirt with a cool looking picture of a drum kit on the front… then say it was trendy, make a few Rock Band references and try to convince you to buy it. But we don't roll like that. At ThinkGeek we know you expect innovative new products and we're here to pony up the goods. So, how about an electronic t-shirt with a picture of an actual playable drum kit on the front? That's right. Hit the drums on this shirt with your finger and they play through the built in speaker… simple but amazing. With 7 different drum sounds you're ready for a personal drum solo on your chest.

Short links for October 7th, 2007

Some interesting things I bookmarked on del.icio.us on October 7th, 2007:

  • reCAPTCHA – Stop Spam, Read Books. This new captcha stops spam while digitizing books.
  • Mouthpiece – Pinhole photography with a twist by Justin Quinnell.
  • Wire & Twine – A group of designers, coders, screenprinters, photographers, artists, moms, dads, and down-to-earth people… Some excellent t-shirts available here.
  • Best Of Screensavers – Smashing Magazine lists some of the greatest screensavers
  • The Chronulator – The Chronulator starts life as a clock, showing the hours and minutes on two old-school analog panel meters. Dress it up to look like old test equipment, audio VU meters, or motorcycle gauges.
  • The ThinkGeek 8-bit Tie – It doesn’t get much geekier than this, does it?

I Heart Tripods

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I Heart Tripods is a remarkable site by Sonia Zjawinski, whose dog Lulu suffered bone cancer and had to undergo amputation of her left hind leg. After all the procedures (surgery and chemo treatment) Sonia had bills to pay, $10,000 worth of bills…

Sonia writes:

I put everything on my credit cards without thinking twice, but once the bills starting coming in I realized I needed a plan. I asked my awesome friend Eric Siry to design a logo to put on T-Shirts and tote bags. The goal was to eliminate my debt; the dream was to make more than I need in order to help other animals and their owners who cannot afford expensive procedures and treatments. We’ve reached our dream! But now we’re looking to sell even more shirts so we can start handing out checks to those in need. Buy something from the tripod store and show your support for all animals — four, three, two, and even one-legged!

I Heart Tripods T-Shirt designs
I Heart Tripods T-Shirt designs

So, if you want to support this cool project, just head on over to the Tripod store and buy something.

Link via core77

Design By Humans: high-end, unique t-shirts designed by artists from around the world

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Design By Humans logo

Design By Humans was created to showcase art on t-shirts and other clothing by some of the best creatives out there.

How does it work?
Artists from all over the world (you?) can submit their own designs. Winning designs are printed at Design By Humans and sold through their online store. To win, you need to get the most votes from the DBH community.

Design By Humans - some submitted designs
Design By Humans – some submitted designs

By submitting your designs you can win a przie in one of 3 continual contests, shirt of the day ($750), shirt of the week ($1000) and shirt of the month ($1750). To start things off they’re giving away a $5000 cash prize for the first winning design.

So check out Design By Humans to start submitting your designs and check out the shirts for sale.

If you like these type of t-shirts, make sure you check out Threadless as well.