As part of my masters thesis I developed an audio-visual instrument using the Processing programming language and Max/Msp. The instrument was based off research done by John Whitney, who developed a system for creating patterned animations called “Differential Dynamics”. Differential Dynamics operated using the principles of musical harmony and I explored this further in my thesis work by adding a corresponding audio component which controlled the visuals in real time. I have linked the full thesis work below for any of those interested in reading more .
Postcard: Exhibition work that involved interactive control over just tuned systems in Max/Msp that subsequently affected Processing animations. These animations were based on work of John Whitney Sr. The Exhibition took place on the 16-17th of August 2018 in the CHQ building in Dublin.