Lucy Matchett, Nicole Yi Messier, and Joselyn McDonald (Snax_and_Macs) hooked up vibration sensors to an openFrameworks sketch to manipulate different components of the generated digital output.
We used Arduinos, vibration sensors, resistors, and a paper mache sculpture.
What you need to get started:
5 1 Megaohm resistors
4 vibration sensors
Paper mache sculpture
Arduino and Processing Applications
Firmata Library for Arduino and Processing
SpaceBrew Library for Processing & openFrameworks
Step 1: Open openFrameworks sketch
2. Make sure the spacebrew openFramework libraries are downloaded. Follow the instructions here to do so.
3. The sketch is set up to read all 5 analogue readings from arduino.
4. To use these values in the sketch, place them in the draw value where ever you please. To map them, manipulate the int scale (scale = ofMap(sensor0, 0, 100, 1, 25);).
*In our code, we are manipulating the z-scale value of the output (code: ofScale(1,-1,scale);). The image is output of the sketch.