Le corps numerique dans l'espace publique

Le corps numerique dans l'espace publique

Je suis un microcontrolleur

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Physical Computing

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Scripted & scripting artists

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Et si on devient une machine?

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http://pads.ustensile.be/w/microcontrolleur.md

Microcontrolleur?

Ils sont partout.. Les puces:

Atmel

Microchip

Zoom

Les controlleurs - plusieurs tailles - formes - standards

Version relativement petit

Version papier

Version schematique

Ultramini Kinetis KL03

IoT

IoT

Internet of things

Plateforme Open Source?

- Arduino Un projet (aleatoire) Arduino

Version schematique

  • pouvoir communiquer avec un microcontrolleur IDE

Mais, ceci n'est pas une introduction Arduino

Capteurs? Actuators? Sentir le monde physique et (re)agir

Quelques capteurs

Capteurs

Art & Physical computing

Raphaël Bastide: Révisable 1

http://raphaelbastide.com/revisable/1/

Instructions:

https://github.com/imalorg/revisable-1/blob/master/INSTRUCTIONS.md

Alvin Lucier: I am sitting in a room

for voice and electromagnetic tape.

Necessary Equipment:
1 microphone 2 tape recorders amplifier 1 loudspeaker
Choose a room the musical qualities of which you would like to evoke.

Attach the microphone to the input of tape recorder #1.

To the output of tape recorder #2 attach the amplifier and loudspeaker.

Use the following text or any other text of any length: "I am sitting in a room different from the one you are in now. I am recording the sound of my speaking voice and I am going to play it back into the room again and again until the resonant frequencies of the room reinforce themselves so that any sem- blance of my speech, with perhaps the exception of rhythm, is destroyed. What you will hear, then, are the natural resonant frequencies of the room articulated by speech. I regard this activity not so much as a demonstration of a physi- cal fact, but more as a way to smooth out any irregularities my speech might have." Record your voice on tape through the microphone attached to tape re- corder #1.

Rewind the tape to its beginning, transfer it to tape recorder #2, play it back into the room through the loudspeaker and record a second genera- tion of the original recorded statement through the microphone attached to tape recorder #1.

Rewind the second generation to its beginning and splice it onto the end of the original recorded statement on tape recorder #2.

Play the second generation only back into the room through the loud speakerand record a third generation of the original recorded statement through the microphone attached to tape recorder #1.

Continue this process through many generations.

All the generations spliced together in chronological order make a composition the length of which is determined by the length of original statement and the number of generations recorded.

The versions in which one recorded statement is recycled through many rooms.

Make versions using one or more speakers of different languages and in different rooms.

Make versions in which, for each generation, the microphone is moved to different parts of the room or rooms.

Make versions that can be performed in real time.

Lucier Lucier Daphne Oram

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fAxHlLK3Oyk http://www.ubu.com/sound/lucier.html

Version Antonia Baehr

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mngBRKEw-Ws

  • Antonia Baehr: Lachen - rire

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v1KCEAJH6HQ

Antonia Baehr

Sophie Calle: Les Dormeurs

Calle

Calle

Calle

(1979): The artist asked friends to sleep in her bed in eight hour shifts. She documented their stay and noted “important” aspects of their visit, as well as what they ate that day. “I asked people to give me a few hours of their sleep. To come and sleep in my bed. To let themselves be looked at and photographed. To answer questions. To each participant I suggested an eight-hour stay. I contacted 45 people by phone: people I didn’t know and whose names were suggested to me by common acquaintances, a few friends, and neighborhood residents whose work called them on to sleep during the day (the baker, for instance.) I intended my bedroom to become a constantly occupied space for eight days, with sleepers succeeding one another at regular intervals. Twenty-nine people finally accepted. Of these, five never showed up: an agency baby-sitter and I took their places. Sixteen people refused either because they had other commitments or the thing didn’t agree with them. The occupation of the bed began on Sunday, April 1, at 5 p.m. and ended on Monday, April 9, at 10 a.m. Twenty-eight sleepers succeeded one another. A few of them overlapped with each other. Breakfast, lunch, or dinner was served to each depending on the time of the day. Clean bedsheets were placed at the disposition of each sleeper. I put questions to those who allowed me—nothing to do with knowledge or fact-gathering, but rather to establish a neutral and distant contact. I took photographs every hour. I watched my guest sleep.” (Sophie Calle, No. 1: First Works by 362 Artists, pp. 70-1)

Embody the Microcontroller - The washing machine

Machine a laver Microcontrolleur Machine a laver Schema Machine a laver

We will be a washing machine

Quels capteurs et actuateurs? Qui devient quoi?

Pseudo code Machine a laver

On ecrit le script pour notre performance

On se présente et on joue

Votre mission - les contraintes & préréquis

  • se définir - se présenter
  • deux capteurs
  • deux actuateurs
  • un élément répétitif - loop
  • au moins une répétition
  • perpétuel ou pas?
  • détourner une machine/IoT existante
  • ça doit devenir visible - perceptible
  • plusieurs rôles sont possible, si c'est vraiment nécessaire

13/03 - mettez la documentation de votre script en ligne - filmer l'execution du script - mettez a disposition

20/03 - debrief en forme de speedating - tout l'info pour la journee des portes ouvertes