Tag: programming

A Musical Instrument for the Cellular Age

I’ve just released an I’ve written, which makes a musical instrument out of your Android phone . It’s called SoundSurf, and it converts your hand-movement – or, in fact, the rotation of the phone – into a sound. If you know the old electric instrument called Theramin, this one’s quite like it.

You can use it to create weird stuff to add to your music. You can also use it to annoy your neighbors.

Get it here. It’s free!

Update: a new guerrilla ad I’ve created for the application, using merely a bit of imagination and some brute force upon my co-workers:

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Logo to the People

Thanks to my friends at Twitter, I’ve just discovered an online Logo engine. Logo is a simple graphic programming language, originally created, I think, in order to teach children the basic concepts of programming. And thus, easily and painlessly, I got rid of all the remains of my free time.

 


Run at logo.twentygototen.org


Run at logo.twentygototen.org


Run at logo.twentygototen.org


Run at logo.twentygototen.org

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