Month: December 2020

Module Task 4 – Project Proposal

1.The Proposed Project: My plan is to develop a series of sensors which act as triggers in an escape room environment. I will be using real world experience for this and basing it off one of the escape rooms which is offered at an escape room I work in myself called Hacked. I want these…


Interactive – Buttons in Immersive Attractions

There are thousands of interactive attractions worldwide whether it be from haunted houses to escape rooms to attractions in the middle of nowhere that become well known. Despite however many attractions you’ve been to you’ll always be able to find a different and completely unique experience elsewhere. I’m going to start by looking at an…


Module task 3 – Max controller

For module task 3 we were tasked with making a controller that works in Max. To document this, I set up a sinewave with adjustable parameters in order to amend the sign wave with both the LDR and the Potentiometer so when each were activated the changed the reaction of the sinewave. If I were…


Laravel Music Library

Laravel is an open source web framework built in the PHP scripting language which allows for standardised and rapid development of web applications and systems. Due to its open source nature and the use of the PHP language that it is built on, it is able to be used to build projects of a wide…


Rocksmith

Rocksmith is a game for multiple platforms developed originally in 2011 by Ubisoft before being remastered in 2014. Rocksmith matches gameplay to Guitar Hero in the sense you have notes that appear on screen and you have to hit them in real time, the main difference with this game is that it requires you to…


Module Task 2 – MIDI Controller

For Module task 2 we had to create a MIDI controller that works with Ableton and functions as a useable controller. In order to achieve this, I completed the wiring up of the Teensy correctly and downloaded the Arduino patch on to the Teensy after checking all of the information was correct. From here I…


Raspberry Pi and Arduino Sound and Light Sensors

There’s are multiple types of sensors that work with both Arduino and Raspberry Pi from PIR motion sensors, sound sensors to light and proximity sensors. These have multiple uses and have been used on a majority of different projects from creating automation in haunted houses to creating full-on automated light shows at Christmas such as…