The eqkoscope (’17)
All my live visuals are generated in real time by the eqkoscope, a piece of software I’ve been developing since 2012. It is based on openFrameworks and is written in C++, with a bunch of GLSL shaders.
Digital video feedback and algorithmic visual generation
Lazer and DMX interfaces
Video mapping (with auto-calibration)
The system allow for versatile live setups.
I use MIDI control surfaces as well as innovative I/O devices,
such as leapmotion and kinect, OSC touch controllers…
This is free software, the source code is available on my Github repository.
Wave Suite (’16)
The Wave Suite is a set of software used to mix audio in immersive environments, such as 360° or headphone setps (Wave Field Synthesis, Ambisonics, Binaural). It was created while I was working at Sonic Emotion Labs, Paris.
The suite features:
Multi source mixing solution, for both live (show control) and studio applications. It comes with a set of Max4Live plugins for a full integration with Ableton, and Lemur patches.
Creation of speaker setups, fine-tuning and test sequences for acoustic systems.