7:00 - 7:15 Light Dinner and Lightning Demo by Alex Hwang http://soundweaver.info/
7:15 - 7:30 Introduction and Announcements
7:30 - 8:45 Talk by Max Goodman
8:45 - 9:00 Q&A
This talk will demonstrate a method of dynamically filling <audio> tags by generating raw base64 wave data URIs on the fly. We'll then discuss and implement some simple audio synthesizer techniques, and use them to generate live iterative music. Along the way, we'll also talk about the science of sound, Mozilla's extended audio API, HTML5 games, and cool things people are already making with dynamic audio in JS.
Max Goodman is an energetic, hat-wearing 20-year-old JS hacker who escaped Portland, Oregon to work at Meebo. He is passionate about music and blending the lines between code and art.
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0 · March 11, 2011
Alex Hwang gave the intro, he was very informative and had a cool interactive demo from a Google code camp. Fred Sauer gave the next demo, (http://allen-sauer.com/com.allen_sauer.gwt.game.hornetblast.HornetBlast/HornetBlast.html), using GWT and sounds he found at http://www.freesound.org/. Max gave the third demo, and he was amazing. Very enthusiastic, very knowledegeable, and he did a lot of prepwork for the preso. He wrote the html5 code for the slides he presented, which had embedded executable code in them(github.com/chromakode/pow). Max rocks, and his and his demo makes a computer rock.
excellent --- and presented by a very enthusiastic presenter
0 · March 10, 2011
This meeting's presentations were each excellent. It is very helpful to actually step through code. Awesome ! Presenters were knowledgeable, informative, organized, we could hear them, we could see the slides, we could follow the logic and bask in the coolness.
Really good presentations.
2nd preso free music link http://freesound.org1st preso Cool music game link 13 year old free Music game http://soundweaver.info/
This meeting's presentations were each excellent. It is very helpful to actually step through code. Awesome ! In some synchronicity, when i walked into the Kiev building, three googlers were playing a Beethoven piano sonata on piano, violin, cello. So the evening was all music, from classical to uber-modern.
1 · March 10, 2011
2nd presentation http://allen-sauer.com/com.allen_sauer.gwt.game.hornetblast.HornetBlast/HornetBlast.html
0 · March 9, 2011
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