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A quick app I put together this morning as a response to Todd Vanderlin’s AR scratching ( ). The app uses the accelerometer of the ipod touch to control the speed of a ‘vinyl record’ on the ipod screen. Slowing down the record and speeding it up is just a matter of controlling how fast you spin the device.

Made with openFrameworks.

Next up scratching!
Track is Full Clip by Gang Starr.

Thanks to Zach Gage’s excellent ofxALSoundPlayer class!

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Posted on April 27, 2009


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Source code: linked below



Grab it here (itunes link):

Or search for Fat Tag on the App Store

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Posted on April 9, 2009


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A simple graffiti tagging app with accelerometer based dripping paint.
Will update as soon as it has been approved and is available on the app store.

Update: The apps been approved - grab it here: (itunes link) – or search for Fat Tag on the app store

Source code for project: . If you want to compile and run the code on your device – read some of the guides posted here.

Double tap to clear.
Hit triangle tab to change paint / background color.

Supports multiple strokes.

Feedback welcome!

A Free Art & Technology project.
FFFFFAT LABS / Muonics 2009
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Source Code will be posted soon of course :)

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Posted on March 28, 2009


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After enjoying everyones wicked mixes (loving evan’s and fru’s 08 mixes) I felt it was only right to throw up a mix minutes before 2009.

As I was putting the tracks together I realized that 90% of the music I have been listening to in 2008 was Three Six Mafia – so here is a good representation of my musical year in 2008 – a mix of all 36 tracks.

Most of these were discovered via the 36 player so some of the mp3 are of questionable audio quality. Hope you like it – it starts a little gangster and ends a little horror.


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Posted on December 31, 2008


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