An Up Close Look At Microsoft’s Xbox One

shockleewebpic_xboxoneOut this week, Microsoft’s new Xbox One is a gaming system, set-top box, PC, Blu-ray player and universal remote all wrapped into one that comes 8 years after its predecessor, the Xbox 360.

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A Ring To Control Your Software: The Hot Hand Wireless MIDI Controller

shockleewebpic_hothandmidicontrollerThis cool new ring device from Source Audio is a wireless USB MIDI controller with a motion-sensing accelerometer that you can use to control your DAW or live-performance software while creating in the studio or performing live.

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[NYC] Thurs. October 17th: Ableton Advanced Users Meetup — RSVP & Come Network!

shockleestorypic_AA_POSTCARDSQ_10_13The next installment of our Ableton Advanced Users Meetup is taking place on Thursday October 17th, the same day AES kicks off in NYC. This is also the very last meetup for 2013 so don’t miss this last chance to catch up on all the audio buzz. Featuring guest hosts and resident presenters Hank Shocklee, Ben Casey from Tekserve and Brian Jackson from Devotion Learn alongside some dynamic and fun presentations from very special guests.

Get in on the action and RSVP now!

We’ll be live streaming it here 7:00-9:30 EST / 4:00-6:30pm PST / 1:00-3:30 CEST – tune in & join the chat!

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Maya, The Pixelated Girl

Shockleewebpic_mayapixelatedgirlIn South West England in the city of Bristol, there is a little girl at the Temple Meads train station standing on the platform. At first glance, you might wonder if she is alone or lost but as you move closer in her direction, you might think your vision is going as she appears to look distorted…and pixelated.

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Livestream Today’s Ableton Advanced Users Meetup – Live From Tekserve

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Stream The Ableton Advanced Users Meetup Live from Tekserve RIGHT HERE!
7:00-9:30 EST / 4:00-6:30pm PST / 22:00-00:30 CEST – tune in & join the chat!

Follow the Ableton Advanced Users Meetup on Facebook or TechCampNYC on Twitter for group updates!

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Join Us Thursday May 9th For The Ableton Advanced Users Meetup

shockleewebpic_AAeventlogogenericRSVP NOW for the next Ableton Advanced Users Meetup taking place Thursday, May 9th at NYC’s Apple specialist super store, Tekserve. Hosted by TechCampNYC with hosts Hank Shocklee and Ben Casey, regrouped and fresh off our massive, super packed Official Live 9 & Push Preview event last month, this next meetup is NOT TO BE MISSED. Our May 9th gathering will feature a wicked list of Ableton Live ninjas and performers.

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The Leap Motion Controller Might Soon Replace Your Mouse

If you thought Microsoft’s Kinect was cool, here comes the next frontier of gestural technology. The Leap Motion Controller is a motion-control software and USB connected hardware piece that plugs into your computer to allow physical human/computer interaction.

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Imogen Heap Explains & Demonstrates Her Musical Controller Gloves

Imogen Heap explains the controller gloves that she’s developed to use as a human interface for her live performances in this newly released video from her presentation at a 2012 Wired Magazine event. The hybrid controller/instrument gloves are controlled via gestural user interface, hacked Xbox Kinect and Ableton. Via a series of learned gestures, she can loop, sample, control instruments, reverb, pitch and the like.

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Quantum Force V By Martin Stebbing

Quantum Force V is a fun, new experimental particle video by Martin Stebbing created with the softwares 3dsmax, Krakatoa, Realflow, Quantum Force and Brekel Kinect Pro PointCloud.

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The V Motion Project: Music Made Through Movement With Kinect + Ableton

Take a look at this very cool performance project using Kinect and Ableton that was brought together by Assembly, creative agency in New Zealand.

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