Adrian Freed (Research Director) will give a brief overview of CNMAT research

David Wessel (CoDirector) will present his many touch instrument and briefly describe the new Berkeley parallel computing lab (

John MacCallum will present CNMAT's 120 element Spherical Loudspeaker with various beam forming and musical applications.

Adrian Freed will demonstrate some new IDE-free microcontroller programming techniques using OSC that are part of a project to substitute Arduino/Wiring for more modern, rapid prototyping techniques.
He will also show some music and general gestural controllers and other DIY projects using fiber fabric and malleable materials.

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Friday, December 5, 2008, 2:00am to 4:00am
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ADrian Freed