Last night at the NEW INC showcase, we spied Philip Sierzega and Emilie Baltz‘s Cotton Candy Theremin, which uses the candy floss-maker’s movements to trigger sounds and visuals. When asked what software they’re using, Emilie told me it uses Max/MSP, Ableton, and Cinder. The photo above is from Creators Project.
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