humanwire releases eyeCandy, collaborative, real-time generative visuals
Baltimore, MD Â humanwire released eyeCandy under the MIT Open Source License. eyeCandy allows multiple people to create generative visuals using a web interface accessible via mobile phone. Download of eyeCandy and more information is available here
See It Live
This software has been used at the Four Hours of Funk dance party at Windup Space on two previous occasions to a positive reaction from both audience and musicians.
On Sept. 19th, this project, along with other interactive technologies, will be used at Gallery 788 during an event called the Endorphin Party. Music will be performed by Bliss (Friends Records, Baltimore), Hallowed Bells (Philadelphia) and DJ G (Baltimore).
humanwire is a sole proprietorship operated by Brian Rayburn in the mission to create interfaces to modern technologies, allowing everyone to benefit from technological progress.
To learn more about eyeCandy, humanwire, or the Endorphin Party
contact: Brian Rayburn mobile: (443)Â995Â5037 firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com twitter: @humanwireio, @bgrayburn