NOMNOM: The Video Machine (version 2.0)
An ITP (NYU) project by Mint Woraya Boonyapanachoti & Dodi Dror Ayalon
NOMNOM: The Video Machine allows you to play videos YouTube as music samples, and sync them like a DJ.
Powered by an Arduino, NOMNOM controls the playback of videos presented on a web browser.
By pressing a button on the controller, the correlated video is being played on the screen and heard through the speakers.
The videos are being played in sync with one another.
Only the videos that are being played, are being heard.
On its first version, The Video Machine controller offers four functions:
- Repetition - Affects The number of times a video is being played during a single loop (1-4 times).
- Volume - Affects the volume of the selected video.
- Speed - Changes the speed of the selected video.
- Trim - Trims the length of the selected video.
To play videos, just populate the
/videos folder with 16 video files (preferably short, 2 second ones), and name them
1.mp4, 2.mp4, 3.mp4, ..., 16.mp4.
The physical controller was designed and build by Mint Woraya Boonyapanachoti & Dodi Dror Ayalon.
All code was written by Mint Woraya Boonyapanachoti & Dodi Dror Ayalon.