David Merrill “mapped the output of a real-time face-tracker onto the parameters of an audio effects processor” in his Facial Control for Electric Guitar project. Short video after the jump.

A modified real-time head-tracker communicates via a TCP/IP socket connection to a custom server program. The server manages the mapping of sensed gesture onto control messages, which it sends to a guitar effects processor via MIDI messages

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David Merrill “mapped the output of a real-time face-tracker onto the parameters of an audio effects processor” in his Facial Control for Electric Guitar project. Short video after the jump.

A modified real-time head-tracker communicates via a TCP/IP socket connection to a custom server program. The server manages the mapping of sensed gesture onto control messages, which it sends to a guitar effects processor via MIDI messages

[via w-m-m-n-azipped]