Jesse Kriss has developed a “custom patch in the open source software Processing that translates live scratching on a turntable to real-time visuals” — which produces a colorful screensaver-type effect. Watch after the jump.

Very cool, and you could use the same idea to accomplish many other kinds of projects; the Ms. Pinky control record he uses has been employed in everything from custom, vibrating furniture to art installations involving tree trunks.

[via MAKE]

Jesse Kriss has developed a “custom patch in the open source software Processing that translates live scratching on a turntable to real-time visuals” — which produces a colorful screensaver-type effect. Watch after the jump.

Very cool, and you could use the same idea to accomplish many other kinds of projects; the Ms. Pinky control record he uses has been employed in everything from custom, vibrating furniture to art installations involving tree trunks.

[via MAKE]