Saturday 10:00 – 18:00 at PST
NET SEQUENCER is a Puredata patch that generates different sounds and graphics with an “ip sequencer”. Network traffic is captured by puredata pcap external, and each network traffic packet is analized. An ip sequencer generates a different bang for each network traffic protocol (ip, tcp, udp and icmp), and the sound system has an assigned sound for them The “music” (or noise) is generated by a sequencer based on IP network traffic, so as we surf the web, download a file, read email, etc a sound is generated and all traffic together compose a “song” in real-time. Visitors can generate the sound by browsing the web, or generating ip traffic from the computer.
Jordi Sala Serra, 1979, Mataró (Barcelona), Computer Network engineer, working as a System Administrator at University of Vic (Barcelona). He researches and experiments on open technologies, both hardware and software, and how to relate them to each other. He has developed and participated in various projects and workshops based on Pure Data, Arduino, Processing, vlc and icecast.Specializing in Pure Data, which include work such as development of PCAP, cutre_reactable, znet_sequencer or AirCity He has exposed in:Pure Data Convention 2011, held at the Bauhaus University Weimar (Germany) August 2011. Nits Digitals (Electronic Arts Festival) Vic (Barcelona) November 2011