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Still looking for teams for KIKK Kontest

We are still looking for teams to participate to KIKK Kontest, a 24h non-stop multidisciplinary kontest taking place on at the venu of the festival and lasting during the whole event. 

There are more than 6000 € worth of prizes to win; a trip to Resonate Festival in Serbia, Adobe Suites, Wacom tablets, 500 € in cash, 1 year of Mobile Vikings phone membership with data, and many more… Register now!


A few places left for Friday's workshops

We have a few places left for the 3 workshops taking place on Friday 9th of November: Musical Experimental Board, 3D Wall Printing and Noisy Jelly. So hurry up if you want to get your seat in one of those very creative workshops! They are all happening at the same time so you can only register for one. Follow this link to register.


Call for Candidates for the Kontest

Registrations for KIKK Kontest are now open to students and professionals.

If you are a designer, webdeveloper, mobile developer, photographer, illustrator, sound designer, digital artist, installations creator or expert in any other field linked to the digital, KIKK Kontest is for you! 24h to create a project and present it in front of a prestigious jury.

Click here to register now.

Noisy Jelly Workshop

Noisy Jelly Workshop

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R. Pluvinage & M. Cauvard

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Noisy Jelly Workshop

Noisy Jelly is a interactive game in which people can make their own electronic music instruments out of jelly. Everyone knows that Jell-o jiggles, but now we know that with the right technique and electronics, we can manipulate the movement and shape of jelly with finger contact and audio signals. 

Why have conventional jelly when you can have jelly that makes music? Raphael Pluvinage and Marianne Cauvard, final year students at French design school ENSCI Les Ateliers, had that unusual thought, and teamed a jelly-making process with Arduino add Max/msp, to create a game where the player has to cook and shape his own musical material based on colored jelly. The game board acts as a sensor, and the variations of the jellies' shapes and their salt concentration, the distance and the strength of the finger contact are detected and transformed into an audio signal.

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