For my Data Rep final, I am comparing the position of Mariah Carey’s hand to the note that she is singing and re-imagining her melodies as if played by an invisible theremin. See here for my initial post.
Work has been coming along well. This past week, I completed my two data collection tasks: track her hand and identify frames in which she begins singing a note.
My recent assignment for Redial, called “Il Telefono di Pavarotti” (add or remove Os as you wish), transforms the screams of us mere mortals into the rich tenor bellow of one Luciano Pavarotti. Just turn up your volume, visit the website and call (360) 215-1975. Once your Pavatar appears, scream!
Here’s what the classroom sounded like when I presented it last week (thanks to Aaron for being documentation-minded):
This was built with the help of Chris’s Tinyphone library.
And some bonus content! A by-product of having extracted Pavarotti’s B4 from eight videos: