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Flight 404 (est. 1999, USA)

Robert Hodgin (b. 1972, USA) is the creator of flight404.com, an online archive for his projects in Flash, Processing and C++ which has been running since the late 1990s. He was a founding partner of the Barbarian Group. He has received numerous awards for his work and lectures nternationally. He works extensively with Processing and C++, creating responsive and interactive visuals.

Solar, November 2009 edition (Original February 2008)
Solar is a sound-responsive work. Using a combination of the open-source computer programming
language Processing and beat detection, sounds are picked up via the microphone and translated
into visual representations in real time. Your voice is translated into a moving animation, the audio
waves represented in the glowing orb in the centre of the screen.
Software (Processing)
Courtesy of the artist, Andrew Bell and Amit Pitaru

Flight 404 | Design Studio
Courtesy of the artist

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