Videos are in chronological order, newest to oldest. Note: I don't have the videos referenced in my thesis available online, but if you're interested, drop me a line.
Ashitaka Performance at Sound Thought 2008
The sole performance of the Ashitaka instrument. In addition to the instrument itself, I created a shirt with LEDs which would light when I squeezed the force sensors on the interface.
Ashitaka Improvisation 1
An improvisation with the Ashitaka instrument, showing how my gestures relate to the instrument's output.
Ashitaka Improvisation 2
An improvisation with the Ashitaka instrument, giving a better view of the instrument's visuals.
Ashitaka Prototype 3
The prototype closest to the final instrument.
Ashitaka Prototype 2
Silent prototype of an early version of the Ashitaka instrument.
Ashitaka Prototype 1
The first version of the Ashitaka instrument. The motion of the instrument's 'quads' would gradually paint the background, which would eventually tend to white.