Here are a few videos I found on the Internet that I am in. I think there are some more but these ones are interesting.
Our IoT / Machine learning guitar product, The Kurv, on Sky News. Also features the great folks at Abbey Road Red, and Titan Reality.
A talk I gave at the 2015 JUCE summit on my C++ audio library, maximilian.
That time I bought the Oramics Machine and sold it to the Science Museum. Thanks to Jo Langton, Rob Mullender and a bunch of other folks for their help
I feature in this film about Abbey Road Red, their technology incubator.
My Brain Computer Interface for Music. This ended up being a successful project. You can see a demo filmed by the BBC here. Lots of other people have since used the method for brain-based musical interaction, but this was the first.
Better Brain Interfacing for the Masses: Progress in Event-Related Potential Detection using Commercial Brain Computer Interface from Kiel Gilleade on Vimeo. I’ve spent quite a bit of time testing consumer Brain Computer Interfaces.
Internet of things meets cow toy.
Historically, I have had a research-led practice as a Live Audiovisual Artist, which wasn’t a very well defined field at the time (hence research-led). Here is an archive of audiovisual compositions/performances covering the period between 2001-2009.
Each one was performed live, with all audio and visual content being produced in real-time using bespoke audiovisual composition and performance software. This seems pretty obvious now, but at the time, it was quite confusing for people. I still occasionally get invited to play.
Excerpt from Delusions of Alien Control Pt. III, performed at Stench IV 2009
Excerpt from Revelation 6, 2006
Structure Interne, 2003
Third World Warhol, 2002
Beautiful Human canon, 2002
Video Synthesiser in PD/GEM, 2001 – test footage