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== Stephanie's Final Project ==
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== Stephanie's Final Project: Mood Circles ==
Please don't edit my page, but you can click "edit" above and copy and paste the source for this page into your own page to help you out.
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[[Image:Mcircle1.PNG|right|frame|The Interface]]
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=== Description ===
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Mood Circles is a user interface built upon the idea of moods. It has a panel of mood circles on the bottom that are all associated with a number of songs that evoke that mood. After clicking on a mood, a larger display of the mood will display, and you have the options to click on "play," "stop," "previous," and "play."
  
=== Description of Project ===
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The songs are chosen mostly based upon lyrics, concentrating on title name and the types of words that appear in the songs.
  
With some text.
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=== Download Mood Circles ===
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The code was written in Processing and in ChucK. In order to download processing, go to http://processing.org/download/index.html. In order for the messaging to work between Miniaudicle and Processing, you need to go to: http://www.sojamo.de/libraries/oscP5/. Put the osp5 folder in your processing folder, preferably where your sketches are held, and it should work.  
  
* And some bullet points
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You can download the code here: http://www.princeton.edu/~stzeng/MoodCircle.zip.
* Here's another
 
  
=== This is another subsection ===
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Unfortunately, this processing application is very heavy and thus will make your computer run very hard. I would suggest that you add the shred first for the chuck file and THEN run the Processing code. Make sure that the downloaded songs are stored under the correct path under a folder named "Songs."
  
[http://www.google.com with a link off the wiki]
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When clicking on "previous," or "play," you should click "stop" first.
  
[[PLOrk_spring2008 | and a link on the wiki]]
 
  
=== What to include on your project page ===
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[[PLOrk_spring2008 | Link back to the main wiki]]
* A description of your project
 
* Your code
 
** If it's short, you can make a new page for it like [http://wiki.cs.princeton.edu/index.php/Poly_demo.ck this one]
 
** Or, if there's a lot of it, put it in a .zip file so that people can upload it.
 
*** We suggest: put it in your public_html directory on your network drive, then make a link, e.g. to http://www.princeton.edu/~yourname/yourfile.zip. Let us know if you need any help!
 
* Instructions on how to run your code
 
* A sound (or video!) recording of your piece, if possible
 
** See directions above on putting it on your network drive and linking to it
 

Latest revision as of 11:07, 13 May 2008

Stephanie's Final Project: Mood Circles

The Interface

Description

Mood Circles is a user interface built upon the idea of moods. It has a panel of mood circles on the bottom that are all associated with a number of songs that evoke that mood. After clicking on a mood, a larger display of the mood will display, and you have the options to click on "play," "stop," "previous," and "play."

The songs are chosen mostly based upon lyrics, concentrating on title name and the types of words that appear in the songs.

Download Mood Circles

The code was written in Processing and in ChucK. In order to download processing, go to http://processing.org/download/index.html. In order for the messaging to work between Miniaudicle and Processing, you need to go to: http://www.sojamo.de/libraries/oscP5/. Put the osp5 folder in your processing folder, preferably where your sketches are held, and it should work.

You can download the code here: http://www.princeton.edu/~stzeng/MoodCircle.zip.

Unfortunately, this processing application is very heavy and thus will make your computer run very hard. I would suggest that you add the shred first for the chuck file and THEN run the Processing code. Make sure that the downloaded songs are stored under the correct path under a folder named "Songs."

When clicking on "previous," or "play," you should click "stop" first.


Link back to the main wiki