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Dan Matutina (M, 39)
Metro Manila, PH
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I'm Dan Matutina, a designer/illustrator from the Philippines. I'm fascinated by simple lines, shapes and textures. Aside from illustration and design, I love creating web projects & experiments. My first love was Science.
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  • twistedfork’s project
    Proposal for a multimedia...
    A musical mindstorm on the nature of sound, light, space and subjective experience powered by locally produced energy, heralding the ending of the...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.

    Pixelh8 is a popular chiptune musician from the UK. He makes music by reprogramming old computers such as ZX spectrum, Commodore 64, Game Boy among others. I'm really fascinated in how me mixed music and play. I've tried setting up my own chiptune emulator from the various downloadable software in his site. It's really nifty.

    His recent project is even more interesting, he calls it Childhood Remixed.

    Childrens’ toys are often seen as transitional objects that let the child gain mastery of the world around them. Paradoxically “Childhood Remixed” seeks to re-purpose the toys of Pixelh8’s childhood with the skills and understanding of the world he has as an adult. By rewiring, re-purposing and re-using them he will essentially be remixing his own childhood to form an orchestra of automated toys and interactive instruments.

    He also createad a real time musical toy sequencer.

    Thu, Apr 22, 2010  Permanent link
    Categories: toys, music, chiptune
    Sent to project: Proposal for a multimedia playground
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