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Post by samrai katt kovboy » Sun Feb 10, 2013 4:38 am

looks really cool havent tried it yet because i am afraid-
but this week for sure there will be pixivisor time!
hope to see some ghosts somewhere in there!

MR NIGHT RADIO YOU ROCK AND I FORGIVE YOU FOR TAKING TIIME FROM SUNVOX FOR COOL PROJECTS LIKE THIS!


the sun was piercing my eyes and i looked away but the moon stared at me right through...
SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO MANY CIRCLES

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Post by NightRadio » Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:04 pm

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Post by NightRadio » Sun Feb 10, 2013 8:12 pm

One day PixiVisor and Pixilang will be joined with SunVox.
I believe it

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Re: pixivisor

Post by gilzad » Wed Feb 13, 2013 7:49 pm

You are actually able to transmit a greyscale GIF with 10fps over audible frequency ranges in real time!? I saw that horse-riding-video being transmitted and it was well recognizable on the receiver.

How much of audio bandwidth do you need for it to work? Since an external transmission (speaker to microphone) is possible, how much of that audio-signal has to remain transparent to make this work? If there is no phase rotation, maybe the information is not even sensible to lossy audio compression!

I think PixiVisor can be so much more than an artistic tool.

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Post by NightRadio » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:36 pm

You are actually able to transmit a greyscale GIF with 10fps over audible frequency ranges in real time!?
Exactly :)
How much of audio bandwidth do you need for it to work?
Actually we need something like 600 - 22050 Hz for PixiVisor.
It is simple pixel by pixel transmission (progressive scan) with sampling frequency of 44100. Without any additional filtering.
I think PixiVisor can be so much more than an artistic tool.
That would be great.

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