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Saturday, April 27 • 2:00pm - 2:45pm
Two Ways To Get Bitstreams From Human Performers

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Max Mathews used to observe that the fastest bit rates that could be controllably emitted by humans come from two places: the fingers, and the vocal articulators. In this talk Miller Puckette will consider some examples of what you can get out of hands and mouths, taken out of context and considered purely as information streams.

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Miller Puckette

Professor, University of California, San Diego
Miller Puckette is known as the creator of Max and Pure Data. As an MIT undergraduate he won the Putnam mathematics competition in 1979, but finished his PhD at Harvard in 1986. He was a researcher at the MIT Media Lab from its inception until 1986, then at IRCAM, and is now professor... Read More →

Saturday April 27, 2019 2:00pm - 2:45pm EDT
Club B10