Latteier says he wants to share his fascination and create something beautiful that speaks to people on multiple levels. You can buy it at the app store for $3.99.
Back in 2004, Latteier created Call of the Wild, a series of cellphone audio tours of downtown Portland parks. It was a wonderful idea; simple and effective. Everyone has a cell phone. The free audio tours focused on plants and animals in downtown, contrasting them to their human cohabitants.
Sound artist Ethan Rose brought Portland City Hall to life with a symphony of hums, boops and other vocal ticks.
Synchronized Ipods provided each performer with a set of distinct instructions that guide their vocalizations and movements throughout the rooms, stairwells, and alcoves of City Hall.
TouchOSC (above) is an iPhone/iPad app that lets you send and receive Open Sound Control messages over a Wi-Fi network. It allows to remote control and receive feedback from software and hardware that implements the OSC protocol such as Abelton Live.
Projection Mapping projects a modeled 3D object onto a the facade of a building. DJs and VJs may find the iPad has lots of limitations, as a stand alone device. But they can control laptops running Ableton, Serato, Traktor, VirtualDJ or VDMX.