The Orange Lunchbox Brigade

the main

 - main page
 - about me
 - l.o.u.n.g.e.
 - r.e.t.a.r.d.
 - s.o.l. meter
 - s.c.r.e.a.m.
 - videos

the l.o.u.n.g.e.

 - overview
 - 2006 edition
 - 2007 edition
 - 2008 edition
 - control

the s.c.r.e.a.m.

 - main page
 - tech review
 - proposal
 - draft summary

the r.e.t.a.r.d.

 - overview
 - assignment
 - proposal
 - requirements
 - timeline
 - the core

the s.o.l. meter

 - overview
 - car modification
 - meter design
 - meter input

The s.c.r.e.a.m. (system for the creation of random electronic adaptive music) is a project which aims to create a method by which random music can be generated. The project is being undertaken by the Orange Lunchbox Brigade, a team of two Georgia Tech engineers: Ryan Curtin and Chad D. Kersey.

More information about the project can be found in the following subpages:

 - Technical Review Papers - technical_review_papers.php

 - Project Proposal - proposal.php

On April 25, The Orange Lunchbox Brigade gave its final presentation on the s.c.r.e.a.m. and its development timeline. The slides used can be found here.

 - Final Report - final_report.pdf

While the Spring 2008 semester has long since ended, development work continues on the s.c.r.e.a.m., albeit slowly and intermittently. A Trac instance has been set up for the development. Mailing lists have also been set up for project management and discussion.

 - Trac -

 - scream-devel mailing list -

 - scream-svn mailing list (for SVN commits) -

Anyone interested in developing for this project should feel free to contact The Orange Lunchbox Brigade.