Member Since: August 4, 2009

Country: Canada



Miles Thorogood is a practicing sound artist and researcher at Emily Carr University, who builds software and hardware technologies for adaptive and interactive artwork systems. Miles has worked with Australia’s CSIRO in the development of projects to facilitate physical connection over computer networks, The Australian National University and the Canberra Rep Theatre 3 in the development of interactive immersive environments. He has been involved across disciplines as a freelance media artist and creative and technical consultant with Canadian and international media artist


Interaction and sound director


Fruition Labs

Spoken Languages

music notation

Programming Languages

C, C++, Python, ObjC, Java


CSIRO Australia, Western Front-Vancouver, Banff New Media Centre


Australian National University


Sound design, algorithmic models, interaction design


Interaction and game deign, tinkering, tennis, new music



Thorogood, M. “Chatter and Listening: A Wireless Multi-node Sound Sculpture”, 2007, Australian Computer Music Conference, Canberra, Aust, 2007. Florian Floyd Mueller, Gunnar Stevens, Miles Thorogood, Shannon O Brien and Volker Wulf. 2007. “Sports over a Distance”. published in Personal and Ubiquitous Computing. Springer London. O'Brien S, Miles Thorogood, F. Mueller, 2007, “Jogging the Distance”. Proceedings of CHI 2007, San Jose. Thorogood, M. “Algorithm Gadget”, 2006, Proceedings of Australian Computer Music Conference, Adelaide, Aust, 2006. Thorogood, M. Florian ‘Floyd’ Mueller, Networked Physical Communication, 2005, CSIRO ICT Conference 2005, Sydney, Aust, Nov 2005.

  • ha ha, I have been using the 5V pro mini with the 128 chip previously. The new pro mini 5V I received has the 328 chip installed. So all I had to do was select Duemilanove w/328.

  • Also having trouble uploading sketches to the pro mini 5V. I have been selecting the Arduino Diecimila and tried uploading from an old NG board (chip removed) and a 5V ftdi breakout, with no results. Is there some work around?

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