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The Rational Keyboard is an HTML5 web app demonstrating a consonance model in just intonation. It’s kind of like a piano with infinitely many keys (one for each rational number) that move around and resize based on what sounds good.
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In 2012 an incredible light and sound installation in Berlin had a giant chestnut tree conducting its own music! Installed by the Federal Environment and Nature Conservation (BUND) and BBDO Proximity Berlin, a series of geometric forms glowing with LED lights were arranged under the landmark tree. As the chestnuts naturally fell from above, their impact on the shapes below would activate sounds composed by Gang of Berlin and Ketchum Pleon PR.
To promote the new Old Spice scent Danger Zone, Old Spice Muscleman Terry Crews does what no man has ever done before—play a drum set using nothing but his flexing muscles. In addition to watching his historically important muscle-powered performance, users also have the ability to use their keyboards to control Terry’s muscles and create and share their own muscle-powered musical creations.
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With this stylish little program you will control the time shift on a Drum ‘n’ Bass Track. In addition to this, you could make the MP3 play backwards. The visuals will put you in an altered state of consciousness without the use of drugs. This work is part of the Acromatic Simplicity series, a sequence of simplistic interactive works and videos.
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16 Pillars is an interactive light- and sound installation which reacts to the movements of its audience. The installation registers movements in the room and processes these with the aid of special software. Within this software the audience is walking through a virtual puddle of water which they disturb just like a pebble in a pond. The waveforms that are created by this disturbance are translated into sound and made visible by moving patterns of coloured light.
An interactive sound environment by Vera-Maria Glahn und Marcus Wendt. The Orbiter invites visitors to reach for the stars and play their music!
The AudioCubes are a collection of wireless intelligent light emitting objects, capable of detecting each other’s location and orientation, and user gestures, and were created by Bert Schiettecatte. They are an electronic musical instrument which is being used by electronic musicians for live performance, sound design, music composition, and creating interactive applications in max/msp, pd and C++. The AudioCubes are an example of a Tangible User Interface as well as an ambient device.