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Evan Grant – Making sound visible through cymatics

July 28th, 2011 // 2 Comments // Posted by Andrea

Evan Grant works with cymatics, the art of visualizing sound, and is the founder of the arts and technology collective seeper. He is exploring natural user interaction and universal computing to create multi-sensorial experiences and memories.
He is really inspiring especially in this talk, there are really just a few people who go deeper in sound science, and how sound effects our minds and body. I will search for more of these kind of articles to show how important sounds for each of our single cell in our body is and how sounds has a certain impact on materials.


ReacTable goes ReacTIVision

July 9th, 2011 // No Comments // Posted by Andrea

PWRT The Psychoeconomy War Room Table from Gustavo Romano on Vimeo.

I know the ReacTable is nothing new, but since last year it is an opensource project.
So it’s your turn to follow the instructions and build your own with your own specifications and desires.
On Vimeo you can see all the creative and technical digital output of the people.
So if you are into programming and you are searching for a new digital sound interface, you can build your on table.

channel on Vimeo

reacTIVision on sourceforge

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