Soundplotter

[img_assist|nid=25|title=|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=80|height=80]Experimental design via sound input.
No matter if you want to scream, sing or simply leave a quiet note the Soundplotter as an interactive concept translates sounds into a three dimensional object. Via the programming language `Processing´ the volume of a sound can change the size of a body in real time. At a high volume the object gets bigger.

This is the principle that the Soundplotter vases are generated with. They are built in layers, at which the single layers display the course of time during the recording. So sounds can be captured and messages translated into 3d files and by means of rapid prototyping transformed into a real object abstractly.
Project in Co-operation with Johanna Spath.
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