Voice-controlled interactive installation

So I thought this was pretty cool. It’s an art installation that invites people to interact with it by using their voices and a microphone to control the noises and movements it creates. I think this could be a cool addition to concerts or large outdoor shows where people’s voices could be visually translated to make them not just participants but also creators of the show. And the fact that this installation incorporates both the physical and digital environments to create this experience is also quite interesting and exciting.

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  1. Frank Suarez-Milan
    Posted January 29, 2011 at 5:57 pm | Permalink

    I think the idea behind user interactive installations is quite evidently successful. Looking at this piece leaves me reminiscing about Nuit Blanche and their various interactive art installations. Great find.

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