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Posts with «sculpture» label
Hive (2.0) is the second iteration of an interactive sound sculpture consisting of fifty speakers and seven audio channels. The sensors detect the proximity of people and Arduino manipulates audio according to it.
It was created by Hopkins Duffield, a Toronto-based collaborative duo exploring ways to combine both new and familiar mediums with artistically technological practices. In this work they used Arduino Uno together with Max 6 / Max For Live.
Check the video to listen to the sculpture:
Variations II of Variations II is a kinetic sculpture inspired by John Cage’s Variations series.
Cage’s Variations II is a graphical composition that generates musical events using measurements of distance between dots and lines on a piece of paper.
The instructions for the piece determine the behavior of rotating panels and images synchronized to be projected onto the sculpture. Motors drive the rotation of the panels, and are used as a sound source for the audio portion of this piece.
The artist Jay Kim has used C/C++, Arduino, MaxMSP/Jitter and some stepper motor to create his sculpture.
Watch the video.