Tunable Sound Cloud 1.0_LookingOutwards4

by sarah_keeling @ 2:36 am October 11, 2011

Tunable Sound Cloud 1.0 was created by Fishtnk and responds in real-time to in-comming sounds to enhance the “acoustic performance” of a space. The piece consists of 3 parts; a sound absorption layer above, an acoustic chamber in the middle and finally the sound reflective surface. I like the some what twitchy movement of the sound reflective surface and it seems to resemble breathing at some points. I think this piece would be interesting at an even larger scale to encompass the ceiling of a room.

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