A New Installation Turns Movement Into Audiovisual Experience

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Design studio Schnellebuntebilder's installation Mirror turns visitors' movements into otherworldly sounds and visuals.

The studio explains, "This installation analyzes the movement of the user and transform sound and visuals in the very same moment. A MAXMSP-Patch is analysing the head and limb-positions and generates 3d-sound-scapes (binaural) in order to boost the immersive experience. Depending on the agility of the user the audio-visual journey is told faster or slower and is connected tightly to every movement and noise happening."

Mirror uses Kinect and Ocolus Rift. Watch it in action below. (via The Creators Project)

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