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Listening mirrors 1.0, at Fort Process Sound Art Festival
eventposted on 2023-06-09, 16:21 authored by Cecile ChevalierCecile Chevalier, Chris KieferChris Kiefer
Listening Mirrors is a sound art installation and instrument that promotes shared modes of musical expression for musicians and non-musicians alike. The instrument, in its construction and interaction design, investigates ways in which collective sonic expression can be made possible using Audio Augmented Reality technology (AAR) and acoustic mirrors, whilst exploring how such environments promote collaborative sonic expression. Listening Mirrors is composed of a virtual acoustic mirror (an IOS app built with OpenFrameworks, LibPD with bone-conduction headphones) and a parabolic acoustic mirror (built from aluminium metal sheets, piano wires and 3D printed joints, and brought under tension with double bass strings, bending each piano wire and aluminium sheet to form its parabolic shape), all networked and excited by transducers that stream sound from the real and virtual sonic environments.
Event date22 September 2018
Department affiliated with
- Media and Film Publications
Research groups affiliated with
- Centre for Research in Creative and Performing Arts Publications
- Creative Technology Publications
- Sussex Humanities Lab Publications
NotesFort Process is a one day sound art and music event that utilises the extraordinary resonant spaces of Newhaven Fort.
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