Experimental and artistic: Scientific Skin

November 24, 2013 · Posted in Uncategorized 

A sound installation that uses the Touch Board to create a ‘scientific skin’ that responds to touch with sound.

“In early 2013 Sabine Seymour of Moondial approached us and asked whether we’d be interested in developing a piece of work which could live for three months in Vienna’s MAK Museum. We asked artist Fabio Antinori, designer Alicja Pytlewska to work with us to explore the relationship between interface, interaction, printing and sound. What we created was an interactive installation which invited visitors to approach and even touch three interactive screenprints. The output of the interaction was a generative soundscape which will continue to evolve as the piece is interacted with. The project was full of technical challenges whether it was pushing the Touch Board to work with 2M high sensors, large scale printing on Tyvek or most importantly, developing a graphical language that could tie the project together. Make sure to take a look at more photos of the installation here:
bareconductive.com/mak-fashion-lab-2-sci”

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Check out the Touch Board on Kickstarter!
kickstarter.com/projects/863853574/touch­-board-interactivity-everywhere

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