First version of “Into the Void”, a series of audiovisual installations exploring physical structures creating light and shadows with immersive audiovisual spaces. A array of triangles is placed on the floor, each one has a LED strip on the back which are connected to an Arduino.
Heart Beat Harmony is a 3-dimensional interactive LED sculpture for 12 simultaneous users interacting with heartbeat sensors .
An interactive installation which aims to create a sonification of stars and constellations data through a dedicated interface. Since there’s no sound in space, I wanted to to conceptualize a link between electromagnetic and sound waves allowing visitors to learn about specific stars through sound information. Two players can use the system at the same time, by moving their right hands over the two black, circular sensors. The data rendered for each star are: temperature (color index: red star = old and cold, blue star = hot and young), brightness (as seen from Earth), distance (from Earth) respectively mapped into: frequency (Hz), amplitude (dB), duration (ms). The project has been developed using Arduino, Leap Motion and Max7.
Created an interactive environment for participants to explore using their body as the controller for a fully immersive experience.
100,000 Lux is a fusion of science, visual art and sound design that transformed the exterior of the University of Abertay’s Centre for Excellence building into a mesmerising display of LED lights and generative audio.
This public art installation transforms the parking garage of the new Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts (Kansas City, MO) into an instrument of light and sound, a complementary venue to the performances at the Center.
Developed for the T, a circular glass building located in the center of Cagliari, Tlight is a permanent interactive installation obtained through the use of LED panels on the top floor of the building. light’s panels change color and intensity depending on the traffic noise, on outside temperature and on many other sensor system.