An interactive installation which aims to create a sonic representation of stars and constellations 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 analyzed 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 transformed into: frequency (Hz), amplitude (dB), duration (ms). The project has been developed using Arduino, Leap Motion and Max7.
Thierry Fournier Sous-ensemble installation (2015) Lille Renaissance festival, September 26, 2015 to January 17, 2016 In a space similar as a recording studio, the presence of the visitors makes appear, one by one, the sounds of the instruments of a symphony orchestra during its tuning – until a complete reconstitution when a group is present.
Playful and poetic installation, You are Here… Somewhere Else is a monumental device urban interactive maps, a journey that begins under your feet, in your neighborhood, and takes you into the stars. Come to the game of video projected lights, symbols, details and videos where space moves in a fun and interactive human mapping.
A max patch which uses video (or static images) to spatialise audio in 3 dimensions and affect parameters of granular synthesis, filters and volume.
spatium, a set of modular software tools for sound spatialization.
Jamoma is an international and open-source project defined as a platform for interactive art-based research and performance.
HiS is a system capable of detecting the position of the listener through a head-tracking system (based on faceAPI optical tracker by Seeing Machine) and rendering a 3D audio environment by binaural spatialization.
Authors: Matthew Ritchie with Aranda/Lasch and Arup AGU
The Morning Line is a groundbreaking experimental project by Matthew Ritchie designed with architects ArandaLasch and Arup AGU, commissioned by Thyssen-Bornemisza Art Contemporary.