Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Lumenoise | Niklas Roy

Lumenoise is a light pen, which turns your old CRT-TV into an audiovisual synthesizer. You paint abstract geometric patterns and sounds directly onto the screen. It is a playful and performative device, as anything that you do will cause an instantaneous reflection in the gadget’s sonic and visual output.
More information about Lumenoise

Niklas Roy

Monday, 17 June 2013

Hand Cave Painting Sonified | Dara O Shayda

Each image and subsequent image processing are left as nature and untouched as possible. All sounds from clicks echoing in a cave, to the voyage, to the chant are produced from the said images and nothing else.
Dara O Shayda

Found at: microsound discussion list

Friday, 14 June 2013

Sonic Water | Elfenmaschine

The installation is very simple: A sound signal is used to vibrate a speaker. On top of the speaker membrane we have applied a plate and on the plate we have then glued an ordinary bottle cap. The bottle cap (or the whole plate) is filled with water. The water works as a flexible three-dimensional sculpture mass, that translates the sound into pictures. The vibration of the speaker creates one of a kind water-sound-images in response to the respective sound impulse - from chaotic patterns to standing mandala-like waves.
Sonic Water

Found at: Creative Applications Network

Wednesday, 12 June 2013

Laser Sound Scans | Peter Van Riper

The Laser Sound Scans, as he called them, were musical compositions translated to laser pulses and recorded on a rear projection screen by a digital camera. Although simple, they are among the most beautiful pieces he produced.
Gene Mchugh, "Peter Van Riper: Between Holography and the Avant-Garde".

Peter Van Riper

Found at: Rhizome