Drumtable uses the conglomeration of sand particles as a non-volatile, yet unstable memory and as an interactive medium. In the absence of other external factors, the arrangement in the sand can render the audio sequence until the pattern described in the sand is changed. The interaction functions by detecting the contrast differences between the sand zones and the backlit surface. The resulted signal is sent through the midi protocol of any software that can command the launch of an audio sample.
Client: Rokolectiv Festival, 2013
Tags: Experiment, Installation, InteractiveView Project
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